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    La presentación la podés bajar de un link que hay en la siguiente pagina de mi blog:
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  • Hola Berri excelentes aplicaciones de del system center Family.......
    estuviera excelente poder bajar las diapositivas y poder explicarselas a los jefes de área de la compañia y poder implementar poco a poco estos productos dela suite del system center..

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  • System Center Configuration Manager System Center Configuration Manager enables secure and scalable operating and application deployment, desired configuration management, system quarantine, and asset management of servers, desktops, and mobile devices.   New capabilities ensure that systems are checked and updated before joining the network, operating system and application deployment is greatly simplified for both new and existing systems, and configuration changes and system updates are more effectively managed regardless of location or device type, all of which enable IT managers to take control of their environment like never before. The current plan of record is to provide the following key capabilities: • Operating system deployment (OSD) is an automated and end-to-end solution for hands-off deployment • Network Access Protection • Software distribution • Software update management (SUM) • Desired configuration management • Device management • Software inventory and metering • Hardware inventory • Remote control • Wake On LAN • Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 12 upgrade assessment • Vulnerability assessment • Software Development Kit (SDK) provides extensibility • Scalable yet flexible • Internationalization • Easy to use infrastructure
  • Briefly describe the various nodes with the Configuration Manager Administration console. If time permits, consider demonstrating the console rather than using the slide. Be sure to use this time to explain the following administrative concepts: Collections Queries Reports Reference Overview of the Configuration Manager Console http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb680803.aspx Module 1: Overview of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Course 6451B
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Seminario System Center Family Presentation Transcript

  • 1. SeminarioSystem Center FamilyMarcela BerriInstructor Senior / Consultor Senior ITMVP – Configuration ManagerMCT - Microsoft Certified TrainerMCTS Server Administrator - MCTS AD 2008 - MCTS Network InfMCTS Server VirtualizationMCTS W7 & Off2010 - MCTS SCCM 2007 - MCTS SCOM 2007MCITP Exchange 2010/2007 - MCTS Exch 2010/2007 - MCTS Lync2010
  • 2. Agenda SSCM - System Center Configuration Manager  (antes SMS)          Qué es? Cómo ayuda en la empresa SCOM - System Center Operations Manager   (antes MOM)         Qué es? Cómo ayuda en la empresa Intervalo DPM - System Center Data Protection Manager (backup)            Qué es? Cómo ayuda en la empresa SCE - System Center Essentials         Qué es? Cómo ayuda en la empresa.
  • 3. Overview SCCMSystem Center Products
  • 4. Resumen de ProductosProducto UsoConfiguration Manager •Manejo del parque de clientes y servidores •Implementación de Sistema Operativo •Soporte y seguridad de redesOperations Manager • Manejo de servicios • Monitoreo y alertas • Recovery de serviciosEssentials • Solución unificada para el menejo de IT en ambientes chicos / medianosData Protection Manager • Backup y recovery
  • 5. Configuration Manager Overview SCCM System CenterConfiguration Manager
  • 6. Qué es SCCM?Es una Solución de Microsoft para administrar laconfiguración global del parque de estaciones de trabajo yservidores de la compañía.El software permite centralizar, automatizar y controlar tareasadministrativas cotidianas, que de otra forma un grupo deadministradores y soportistas deberían realizar en formaconjunta.Existen 4 versiones: SP1 SP2 R2 R3. 120
  • 7. Características primariasInventario de Hardware y Software Permite generar un inventario de los clientes. El inventario de Hardware corre por default cada 7 días El inventario de Software inventarear *.exe por defectoDistribución de Software Permite generar paquetes con los programas que se desea instalar y enviarlos a los clientes mediante «collections» Actúa como un soportista pero en forma automatizadaMedición del uso de un software Permite medir el uso de un determinado software con el fin de poder evaluar una compra de licencias . 220
