This topic is about the evolution of Virtual Machine Manager.
First we used the Microsoft Hyper-V release 1 manager in our datacenter with each virtualmachine it’s own LUN’s (fiberdisk)
In this picture below is a service roll in Windows 2008 Enterprise Server.
Had this roadmap pic on my desktop and i wanted to share it with you.
VMM 2012 features deep investments in server application virtualization, service design and service modeling all of which can be used to efficiently offer an on-premises private cloud. This is not the SCVMM of yesterday. It is packed full of new and exciting features! Continue reading “SCVMM 2012 Beta Overview”
Just found the download page for the 2nd beta for System Center Configuration Manager 2012.
Check it out here.
Anyone working in the ICT or having any related job for that matter, can’t deny it: things are changing. Much is to be found and told about the cloud and what it can do.
The cloud comes in many shapes and formats, like IaaS, Paas & SaaS. Also the formats can be different, like public, private, hybrid and community based. Even though this blog isn’t about the cloud, there is no doubt that it will affect SCOM as well. The question isn’t when nor why but more like how?
The first steps in moving SCOM into the cloud have been made. What started under codename ‘Atlanta’ has been rebranded into Microsoft System Center Advisor (SCA).
What it does? For now it does NOT deliver real time monitoring like SCOM. Taken directly from the website: Continue reading “SCOM in the cloud??”
Enterprise systems management is changing, so the tools you use must change as well. System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), the stalwart management solution from Microsoft, is following that trend.
One of the biggest changes—at least within SCCM—is the shift toward User Centric Management (UCM). This Continue reading “Microsoft System Center: The New Look of SCCM”
Microsoft released CU4 for SCOM 2007 R2.
From the KB notes:
Cumulative Update 4 for SCOM 2007 R2 resolves the following issues: Continue reading “System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 Cumulative Update 4”
everyone, a date has come and passed, and we wanted to make sure readers of this blog were aware of it. As of January 11th, 2011 ConfigMgr SP1 Support has ended. The most current Service Pack organizations should be on to remain fully supported is Service Pack 2. Continue reading “Configuration Manager 2007 Service Pack 1 End of Support”