Held in Wellington on Wednesday 2 and Thursday 3 May, and in Auckland on Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 May, Microsoft’s launch of System Center 2012 is the perfect opportunity for you to learn about the future of cloud computing and how it relates to your organisation.
You can register for the event here.
There’s no disputing that the cloud computing model is becoming increasingly prevalent in IT – both in our personal and working lives. This free two-day event is suitable for members of organisations looking to learn about the latest developments in this space, and how to make the most of their IT infrastructure, now and in the future.
Microsoft’s private cloud solutions are built with an eye to what’s next, and Microsoft believes that whether it’s today or years from now, you are going to need more from your IT infrastructure.
Come and hear topics and discussions from the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) where System Center 2012 was launched last week.
Sessions covered will include:
- Getting started with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
- Service delivery and automation
- Application management – configuring and deploying applications in private and public clouds
- Lessons learned building the Microsoft private cloud
- Building private clouds with Windows Server “8”
- Optimising SQL Server for private cloud
- An introduction to Windows Azure and how to deploy and manage applications on the Azure platform
In the ‘Lessons learned building the Microsoft private cloud’ you’ll hear from myself and Bevan Sinclair – another Intergenite – about what we learned throughout the process of building some of the demonstrations for the Microsoft Management Summit, all of which were based on the Microsoft Private Cloud, using Windows 2008 R2 and System Center 2012.
Register for the Wellington and Auckland events here. If you have any questions about System Center 2012, or can’t make it to the launch but would like more information on System Center 2012, please let me know: email@example.com.