Last chance to sign up for the UK System Center launch event


Click here to register for the event titled “Manage your core infrastructure from Desktop to Data centre”


The event takes place on the 15 January 2008 from 9am until 5pm in London.


The details of the event are as follows:




A new style of launch event from Microsoft – multiple presenters demonstrating live through real environments how System Center – including the three new products to be launched this Autumn – provides integrated management of IT infrastructure, desktops, servers and devices, both physical and virtual.



The sessions focus on 3 topical IT areas:


·         Virtualised environments


·         Desktop deployment and management


·         Defining a backup strategy for data across Sharepoint, Exchange, and SQL



For each area, the presenters review with the audience in a highly interactive format the key challenges, how System Center helps you to address them, and what else you need to consider.


You will gain a full understanding of how System Center – specifically Virtual Machine Manager, Configuration Manager, Data Protection Manager and Operations Manager – works together with the underlying Windows Server platform including technologies such as Powershell and key applications such as SQLServer, Exchange and Sharepoint to deliver effective management answers to current IT issues.


Timings
08:30-09:15 Registration


9.15 – 9.30 Introduction


9.30 – 11.15 – Managing virtualised environments with System Center


11.15 – 11.30 Break 


11.30 -13.00 – Data protection management for SQL, Exchange, and Sharepoint with System Center


13.00 – 13:45 Lunch


13:45 -15:15  Desktop deployment and management using System Center 


15:15 Break


15:30 – 16:45 Desktop deployment and management using System Center continued and Q&A


16:45 – Close


 

Comments (3)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Richard,

    Sadly NO – BUT I’m in Manchester RIGHT NOW and will be presenting Data Protection Manager tomorrow – are you going to join us?

    Thanks

    Steve

  2. Richard says:

    Is this one likely to come to Manchester? (Please say yes! 🙂 )