Some of you will recall my recent post about the usefulness of System Center Capacity Planner. I think we have an answer to the question of whether or not it’s a useful tool or if it could be more useful if extended to the ISV partner community. Microsoft has just made the following announcement regarding its end-of-life:
System Center Capacity Planner Has Been Discontinued.
Microsoft System Center Capacity Planner (SCCP) is formally being discontinued, effective immediately, as it no longer supports the current versions of Microsoft applications it was designed for. The most recent version, SCCP 2007, is no longer available. No new versions of this standalone capacity planning tool, as well as any new or updated application capacity planning models, will be developed.
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