System Center Configuration Manager v.next Overview<br />Bill Anderson & Jeffrey Sutherland<br />Lead Program Managers<br ...
Pillars of the Release<br />Modernize our infrastructure and core components<br /><ul><li>Redesigned hierarchy and SQL Ser...
Automated content distribution
Client Health improvements and auto-remediation
Redesigned admin experience and role-based security model
Native 64-bit and full Unicode support</li></ul>Embrace user-centric management<br /><ul><li>Provide a rich application ma...
Allow the administrator to think users first
Provide the end user a fitting user experience to find/install software with
Allow the user to define their relationship to applications</li></ul>Continue to improve throughout the product<br /><ul><...
Automated settings remediation (DCM “set”)
Consolidated and expanded mobile device management
Improvements to OS Deployment and Remote Control
And much, much more…</li></li></ul><li>Embracing User-CentricEnd-User of the Future<br />Tomorrow&apos;s End-User is FAR M...
System  vs. User-Centric <br />Systems Management of Today<br /><ul><li>Targeted at the device
Explicit and action-based
Software deployment is a glorified script execution engine
Optimized for systems management inside the firewall
Optimized for tight IT control, minimal end user involvement</li></ul>User-Centric Client Mgmt of Tomorrow<br /><ul><li>Ta...
Implicit and intent-based
Software deployment is about delivering the right app in the right way to the right user under the right condition
Enable the user to be productive anywhere and anytime
Maintain IT control while balancing the needs for end user empowerment </li></li></ul><li>Embracing User CentricAdministra...
Embracing User CentricEnd-User Promises<br />“A Fitting End-User Experience”<br />Self-service application web portal<br /...
User-centric Software Delivery<br />Bill Anderson<br />Lead Program Manager<br />System Center<br />Demo<br />
Pillars of the Release<br />Modernize our infrastructure and core components<br /><ul><li>Redesigned hierarchy and SQL Ser...
Automated content distribution
Client Health improvements and auto-remediation
Redesigned admin experience and role-based security model
Native 64-bit and full Unicode support</li></ul>Embrace user-centric management<br /><ul><li>Provide a rich application ma...
Allow the administrator to think users first
Provide the end user a fitting user experience to find/install software with
Allow the user to define their relationship to applications</li></ul>Continue to improve throughout the product<br /><ul><...
Automated settings remediation (DCM “set”)
Consolidated and expanded mobile device management
Improvements to OS Deployment and Remote Control
And much, much more…</li></li></ul><li>Administrator Experience<br /><ul><li>MMC replaced with System Center UI Framework
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The next release of Configuration Manager is coming! For over a decade, Systems Management Server and Configuration Manager have been used by thousands of customers and partners to deliver classic management capabilities to clients and servers. As we enter a new generation of IT end users, the System Center flagship product is evolving. In this session we present our vision for user-centric client management, and demonstrate Configuration Manager 2007 improvements. This session promises to be very interesting. We demonstrate a functioning product to showcase some of these major improvements, so you know you can't miss it!

