Project Plan

I Installed System Center 2012: Now What?


System Center 2012 is Microsoft’s all-encompassing systems management suite, consolidating eight previously separate products into one: Configuration Manager, Service Manager, Orchestrator, App Controller, Operations Manager, Endpoint Protection, Data Protection Manager, and Virtual Machine Manager. System Center 2012 as a whole can help you configure and manage applications, services, computers, and virtual machines in your enterprise. In this project plan, you’ll be introduced to the suite and its licensing structure, learn about each individual product and how it can benefit your environment, and then dive deeper into those components for a more exhaustive tutorial.

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Introduction


System Center 2012 Suite
by Orin Thomas

Understanding System Center 2012 Licensing
by John Savill

Understanding System Center Orchestrator 2012
by Orin Thomas

Top 10: New Features in Virtual Machine Manager 2012
by Michael Otey

Understanding App Controller 2012
by Damir Dizdarevic

Understanding System Center 2012 Data Protection Manager
by Jason Buffington

Understanding System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
by Orin Thomas

What's New with System Center 2012 Service Manager SP1
by John Savill

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Working with System Center 2012


System Center 2012: Private Cloud for the Masses?
by Sean Deuby

Enabling the Private Cloud with System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012
by John Savill

10 Steps to Migration: Configuration Manager 2012
by Peter Daalmans

Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2012 Dashboards
by Cameron Fuller

Microsoft System Center 2012 SP1 Virtual Machine Manager User Roles
by Damir Dizdarevic

Using Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager for Updates
by Kent Agerland

Getting Started with System Center 2012 Orchestrator
by John Savill

Getting Started with System Center 2012 App Controller
by John Savill

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