Last week we announced the release of our newest free eBooks on:
- Microsoft System Center: Deploying Hyper-V with Software-Defined Storage & Networking
- Microsoft System Center: Software Update Manager Field Experience
- Azure Automation: Microsoft Azure Essentials
We’ve compiled them here in this article…
Microsoft System Center: Deploying Hyper-V with Software-Defined Storage & Networking
When you’re looking at testing a new IT solution – such as implementing a software-defined datacenter that includes virtualization, networking, and storage – the best starting point is always to get advice from someone who has already done it. You can learn from experience what to do and what to avoid. That’s the idea behind this book. We’ve gone through the work of deploying Windows Server, Microsoft System Center, and the innovations that Microsoft Azure has brought to these technologies. Our goal is to give you the step-by-step benefit of our proof-of-concept implementation to save you time and effort. And we want to show you how you can take advantage of innovation across the datacenter and the cloud to simplify your infrastructure and speed delivery of services to the business.
Microsoft System Center: Software Update Manager Field Experience
Ever since the advent of the Internet, security has been a concern for all users whose computers are vulnerable in the "biggest computer network in the free world." Because Windows is the most popular operating system for organizations and individual consumers, Microsoft has also always been particularly concerned with security. To address security concerns, Microsoft first introduced the Windows Update capability with the launch of Windows 95…
Azure Automation: Microsoft Azure Essentials
This ebook introduces a fairly new feature of Microsoft Azure called Azure Automation. Using a highly scalable workflow execution environment, Azure Automation allows you to orchestrate frequent deployment and life cycle management tasks using runbooks based on Windows PowerShell Workflow functionality. These runbooks are stored in and backed up by Azure. By automating runbooks, you can greatly minimize the occurrence of errors when carrying out repeated tasks and process automation.
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