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MGT302 Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager V.next

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  2. 2. System Center Configuration Manager v.next Overview<br />Bill Anderson & Jeffrey Sutherland<br />Lead Program Managers<br />Microsoft<br />Session Code: MGT302<br />
  3. 3. Pillars of the Release<br />Modernize our infrastructure and core components<br /><ul><li>Redesigned hierarchy and SQL Server replication
  4. 4. Automated content distribution
  5. 5. Client Health improvements and auto-remediation
  6. 6. Redesigned admin experience and role-based security model
  7. 7. Native 64-bit and full Unicode support</li></ul>Embrace user-centric management<br /><ul><li>Provide a rich application management model to capture admin intent
  8. 8. Allow the administrator to think users first
  9. 9. Provide the end user a fitting user experience to find/install software with
  10. 10. Allow the user to define their relationship to applications</li></ul>Continue to improve throughout the product<br /><ul><li>Software Updates auto-deployment (including Forefront definitions)
  11. 11. Automated settings remediation (DCM “set”)
  12. 12. Consolidated and expanded mobile device management
  13. 13. Improvements to OS Deployment and Remote Control
  14. 14. And much, much more…</li></li></ul><li>Embracing User-CentricEnd-User of the Future<br />Tomorrow&apos;s End-User is FAR More Tech Savvy Than Today’s<br />“Digital Natives” have never known life without a PC<br />Consumerization of IT<br />How and Where Users Work Will Change<br />2009 – 1 billion PCs, 3+ billion mobile devices<br />2010 – 12-17 million iCafe PCs serving 300+ million users in the 3rd world<br />Tomorrow’s IT Pro is in the Crosshairs<br />Demand for IT specialists will shrink 40% by 2010<br />Increased balance of versatilists<br />
  15. 15. System vs. User-Centric <br />Systems Management of Today<br /><ul><li>Targeted at the device
  16. 16. Explicit and action-based
  17. 17. Software deployment is a glorified script execution engine
  18. 18. Optimized for systems management inside the firewall
  19. 19. Optimized for tight IT control, minimal end user involvement</li></ul>User-Centric Client Mgmt of Tomorrow<br /><ul><li>Targeted at the end user
  20. 20. Implicit and intent-based
  21. 21. Software deployment is about delivering the right app in the right way to the right user under the right condition
  22. 22. Enable the user to be productive anywhere and anytime
  23. 23. Maintain IT control while balancing the needs for end user empowerment </li></li></ul><li>Embracing User CentricAdministrator Promises<br />App management model captures admin intent<br />Manage apps, not setup scripts<br />State-based<br />Apps have “relationships” to other objects<br />Apps can have &gt;1 deployment type<br />Conditional Delivery Rules – requirement rules evaluated at install time to get the right app at the right time<br />Let the admin think user first<br />User Device Affinity maintains relationship between users and systems to solve core user targeting issues<br />Primary user rule – only install software if user is primary user on that device<br />Pre-deploy to users’ primary devices for WoL, off-hrs, workgroup, etc<br />
  24. 24. Embracing User CentricEnd-User Promises<br />“A Fitting End-User Experience”<br />Self-service application web portal<br />Easily find and request software for your job <br />Choose software intelligently thanks to clear, consistent and concise information about applications and their impact<br />“The ability to define their relationships to their software”<br />Application subscriptions persist your relationship with the software<br />User preferences control ConfigMgr behaviors (e.g. “my business hours”)<br />Manage impact from software installation and system restarts<br />
  25. 25. User-centric Software Delivery<br />Bill Anderson<br />Lead Program Manager<br />System Center<br />Demo<br />
  26. 26. Pillars of the Release<br />Modernize our infrastructure and core components<br /><ul><li>Redesigned hierarchy and SQL Server replication
  27. 27. Automated content distribution
  28. 28. Client Health improvements and auto-remediation
  29. 29. Redesigned admin experience and role-based security model
  30. 30. Native 64-bit and full Unicode support</li></ul>Embrace user-centric management<br /><ul><li>Provide a rich application management model to capture admin intent