  • 8. Características primariasUpdates de Software Se integra con WSUS, permitiendo el manejo de las actualizaciones dentro de la consola de Configuration Manager.Configuración deseada Permite evaluar en forma constante si las Pcs cumplen o no con un standard preestablecido. (config. y/o software instalado) La información es vista mediante Reportes.NAP (Network Access Protection) Junto con Windows Server 2008, permite reforzar las políticas corporativas permitiendo o no el acceso a la red, si no cumple con un standard. . 320
  • 9. Características primariasManejo de dispositivos móviles Permite inventarear, enviar configuraciones, configurar políticas, implementar software a los dispositivos móviles de la compañía.Herramientas remotas Permite hacer uso de un cliente «Remote Control» que mediante una consola permite tomar el control remoto de la estación de trabajo interactuando con el usuario. Permite además hacer uso de características como Escritorio Remoto y la Asistencia RemotaWake on LAN Permite «despertar» a las Pcs unos minutos antes de una implementación mandatoria de Software o un Update. . 420
  • 10. Características primariasManejo de Queries Permite a los Administradores y al área de soporte realizar consultas sobre los datos de la base mediante WQL (windows query lenguage) via WMI. Genera consultas por consola, rápidas para tomar decisiones a la hora de implementar un cambio de software o hardware.Manejo de Reportes Contiene mas de 350 reportes generados vía Web, que pueden ser consultados sin acceder a la consola de manejo del producto. . . 520
  • 11. Características primariasImplementación de Sistemas Operativos (OSD) Permite la implementación de sistemas operativos en las máquinas mediante el uso de imágenes «.WIM». Contiene el uso de «Secuencia de Tareas» (Task sequence). Permite realizar «servicing» a la imagen, sin abrirla, pudiendo afectarla con los drivers necesarios para los distintos hardware a implementar. Permite la realización de esenarios Lite Touch (LTI) y Zero Touch (ZTI). Es posible integrarse con Microsoft Deployment Toolkit MDT 2008/2010 para implementar desde Windows Xp a Windows 7. Permite integrar a un Bare Metal a la infraestructura del SCCM. . 620
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  • 13. Características de SP1Manejo de Out of Band Permite el manejo de Pcs que no contienen el cliente de Configuration, estando apagadas, hibernando o dormidas. Las tecnologías soportadas son Intel vPro chip set e Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) Permite prenderlas, apagarlas, restartear, re-aplicar una imagen, reconfigurarle la BIOS, avisos de implementación de software, updates, auditarlas y correr utilidades de diagnóstico.Asset Intelligence Extiende el inventario de Hardware, agregando el manejo centralizado de licencias Microsoft y de 3ras partes. Permite generar catálogos personalizados y usar los 50 reportes que contiene para manejar la información. . 720
  • 14. Consola SCCM - Out of Band 1920
  • 15. Consola SCCM - Out of Band 1920
  • 16. Consola SCCM - Out of Band 1920
  • 17. Consola SCCM - Out of Band 1920
  • 18. Características de R2Soporte de aplicaciones App-V (SoftGrid 4.5) Permite correr paquetes de aplicaciones virtualizadas en máquinas con el cliente del Configuration Manager sin tener que instalar la aplicación en la máquina local (streaming delivery).Mejoras de OSD Soporte de «Unknown Computers» y Multicast para la implementación de imágenes vía PXE y WDS.Integ. de Config Deseada de Forefront Client Security Pudiendo manejar la implementación del agente de ForeFrontClient Status Reporting Servicio externo de consulta al Site sobre el status, salud y actividad del agente de los clientes del SCCM . 920
  • 19. Características de R3Manejo de Power Management Monitorear la actividad de una Pc y baja políticas de Power management. Controla el consumo de energía de las Pcs. Utiliza Reporting services de SQL.Pre-Stage media Contiene un medio booteable y una imagen para instalar Bare Metal sin conexión al Site orientado a OEMs.Dynamic Collection Evaluation Permite evaluar solamente los recursos que han sido agregados a la colección recientemente. . 1020
  • 20. Características de R3Escalabilidad Soporta hasta 300,000 clientes por Site.Delta Discovery con AD Realiza un descubrimiento inmediato de los recursos nuevos en AD sobre schedule.Cambios y mejoras en la consola de manejo Mas rápido acceso a las collectionsIntegración con ForeFront EndPoint Protection Contiene Policies de asignación del producto, reportes y alertas.Queries personalizados x definición de atributos de ActiveDirectory. . 1120
  • 21. Estructura básica de una empresa Red con Active Directory. Domain Controller WSUS PCs Ventas PCs Compras 1220
