System Center Cross Platform Solutions

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System Center Cross Platform Solutions are open source add-ons for System Center products to enable management of heterogeneous enterprise infrastructures. Current solutions include support for managing Linux and UNIX operating systems using System Center 2012 Operations Manag...



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