  31. 31. Allow the administrator to think users first
  32. 32. Provide the end user a fitting user experience to find/install software with
  33. 33. Allow the user to define their relationship to applications</li></ul>Continue to improve throughout the product<br /><ul><li>Software Updates auto-deployment (including Forefront definitions)
  34. 34. Automated settings remediation (DCM “set”)
  35. 35. Consolidated and expanded mobile device management
  36. 36. Improvements to OS Deployment and Remote Control
  37. 37. And much, much more…</li></li></ul><li>Administrator Experience<br /><ul><li>MMC replaced with System Center UI Framework
  38. 38. Common look and feel across System Center products
  39. 39. Improved feature discoverability and time spent on task with new “information architecture”
  40. 40. In-console alerts
  41. 41. At-a-glance scenario status relevant to the administrator (e.g. Configuration settings policy exceeds non-compliance threshold)
  42. 42. Context-sensitive actions available from the alert (e.g. Go to Source, Close alert, Open log file, Help, etc…)</li></li></ul><li>Role-Based Administration<br />Security Role<br />Group sets of permissions together that collectively define an administrative span of control<br />e.g. Read Program + Deploy Program + Read Collection + Advertise to Collection = Software Distribution Administrator<br />Security Scope<br />Metadata applied to instances of objects that control visibility and access<br />E.g. “North America”; “Sales & Marketing”<br />Admin users will see only those objects that share one or more of the admin’s assigned Security Scopes<br />
  43. 43. Role-Based Administration Example<br />Collections<br />Configuration Items<br />All Systems<br />Finance<br />Read/Advertise<br />Sales<br />Standard Desktop<br />HR Systems<br />N. America<br />S. America<br />Task Sequences<br />Assign Security Scope:<br />Sales & Marketing<br />Assign role: Software Distribution Administrator<br />Assign Security Scope:<br />South America<br />EMEA<br />HR<br />Datacenter Servers<br />OS Images<br />DEP5678<br />DEP1234<br />DEP5678<br />DEP8787<br />DEP9246<br />DEP1234<br />DEP5678<br />DEP1234<br />DEP5678<br />Windows Vista<br />Windows 7<br />DEP5678<br />Windows Server 2008<br />Software Updates<br />Packages<br />Update for Office 2007<br />Update for Office 2007<br />Update for Office 2007<br />Read/Create/ Modify<br />Office – MUI (Japanese) <br />Billing Tool<br />Update for Office 2007<br />Update for Office 2007<br />Update for Office 2007<br />Update for Office 2007<br />Update for Office 2007<br />Update for Office 2007<br />Office – MUI (Spanish) <br />Update for Office 2007<br />Update for Windows<br />Time Card<br />Update for Office 2007<br />SAP - HR<br />SAP - Sales<br />
  44. 44. Role-based Access Control<br />Jeffrey Sutherland<br />Lead Program Manager<br />System Center<br />demo <br />
  45. 45. Infrastructure ChangesModernizing our architecture<br />Primaries are needed for scale out only<br />Client agent settings configurable by collection<br />Segmentation via Role Based Access Control<br />Scalability and Data Latency Improvements<br />Central Administration Site (CAS) is just for administration and reporting <br />Other work distributed to the primaries as much as possible<br />System-generated data (HW Inventory and Status) can be configured to flow to CAS directly<br />File processing occurs once at the Primary Site and uses replication to reach other sites (no more reprocessing at each site in the hierarchy)<br />New replication methods for site-to-site communications<br />Industry standard SQL replication sub-system simplifies troubleshooting and reduces operational costs<br />Improved reliability over SMS/ConfigMgr’s custom file replication<br />
  46. 46. Infrastructure ChangesHandling content<br />Sender Capable DPs <br />Apply throttling and other sender controls directly to DPs (reduce need for secondary sites)<br />Fewer DPs and Branch DPs required thanks to support for Win7 P2P (BranchCache) beginning with ConfigMgr 2007 SP2<br />Vista, Server 2008 P2P coming post Win7<br />“State-based” DP Groups<br />Manage content distribution to individual DPs or groups of DPs<br />Content automatically added or removed from DPs based on group membership<br />DP group associations with collections automate content staging for software targeted to the collection<br />