  • 22. Roles – Estructura SCCM Site SQL Server 2008 Server Database Server Domain WSUS 3.0Controller Management Point en NLB Cluster Software Update Point Fallback Status Point Reporting Point PXE Service Points State Migration Points BITS-Enabled Distribution Points Protected Branch Distribution Point Protected Distribution Points Sucursal 1 Sucursal 2 1320
  • 23. Configuración Global Site Oficina Oficina Central Central Central Parent Site Oficina Oficina Oficina Oficina Regional Regional Child Site Site Child Regional Regional Parent Site Parent Site P roxy P roxy Management Management Child Site Point Point Child Site Child Site Secondary SiteOficina Oficina Oficina Oficina SatelitalSatelitalSatelital Satelital Oficina Oficina RRA S RRAS Satelital Satelital Server Server Site Systems Site Systems for Internet- for Internet- Based Cli ents Based Clients Slow Boundary Slow Boundary Internet- Internet- VPN VPN based based Clients Clients Clients Clients . 1420
  • 24. Clientes soportadosOperating System Edition Service Pack ArchitectureWindows 2000 Professional, Server, SP4 x86 Advanced Server, DatacenterWindows XP Professional SP2 or SP3 x86Windows XP Tablet PC SP2 or SP3 x86Windows XP Embedded x86SP2Windows Vista Business, Enterprise, Ultimate No service pack, X86 or x64 SP1, or SP2Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, Ultimate X86 or x64Windows Server 2003 Web, Standard, Enterprise, SP1 or SP2 X86 or x64 Datacenter, Storage X86, x64, or IA64Windows Server 2003 Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter X86 or x64R2 X86, x64, or IA64Windows Server 2008 Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter SP1 or SP2 X86 or x64Windows Server 2008 Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter X64 .R2 1520
  • 25. Soporte de cliente MobileOperating System EditionWindows CE • .NET 4.2 (ARM processor only) • .NET 5.0 (ARM and x86 processors)Windows Mobile • 2003for Pocket PC • 2003 Second Edition • Phone Edition 2003 • Phone Edition 2003 Second Edition • 5.0 • 5.0 Phone EditionWindows Mobile • Smartphone 2003 • 5.0 for Smartphone • 6 Standard • 6 Professional • 6 Classic • Windows Mobile Device Center 6.1 • Windows Mobile Device Center 6.5 1620 .
  • 26. Resumen Inventario OS Distribución Software Configuración Platforma HW/SW Deployment Software Update DeseadaVistaVista SP1XP SP2Windows 2000Server 2008Server 2003Server 2000WFLOPWePOSXP EmbeddedWindows CEWindows Mobile 1720
  • 27. Consola de Administración
  • 28. Consola SCCM 1820
  • 29. Consola SCCM 1820
  • 30. Consola SCCM 1820
  • 31. Consola SCCM 1820
  • 32. Operations Manager Overview SCOM System CenterOperations Manager
  • 33. Qué es SCOM? Es un Software de monitoreo que permite mediante vistasmostrar información del estado, la salud y la performance del ambiente de IT, así como los diferentes servicios, aplicaciones y carga de trabajo que tiene la compañía. Permite reducir los costos del manejo del Data Center , teniendo una sola herramienta con una interface de trabajo sencilla. Permite además extender su monitoreo a las aplicaciones implementadas en UNIX y Linux . 122
  • 34. Cómo ayuda SCOM? SCOM provee capacidades en 3 grandes áreas: Servicios de gestión en Data Center de extremo a extremo. Monitoreo para el ambiente Windows (servers y clientes) Aumento de la Eficiencia y el ControlExisten 2 versiones. 2007 SP1 y R2 222
  • 35. 322 Reporte Root Management Server Agent Agent Agent Management Server Snmp Device C Snmp Device Snmp Device Agent Console Agent Gateway Server B Agent Management Servers A A B C Un-Trusted Domain or Workgroup Mom2005 vs Ops Manager 2007
  • 36. Características primarias Monitoreo Central de Servidores, Aplicaciones, Servicios y Clientes Monitoreo de aplicaciones End-to-end Reportes Centralizados Alertas Notificaciones vía SMS o E-mail Knowledge está en el producto, importando los MP’s (Management Packs) Permite crear sus propios MP’s. 422
  • 37. Características primarias Audit Collection Poder centralizar el EventViewer security log Agentless Exception Monitoring Correlación de eventos Health Explorer Mejora de la consola de Operation Manager Uso de Command Shell Multihomed Agents (failover a otro Management server). 522
  • 38. Características de productoIntegración con Active Directory Publish Management Group Information & Discovery contra AD Asignación de Agentes (Similar to SMS)Monitoreo orientado a Servicios Synthetic Transactions - “Watcher” Reglas para testear appl. o servicios desde fuera del sistema de monitoreo Web Appl / OLE DB / TCP port / ASP.Net Appl / ASP.Net Web Serv. Se puede capturar y guardar acciones (recording) para chequeo WEB Distributed Application Designer Uno de los componentes mas poderosos Monitorear servicios o appl. desde todos los aspectos y componentes Ej. Una aplicación depende de varias Pcs conectadas a través de routers . 622 .
