you should save the 10th December 2015 in your calender’s. My friend Thomas Maurer is presenting some cool Scripting Stuff for Hyper-V together with Altaro. 🙂
Click here to register for the event.
System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) provides some great automation benefits for those organizations that can afford the hefty price tag. However, if SCVMM isn’t a cost effective solution for your business, what are you to do? While VMM certainly makes automation much easier, you can achieve a good level of automation with PowerShell and the applicable PowerShell modules for Hyper-V, clustering, storage, and more.
Are you looking to get grips with automation and scripting?
Join Thomas Maurer, Microsoft Datacenter and Cloud Management MVP, who will use this webinar to show you how to achieve automation in your Hyper-V environments, even if you don’t have SCVMM.
Remember, any task you have to do more than once, should be automated. Bring some sanity to your virtual environment by adding some scripting and automation know-how to your toolbox.
Die Rachfahl IT-Solutions GmbH & Co KG freut sich der deutsche SCU Ambassador zu sein und präsentiert Ihnen hier alles Wissenswerte zum diesjährigen Warm-up Event.
Veeam offers a free studieguide for Microsoft Exam 74-409 Server Virtualization with Windows Server Hyper-V and System Center.
You can find it here.
Source: Microsoft Press
You can download the free ebook here.
Welcome to Microsoft System Center: Optimizing Service Manager. We (the authors) all work with systems management at Microsoft and believe that the Microsoft System Center suite is one of the most integrated suites on the market for this purpose.
Microsoft System Center 2012 Service Manager is the only product that can integrate across most of the System Center suite and Active Directory. Service Manager is a fast and reliable product that can create and maintain a dynamic service management database to enable interaction across the organization, both inside and outside the IT department, making it a very compelling product to many organizations.
Over the last several years, more and more customers have implemented Service Manager, either independently or via Microsoft or a partner. Sometimes the project and product implementation are not as successful as they should be. Our objectives with this book are to provide you with a framework for planning and delivering a successful Service Manager project and to share some of our experiences and best practices when it comes to optimizing and maintaining your Service Manager environment.
This book is written with three different roles in mind: business and technical decision makers; IT architects; and Service Manager administrators. You can either read this book in its entirety from A to Z, or you can follow one of the learning paths below depending on your role:
Business and technical decision makers:
Chapter 1 Business reasons to choose Service Manager
Chapter 2 Deployment costs and non-IT usage
Chapter 3 How to plan for Service Manager
Chapter 4 How to prepare for a Service Manager installation
Service Manager administrators
Chapter 5 Management packs
Chapter 6 Optimizing the Service Manager environment
Chapter 7 Service Manager configuration and customization
Microsoft put the videos to prepare for Exam 74-409 (Server Virtualization with Windows Server Hyper-V and System Center) online. Enjoy watching and good luck with the exam.
Here you can find the MVA course.
If you need a voucher to take the exam for free, you can request it here. The voucher will be valid until 30th of June 2014.