  47. 47. Content Management Improvements<br />Bill Anderson<br />Lead Program Manager<br />System Center<br />Demo<br />
  48. 48. ConfigMgr 2007 Site Server Model<br />ConfigMgr.next Site Server Model<br /> CAS Site<br />Chicago Central Site<br />Europe Primary Site<br />Germany Primary Site<br />Primary Site <br />Primary Site <br />Primary Site <br />Secondary Site <br />Secondary Site <br />Primary Site <br />Sender Capable DP<br />Tokyo Office<br />Miami Office<br />Seattle Office<br />Paris Office<br />Primary Site <br />Houston Office<br />East Office<br />Madrid Office<br />Branch DP<br />Branch DP<br />Branch DP<br />DS3<br />Satellite Office x 3<br />Satellite Office x 3<br />Satellite Office x 4<br />T1<br />DSL<br />
  49. 49. Infrastructure ChangesIntegrated SQL Reporting<br />100% SQL Server Reporting Services<br />SQL Reporting Services 2008 Sp1 required<br />ConfigMgr-to-SSRS report conversion tool available to ConfigMgr 2007 R2 customers<br />View subscriptions for reports<br />Launch SSRS Report Builder 2.0 for report authoring<br />
  50. 50. Client Health<br />Server-side metrics covering policy requests, HW & SW Inventory, Heartbeat DDRs and Status Messages<br />Customizable monitoring and remediation for:<br />Client prerequisites<br />ConfigMgr client reinstallation<br />Dependent Windows Services<br />WMI Repository, Namespace, Class, and Instance health evaluation and repair<br />In-console alerts when healthy/unhealthy ratio drops below configurable threshold<br />
  51. 51. Client Health Reports<br />Jeffrey Sutherland<br />Lead Program Manager<br />System Center<br />Demo<br />
  52. 52. Pillars of the Release<br />Modernize our infrastructure and core components<br /><ul><li>Redesigned hierarchy and SQL Server replication
  53. 53. Automated content distribution
  54. 54. Client Health improvements and auto-remediation
  55. 55. Redesigned admin experience and role-based security model
  56. 56. Native 64-bit and full Unicode support</li></ul>Embrace user-centric management<br /><ul><li>Provide a rich application management model to capture admin intent
  57. 57. Allow the administrator to think users first
  58. 58. Provide the end user a fitting user experience to find/install software with
  59. 59. Allow the user to define their relationship to applications</li></ul>Continue to improve throughout the product<br /><ul><li>Software Updates auto-deployment (including Forefront definitions)
  60. 60. Automated settings remediation (DCM “set”)
  61. 61. Consolidated and expanded mobile device management
  62. 62. Improvements to OS Deployment and Remote Control
  63. 63. And much, much more…</li></li></ul><li>Software Updates<br />Auto Deployment Rules<br />Use search criteria to identify class of updates to automatically deploy: category, products, language, date revised, article id, bulletin id, etc.<br />Schedule content download and deployment based on sync schedule or define a separate schedule per rule<br />State-based Update Groups<br />Deploy updates individually or in groups<br />Updates added to an update group automatically deploy to collections targeted with the group<br />
  64. 64. Operating System Deployment<br />Offline Servicing of Images<br />OEM Media<br />Create hybrid boot media/OS WIM file for use with your OEM<br />Design to interact with your task sequence<br />Boot Media Updates<br />Unattended boot media mode<br />Use scripted or custom HTA pre-execution hooks to automatically select a task sequence that has been advertisement as optional<br />USMT 4.0 <br />UI integration and support for hard-link, offline and shadow copy features<br />
  65. 65. Remote Control<br />Send Ctrl-Alt-Del to host device<br />Switch users during an active session<br />Control a locked desktop<br />Access the Secure Desktop<br />Access winlogonscreen<br />
  66. 66. Settings Management<br />Optional automatic remediation for non-compliant registry-, wmi- and script-based settings (aka DCM “set”)<br />Remediation reports identify settings re-configured, frequency of settings drift, and conflict and error reporting<br />More flexibility for re-use of settings across CI boundaries<br />Define compliance SLAs for Baselines to trigger console alerts<br />Improved CI versioning and audit tracking<br />
  67. 67. ConfigMgr v.Next<br /><ul><li>Supports WinCE 5.0+ and WM 5.0+ devices
  68. 68. Supports core MDM scenarios and ConfigMgr 07 DM scenarios (platform dependent)
  69. 69. Single “pane of glass” for managing desktop, servers, mobile...