  • 39. Características de productoLímites autoregulados (Self-Tuning Thresholds) Baseline Monitoring (constantemente recalculado) Alertas por alguna actividad inusual – no solo por picos Se definen Ciclos de trabajo (estableciendo una linea de tendencia en uso de procesador, memoria, page file….)Reporting Los datos son enviados directamente a la base Están integrados a la consola Sumarización automática de los datosOtros Monitoreos SNMP Devices / Non Windows Systems . . 722
  • 40. Características de productoClient Monitoring Llamado tambien “Agentless Exception Monitoring” No requiere el agente de OpsMgr instalado (vía GPO) Reporta Errores (se usa para saber qué tan amenudo una appl. o server da error) Hung Applications Watson Dumps Blue Screen System Quality Data Envía los datos para administración Optionalmente se pueden enviar a Microsoft . . 822
  • 41. Características de productoMejoras en Management Pack Modelos de Salud definidos en el Management Pack Incluye los de los eventos de monitoreo Transacciones Sintéticas Acciones de Diagnóstico y Recovery Base de conocimiento cargable Basado en definiciones Xml Contiene “Sealed Management Packs” (firmados/read only) Manejo de “Entidades” . . 922
  • 42. Estructura de SCOM / Data access
  • 43. Qué es un Management PackEs un documento en XML basado en SML (service modelinglenguage)Focalizado en Objectos  CLASESSe automatizan las acciones de Diagnostico y Recovery ypueden correr por demandaDiscovery Se utilizan Workflow para descubrir instancias de clases desde: Discovery Rules Registry . Scripts DB Queries WMI PowerShell 1422
  • 44. Management Packs - FormatoUnsealed (.XML) MP de lectura / escritura en la consola Se puede importar / exportar / borrar Se pueden establecer Overrides (alteraciones)Sealed (.MP) Son solo lectura Están firmados por un certificado Se pueden Importar / borrar Se pueden establecer Overrides . . 1522
  • 45. Clases e instanciasEntity Logical Entity Computer Role Windows Computer Role SQL Server IIS 1622
  • 46. Modelo de Salud de una Entidad Overall Health SQL SVR Entity Service Availability Performance Security Configuration Health Health Health Health Windows Service State 1722
  • 47. Unknown / un-initializedSuccessWarningErrorMaintenance. 1822
  • 48. Modelo de Salud (Roll-up)SQL Server 1922
  • 49. Modelo de Salud 2222
  • 50. Monitores y grupos 2222
  • 51. Monitores y grupos 2222
  • 52. Consola SCOM 2322
  • 53. Consola SCOM 2322
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  • 55. Consola SCOM 2322
  • 56. Data Protection Manager Overview DPMData Protection Manager
  • 57. Qué es DPM? Es una aplicación de servidor para la protección y recuperación de datos tanto en disco como en cinta.DPM realiza la replicación, la sincronización y la creación de puntos derecovery para proporcionar una protección confiable y rápida en larecuperación de los datos.DPM utiliza replicación de log de transacciones, infraestructura de VolumeShadow Copy Service (VSS) con VSS Writer, y sincronización a nivel debloque + un motor basado en políticas para facilitar una proteccióncontinua.Existen 3 versiones: 2006 2007 SP1 2010 119
  • 58. Qué productos protege DPM?DPM también proporciona replicación nativa site-to-sitepara la recuperación de desastres ya sea a otro servidor DPM o unproveedor en la nube fuera de sitio.Bare Metal Recovery también es posible en DPM 2010Brinda una protección de datos unificada para  SQL Server 2000 SP4 +  Windows servers 2003 SP2+  Exchange 2003 SP2  File servers  SharePoint Services 3.0  Windows XP SP2+  Ms Virtual Srvr 2005 R2 SP1  Laptops  Ms Server 2008 c/Hyper-V . . 219
