A new Microsoft Virtual Academy Jump Start it is on its way. This time on focus will be Windows Azure Pack. I would like to recommend to attend this Jump Start or at least watch it later when it is available later. Details: Continue reading “MVA Jump Start: Windows Azure Pack: Infrastructure as a Service”
You’ve probably seen this event announced on other fellow bloggers or Twitter but to make sure that you will not miss it I am announcing it also. Even if this is not your area of interest I suggest visit the event. Continue reading “Software-Defined Networking with Windows Server and System Center Jump Start”
There is a new course on Microsoft Virtual Academy title System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager Management Pack and created by Brian Wren (Mr. MPAuthor). It may sounds that this course is more for developers but I can guarantee you that everything you learn on it will be helpful to you as an IT Pro. Check the course. I’ve already did it.
ITIL may sound as a boring topic but I cannot stress enough how important is. It is not needed to know it to the detail you just need to know enough to do your work which depends on your position. There is a ITIL course on the MVA titled System Center 2012 R2: ITIL for IT Pros which is the right amount of ITIL information to get started and very good presented. Even though I am ITIL certified I’ve still watched it as there is always something new and useful you can learn. Check it out as soon as you can.
My friend Pete will be leading two day MVA course. For those who haven’t find out this you can register:
This June 18 Jump Start will be a scenario-based, bottoms-up approach to designing and building our private cloud on Windows Server 2012 and incorporating the full spectrum of System Center 2012 SP1 components.
MVP Pete Zerger and Microsoft Sr. Technical Evangelist Symon Perriman will focus on bringing a greater understanding to key topics related to the fabric – such as virtual networking, leveraging the storage and networking capabilities of Windows Server 2012, and creating service templates in VMM and on the Service Manager CMDB as we move up the management stack. Additionally, you will learn how the service-catalog comes together to deliver an intuitive self-service experience in a step-by-step approach that will address many common questions.
This June 20 Jump Start is a continuation of Day 1 and will focus on successfully monitoring and managing ongoing operation of a private cloud environment.
MVP Pete Zerger and Technical Product Manager Matt McSpirit will provide examples of how to integrate Windows Azure IaaS into our private cloud to deliver hybrid cloud capabilities in System Center 2012 SP1, explain how to develop hybrid cloud self-service scenarios in System Center 2012 App Controller and in the System Center Service Manager Self-Service Portal, and demonstrate full integration of private and public cloud with ITIL.