  70. 70. No VPN access solution</li></ul>ConfigMgr 2007<br /><ul><li>WinCE 4.2+ and Windows Mobile PPC2003+
  71. 71. Basic device management functionality (settings; software deployment)
  72. 72. Single console for managing desktops, servers, mobile... </li></ul>MDM 2008 SP1<br /><ul><li>Windows Mobile 6.1+ devices only
  73. 73. Mobile VPN access
  74. 74. Rich device management functionality (settings, remote wipe, over-the-air enrollment…)</li></ul>System Center Device Management<br />
  75. 75. Mobile Device Management<br />Extend and align mobile device management<br />Integration of System Center Mobile Device Manager and ConfigMgr 2007 features<br />Common administration for mobile and non-mobile devices<br />Introduction of cross-platform mobile device support<br />Enable user-centric mobile device management<br />Deploy applications and configuration policies to users or devices<br />Enable secure, compliant mobile devices<br />Secure over-the-air enrollment<br />Monitor and remediate out-of-compliance devices<br />Application allow/deny and configuration policies<br />
  76. 76. Settings Management<br />Jeffrey Sutherland<br />Lead Program Manager<br />System Center<br />demo <br />
  77. 77. Prep Now for ConfigMgr.next<br />Minimum System Requirements:<br />Site servers and site roles require 64-bit OS (distribution points are an exception)<br />Branch DPs can run on any v.Next-supported client OS<br />Standard DPs can run on Windows Server 32-bit but will not support advanced functionality (<br />Windows Server 2008 <br />Distribution points can run on Windows Server 2003<br />SQL Server 2008 (64-bit)<br />Hierarchy Helpers<br />Flatten your ConfigMgr 2007 hierarchy<br />Start implementing BranchCache™ with ConfigMgr 2007 SP2<br />Move to SQL Reporting Services<br />Start learning about SQL replication<br />App Model Helpers<br />State based apps need detection methods<br />Rules vs Queries<br />Tips: Use App CI’s today for your apps to learn about this. SCUP is also a good tool for this<br />
  78. 78. 2008<br />2009<br />2010<br />2011<br />vNext<br />2007 R2<br />2007 SP1<br />vNext<br />2008<br />2008 R2<br />R3<br />vNext<br />2007 R2<br />2007 SP2<br />2010<br />2007 SP1<br />2010<br />vNext<br />2009 & R2<br />2008<br />2010 & R2<br />2011 & R2<br />V1<br />V2 and V3<br />2007 SP1<br />2010<br />System Center Roadmap<br />
  79. 79. Related ContentBreakout Sessions<br />MGT303Software Distribution in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager V.next: Part 1<br />MGT304Software Distribution in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager V.next: Part 2<br />MGT305Accelerating Windows 7 Deployments with MDOP, Microsoft System Center, and Virt<br />MGT306Microsoft System Center and the Green Client<br />
  80. 80. Related ContentHands-on Labs<br />MGT03-HOLDeploying Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007<br />MGT05-HOLDevice Management with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007<br />MGT10-HOLIntroduction to Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007<br />MGT12-HOLManaging Microsoft Updates with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007<br />MGT21-HOLUpgrading from Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003 to Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007<br />MGT23-HOLDeploying Windows 7 with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007<br />MGT24-HOL Integrating Microsoft Application Virtualization into Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2<br />MGT25-HOLUtilizing SQL Server Reporting Services with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2<br />MGT26-HOLGenerating Asset Intelligence Data with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007<br />MGT27-HOLDetermining Client Health in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2<br />
  81. 81. Related Content<br />Interactive Session<br />MGT01-IS Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager V.next Overview<br />MGT02-IS Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager R2 Upgrade and Architecture<br />Product Demos<br />MGT01-DEMO Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager V.next: End-to-End<br />
  82. 82. Links and Resources<br />System Center Nexus Team Blog - link<br />What’s new SP2 TechNet Documentation Library- link<br />Configuration Manager download<br />ConfigMgr Product Homepage – link<br />Configuration Manager Product Team Blog – link<br />Windows MDOP – link<br />Windows Server 2008 R2 Branch Cache overview – link<br />Branch Cache ConfigMgr Deployment Guidance – link<br />
  83. 83. Complete an evaluation on CommNet and enter to win an Xbox 360 Elite!<br />
  84. 84. question & answer<br />
  85. 85. Required Slide<br />© 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.<br />The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.<br />
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