  • 59. Protección con DPM- LímitesPlataforma limites de Data source Especio de disco recomendado 600 volumes: 300 son replica volumes 80 TB por DPM server 300 son recovery point volumes64-bit Con una medida máxima decomputers recovery point size de 40 TB El origen de los datos puede estar . repartido aproximadamente en: . 75 servers y 150 client computers. 419
  • 60. Características primariasDPM 2010 incrementa automáticamente y reduce losvolúmenes según sea necesario.Soporte de Windows Server 2008.Exchange 2010: soporta Database Availability Group (DAG) despuésde crear un grupo de protección de nuevo.Realiza la protección de datos continua con: Transaction logs  continuamente replicados cada 15´ Express Full  backup appl. vía VSS Writer identificando el bloque que cambió. Hasta 512 shadow copies. (Full backup con el costo de un incremental) . 519
  • 61. Características primarias Mejora el soporte de Windows SharePoint: Restaura elementos individuales de lista de SharePoint. Backapea en paralelo las bases que están en la misma instancia de SQL Server 2005 de una Farm de SharePoint. Se pueden buscar listas de SharePoint para recuperarlas por título. Se puede backapear a cinta. Recuperación de ítems en una granja de SharePoint usando host- headers. La solapa DPM Library Management muestra la cantidad de datos que se ha escrito en las cintas.. 619
  • 62. Características primariasNueva interfaz de usuario paraSQL Server Self Service Recovery Configuration. Se puede seleccionar la instancia SQL y el path destinoTiene operación de borrado rápido de cinta (quick)DPM 2010 le permite proteger los equipos portables, que noestén conectados a la red en todo momento.Los usuarios pueden recuperar sus datos sin esperar a que eladministrador acceda al backup Uso de Shadow copies en cliente (hasta 64 replicas x Grupo).. 719
  • 63. Diagrama de DPM Online Snapshots (up to 512) Active Directory System State Disk-based Recovery Cada 15 minutes DPM 2007 DPM 2007 SP1 SP1 o 2010 Disaster Recovery with Offsite Replication and Tape Windows XPWindows Vista Windows Server 2003 Tape-based Windows Server 2008 File Shares and Directories Backup 819
  • 64. Asignación de espacioDPM calcula el espacio requerido para los datos : Replica volumes Recovery point volumes Ej: 100 Gb de datos con 5% de cambios diarios x 30 días de retención = 210 Gb . 919
  • 65. Protección de SQL ServerDPM2007/2010Server SQL Server 1019
  • 66. Protección Exchange Server SCC/MSCSDPM 2007 ClustersServer Exchange Server 2003 SP2 Exchange Server 2007 SCC/LCR/CCR Exchange Server 2007 SP1 SCC/LCR/CCR/SCR Exchange Server 2010 1119
  • 67. Protección SharePoint Server Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 SharePoint Portal Server 2003 (as SQL databases only)DPM 2007 /2010Server Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 / 2010 1219
  • 68. Protección SharePoint 1319
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  • 72. Incremental Backup Cada cuanto hace Snapshot y transmite datos (incremental) Cada 15´ 96 recovery x día.Full backup vía VSS Writeridentificando el bloque que cambió.Hasta 512 shadow copies de ApplHasta 96 shadow copies de files 1419
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  • 75. VMs con SO Non-VSS Guest –Offline backup1. Hibernar el SO para hacer dump de memoria y CPU2. Tomar snapshot con VSS Virtual Machine 1 Virtual Machine 23. Levantar nuevamente el SO Windows4. Realiza solo seguimiento de NT 4.0 los bloques que cambiaron Windows en el VHDs 2000LinuxNT4.0 / W2000Windows con OracleWindows con LOB appl. 1519
