Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF) 4.0 provides relevant, practical, and actionable guidance for today's IT pros. The free, downloadable framework encompasses the entire IT service management lifecycle, providing organizations with the knowledge to seamlessly blend business and IT goals while establishing and implementing reliable, cost-effective IT services.
MOF Extended Guidance These extensions to MOF function as practical additions to the lifecycle guidance outlined in the framework. They’re intended to help align IT and business goals, enabling organizations to perform IT-related activities effectively and cost-efficiently.
MOF Technology Library This series of reliability workbooks provides the knowledge, specific tasks, and schedules needed to keep Microsoft technologies running smoothly so IT can deliver the services an organization expects.
New! Managing and Operating a Private Cloud guide now available! You’ve created a private cloud, and everything seems to be up and running. But, how do you know it’s running well and that you’re getting the most out of your investment? This guide will show you how to manage and operate a private cloud so that you can maximize its benefits.
NEW! Service Management for the Private Cloud This white paper from our sister team, MOF, will help you take advantage of service management principles to maximize the benefits of the private cloud. Apply service management to get several benefits out of the private cloud, such as elasticity, scalability, automation, and reduced time to market.
New MOF Guide—Now Available for Download The Microsoft Operations Framework team is pleased to announce that the Managing and Operating a Microsoft Private Cloud—How to Apply the Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF) guide is now availa...
MOF in Multiple Languages Did you know that MOF materials are also available in Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Japanese? Because MOF is licensed with a Creative Commons Attribution License, anyone can take the materials and...
Issue with Event ID 5038 Hi
we have 10 servers (windows server 2008 standard) in that 4 servers Event logs really showing with bad eventID 5038
please anybody respond to my two questions
a) due to which reason this EVENT ID ...