System Center Technical Preview

System CenterAlong with the Technical Previews of Windows 10 and Windows Server, Microsoft has made the Microsoft System Center Technical Preview available for download. The Microsoft System Center Technical Preview delivers unified management across on-premises, service provider, and Microsoft Azure environments, thereby enabling the Microsoft Cloud OS.

System Center offers exciting new features and enhancements across infrastructure provisioning, infrastructure monitoring, application performance monitoring, automation, backup and IT service management.

The preview is focused on cloud based solutions and available for testing now are the following components: Orchestrator, Operations Manager, Data Protection Manager, Virtual Machine Manager, and Service Manager.

You can download the System Center Technical Preview from MS Evaluation Center.

For a preview of Configuration Manager, our favorite piece in the puzzle, we will have to wait until sometime in early 2015.

 

Microsoft has also released VHD files for each of the above mentioned products available in the current Technical Preview. These can be used to easily boot a virtual machine to start testing more quickly, retain custom settings, and allow you to start from a scratch installation if you need to.

Here are download-links for the VHD’s

Data Protection Manager
Operations Manager
Orchestrator
Service Manager
Virtual Machine Manager

 

Ps.
Don’t miss blog post from the SCCM Team about Windows 10 enterprise management with System Center Configuration Manager and Intune.

Lämna ett svar

E-postadressen publiceras inte. Obligatoriska fält är märkta *

Deploying Windows To Go

Windows To Go lets you to boot and run Windows 8 (Enterprise) from a USB stick as well as allowing you to connect to your corporate infrastructure from that image.

ConfigMgr 2012 Right Click Tools

This is a collection of SCCM 2012 right click tools. http://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/2012/05/07/config-manager-2012-right-click-tools/

Microsoft Announces Windows 10

Earlier today in San Francisco Microsoft officially announced the next Windows version, previously codename Windows Threshold, and surprised just about everybody by naming it Windows 10 (and not Windows 9