  • 76. VMs con SO VSS-Aware Guest – Online backup Referential VSS query DPM llamada al Virtual Server or Hyper-V VSS writer (block–based sync) VSS writer determina que VM es capaz de VSS y llama al VSS writer interno SQL Server VSS writer chequea si el volumen NTFS es consistente Si se confirma, el VSS writer del Virtual Server o Hyper-V pasa la información de los datos cambiados al DPM para protegerlos Ventaja: No downtime / No instala agente en Guest 1619
  • 77. Determinar si se protege Host o GuestProtección Host-based : Proteger o recuperar toda la máquina No hay posibilidad de seleccionar datos indiv. Bare Metal Recovery para cada VM Único agente DPM y licencia en el host - todos los huéspedes están protegidos Proteger a los no-Windows y SO viejosProtección Guest-based : Protege y recobra datos granulares SQL Server databases, Exchange storage groups, SharePoint farms, folders and files…. 1719
  • 78. Recovering1. Seleccionar lo que se quiere recobrar2. Seleccionar el punto de recovery3. Click Recover to original instance4. Recover. 1919
  • 79. EssentialsOverview SCESystem Center Essentials
  • 80. Qué es SCE? Es una solución de management unificada para el manejo de software de IT. Facilita las tareas de administración de las pequeñas y medianas empresasExisten 2 versiones: 2007 SP1 y 2010 17
  • 81. Qué productos contiene SCE? System Center Essentials no es un conjunto de programas.Es una solución de management unificada que se basa en las siguientes tecnologías:  System Center Configuration Manager 2007  System Center Operations Manager 2007  Windows Server Update Services 3.0  SQL Server 2008  Microsoft Update . 27
  • 82. Requerimientos de SCERequerimientos • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard orde Software Enterprise Edition, X64 • Windows Server 2008 Standard or Enterprise Edition con / sin Hyper-V, x86 or x64 (x64 required for virtualization management) • Windows Server 2003 Standard or Enterprise Edition, x86 or x64, with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later • Windows Small Business Server 2008, x64 only • Windows Essentials Business Server 2008, x64 onlyRequerimientos • 20 GB de disco (1 GB en system drive)de Hardware 150 GB libres para virtualización – CPU can be x86 or x64-based, at least 2.8 GHz • 4 GB of RAM 37 .
  • 83. Clientes soportados en SCEEstaciones • Windows 2000 Pro SP4 • Windows XP SP2 (x86 and x64) • Windows 7 y Vista (x86 and x64)Servidores • Windows 2000 Server SP4 • Windows Server 2003 SP1 and R2 (x86 and x64) • Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2Límite de clientes • 50 a 200 Windows-based (con SQL 2005 remoto)en 2007 SP1 • 5 a 30 servidoresLímite de clientes • 50 a 500 Windows-based (con SQL 2005 remoto)en 2010 • 5 a 50 servidores • Hasta 75 dispositivos SNMP 47
  • 84. Características primarias Monitoreo y troubleshooting para servers Windows, clients, aplicaciones y dispositivos de red. Soporte para clientes en dominio, en workgroup y dispositivos SNMP v1 v2 y v3. Actualización constante para el manejo de aplicaciones y dispositivos Microsoft y de 3ras. partes. Permite crear facilmente servers virtuales mediante plantillas. Convierte los servers físicos en virtuales (P2V) para correr sobre Microsofts Hyper-V hypervisor. 57
  • 85. Características primarias Importa y convierte VMs VMware a Hyper-V Implementación de Software de MSI y EXE por medio de paquetes. Instalación de Windows 7 en equipos con Windows XP y Windows Vista. Inventario de Hardware y software. Reportes integrados (mas de 50 reportes) http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/en/us/essentials/sce-compare-products.aspx.. 67
  • 86. Consola SCE 77
  • 87. Roadmap
  • 88. Contactos Preguntas? http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter Blog: ITTechnologySite.blogspot.com /ITTechnologySite.
  • 89. Gracias! Marcela Berri MCT – MCITP – MCTS marcelaberri@hotmail.com