System Center 2012 Self-Study Guide (Part 3 – System Center Configuration Manager)


With part-3 of this series, I finally turn to one of the most important products of the System Center suite.  This is System Center Configuration Manger, or SCCM.  SCCM has been around since the 90s in one form or another (remember Systems Management Server?).  Since the early days of SMS, System Center Configuration Manager has evolved to be a very popular tool used by global enterprises to manage their IT infrastructures.  With System Center 2012, SCCM continues to improve, as the study material below shows.  Because SCCM is such a big product and so much material is available for it, this post will focus exclusively on it and the study materials related to it.

System Center Self-Study Guide (Part 3 – System Center Configuration Manager)

Top-level link for System Center 2012 is: http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter

Microsoft Virtual Academy

Videos and Webcasts

Podcasts

 Virtual Labs

 Articles/Documentation

Useful Websites

Useful Blogs

Forums

Comments (7)

  1. Anonymous says:

    That is a valid point about Russ Slaten's blog.  I have removed it from the list.  Thanks for the helpful feedback!

  2. Confused says:

    System Center WebLog by Russ Slaten hasn't been updated since 2010… why is this listed as a useful blog for System Center 2012?

  3. Marcus says:

    you just got some mad props. jc hornbeck linked you. 🙂

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