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White paper: Is Operations Manager still relevant?

June 17, 2015 Leave a comment

This was directly stolen from Cameron Fullers post on ‘SystemCenterCentral’ just trying to help get the word out on this new white paper.

With Microsoft so focused on the cloud, it causes concerns about the future of technologies which many of us live and breathe on a daily basis. To tackle this topic I have written a whitepaper which looks at Operations Manager and its futures from a variety of angles to answer the question: “Is Operations Manager still relevant in the world of the cloud?

Highlights of this whitepaper include:

  • A history of Operations Manager and what conclusions we can draw from that history
  • Cloud first, mobile first, and it’s impacts on System Center
  • The Microsoft Operations Management Suite and how it compares with Operations Manager
  • Monitoring available within Azure, and solutions to monitor Azure
  • The Cloud Platform Stack, WAP, and Azure Stack
  • Architecting Operations Manager to run in the cloud

To find out the answer, check out the new whitepaper available for download at:https://www.savision.com/free-whitepaper-mvp-cameron-fuller-tackling-elephant-room-opsmgr-still-relevant-cloud

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Software-Defined Networking with Windows Server and System Center Jump Start

Two half-days – Wednesday July 16th & Thursday July 17th – 9am-1pm PST

Software-Defined Networking with Windows Server and System Center Jump Start

Free online event with live Q&A with the WAP team: http://aka.ms/WAPIaaS

IT Pros, you know that enterprises desire the flexibility and affordability of the cloud, and service providers want the ability to support more enterprise customers. Join us for an exploration of Windows Azure Pack’s (WAP’s) infrastructure services (IaaS), which bring Microsoft Azure technologies to your data center (on your hardware) and build on the power of Windows Server and System Center to deliver an enterprise-class, cost-effective solution for self-service, multitenant cloud infrastructure and application services.

Join Microsoft’s leading experts as they focus on the infrastructure services from WAP, including self-service and automation of virtual machine roles, virtual networking, clouds, plans, and more. See helpful demos, and hear examples that will help speed up your journey to the cloud. Bring your questions for the live Q&A!

Register here: http://aka.ms/WAPIaaS

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The Windows Azure Pack (WAP) team is looking for some Feedback!

June 17, 2014 Leave a comment

This is going to be a link heavy post on all things WAP. The Building Clouds blog folks at (http://blogs.technet.com/b/privatecloud/) are putting out the word that they are looking for customer feedback on the WAP. Make suggestions and vote on the best suggestions.

The Feedback Link is http://feedback.azure.com/forums/255259-azure-pack

TechNet Link for WAP http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn296435.aspx

WAP Wiki http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/20689.the-windows-azure-pack-wiki-wapack.aspx

Forums Discussion WAP http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsazure/en-US/home?forum=windowsazurepack

Just trying to do my part on getting the word out!

Scott Moss

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