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  • This slide is required. Do NOT delete. This should be the first slide after your Title Slide. This is an important year and we need to arm our attendees with the information they can use to Grow Share! Please ensure that your objectives are SMART (defined below) and that they will enable them to go in and win against the competition to grow share. If you have questions, please contact your Track PM for guidance. We have also posted guidance on writing good objectives, out on the Speaker Portal (https://www.mytechready.com).  This slide should introduce the session by identifying how this information helps the attendee, partners and customers be more successful. Why is this content important?This slide should call out what’s important about the session (sort of the why should we care, why is this important and how will it help our customers/partners be successful) as well as the key takeaways/objectives associated with the session. Call out what attendees will be able to execute on using the information gained in this session. What will they be able to walk away from this session and execute on with their customers.Good Objectives should be SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-bound). Focus on the key takeaways and why this information is important to the attendee, our partners and our customers.Each session has objectives defined and published on www.mytechready.com, please work with your Track PM to call these out here in the slide deck.If you have questions, please contact your Track PM listed below:Track Name, Acronym and Track PMArchitecture (ARC) – MihaKralj, Sarah Mocke, Terra SuddarthBusiness Intelligence (BIN) – Dandy Weyn, Maxine Coo Business Solutions (MSDY) - Scarlet Leung, Gabriel IndalecioClient Infrastructure, Security and Management (CISM) – Susie Kandzor, Lisa PuchosicDatabase (DB) –Dandy Weyn, Maxine CooDevelopment Tools & Technologies (DEV) – BijanJavidiExchange and Lync (EXL) – Lauren Horgan, Navin ChandIT Service Management (ITSM) - BebeAcciavattiMiddleware and Integration (MWI) – David Wexler, Matt Rogers, Tina AndrinaOffice and Office 365 (OFC) - Andy O’Donald, Alistair Spears, Monica Watson Optimization (OPT) – Yoav Land, Angela EarleyReadyTech (RT) - Joe Culp, KariLynneGratzerSecurity, Identity & Access (SIA) – Aurora Santiago-Moore, Christopher Pelletier, Juliet Hossman, Kirsten AndrewsServer and Cloud Infrastructure and Management (SCIM) - Aurora Santiago-Moore, Juliet HossmanSharePoint (SP) – Olaf Hubel, Andrew Carlson; Jamie StuartWindows Azure platform (AZR) – Matt Rogers, Tina AndrinaWindows Phone (WP) – Joseph Landes, Tim McAfeeVirtual Tracks (Cross Track Areas)Application Platform – ARC/AZR/DB/MWI System Center 2012 (SC) - Aurora Santiago-MooreCenter of Excellence (COE) – Ignacio Davila Trustworthy Computing (TWC) – Christopher Pelletier Compete (COMP) – Rubye Knight User Experience (UX) – Alison ClarkNext Web (NW) – Olga Londer Windows Embedded (WE) – Eric KamontPrivate Cloud (PC) – Aurora Santiago-Moore Windows Server 8 (WSB) - Aurora Santiago-MooreSolution Accelerators (SA) – Aurora Santiago-Moore
  • This slide is required. Do NOT delete. This should be the first slide after your Title Slide. This is an important year and we need to arm our attendees with the information they can use to Grow Share! Please ensure that your objectives are SMART (defined below) and that they will enable them to go in and win against the competition to grow share. If you have questions, please contact your Track PM for guidance. We have also posted guidance on writing good objectives, out on the Speaker Portal (https://www.mytechready.com).  This slide should introduce the session by identifying how this information helps the attendee, partners and customers be more successful. Why is this content important?This slide should call out what’s important about the session (sort of the why should we care, why is this important and how will it help our customers/partners be successful) as well as the key takeaways/objectives associated with the session. Call out what attendees will be able to execute on using the information gained in this session. What will they be able to walk away from this session and execute on with their customers.Good Objectives should be SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, time-bound). Focus on the key takeaways and why this information is important to the attendee, our partners and our customers.Each session has objectives defined and published on www.mytechready.com, please work with your Track PM to call these out here in the slide deck.If you have questions, please contact your Track PM listed below:Track Name, Acronym and Track PMArchitecture (ARC) – MihaKralj, