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.
Aidan Finn outlines the different ways businesses can use Microsoft Azure Backup.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of System Center Configuration Manager and you can download it now from MSDN and VLSC.
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.
With barely a moment to pause and reflect on last week’s epic Build 2015 conference in San Francisco, Microsoft has set up shop in Chicago this week for its inaugural Ignite conference, which replaces TechEd.
Although the news earlier this week might have been dominated by Windows 10, Microsoft has also started releasing information on the next versions of Windows Server and System Center, as well as details on how Windows 10 can be managed using System Center Configuration Manager and Windows Intune. Windows Server and System Center A post appeared on Microsoft’s Server & […]
Need to learn the basics of managing Hyper-V? Aidan Finn gives us the run-down on the most important Hyper-V management tasks.
Aidan Finn serves up a wish list of the top features and improvements he’d like to see in the next version of Hyper-V.
Aidan Finn takes a look at Proximal Data AutoCache, a product that boosts read performance of virtualization storage for Hyper-V and vSphere.
Our series on Hyper-V DHCP Guard and Router Guard concludes with how to enable those features in existing VMs and with System Center Virtual Machine Manager.
Waffling over virtualization options? Check out this op-ed comparison between WS2012 R2 Hyper-V and VMware vSphere 5.5 from the Hyper-V perspective.
Download the free Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter 2.0, and learn what it can do for you and your business!