System Center 2016 was released with Windows Server 2016. As usual, if you want to manage the new Server operating system, then you need to have the latest version of Microsoft’s infrastructure and services management suite.
This post will discuss the recent announcement that Microsoft has added support for backing up VMware virtual machines using System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2012 R2.
Learn how you can get a handle on mobile device management with this overview of Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite and Microsoft Intune.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of System Center Configuration Manager and you can download it now from MSDN and VLSC.
With Configuration Manager “vNext” expected by the end of the year, Microsoft has begun explaining how it has changed this product to accommodate Windows 10.
Microsoft released Update Rollup 7 (UR7) for System Center 2012 R2 about 1 month ago. Read why it’s probably safe to deploy this update now.
Need some help with service delivery? Learn how to create custom Service Manager portal offerings and scope these to specific user groups in this post.
Want to understand how a cloud can help scale applications at will? Check out this intro to learn how Virtual Machine Manager service templates for more!
Check out Microsoft’s free online service System Center Advisor. Get to know how it works and about its architecture and integration with Operations Manager.
In this quick overview learn what configuration items can do for you, as well as how to create a configuration item in Service Manager.
Learn to document your System Center 2012 – Orchestrator flows using the free Orchestrator Visio and Word Generator tool. Find out how in this post!
In this post, discover the steps to establish the configuration item synchronization between Operations Manager and Service Manager to extend the CMDB.
The inbox Service Manager activities in Orchestrator are limited. Learn to leverage PowerShell to create an activity that will enhance your inbox offerings.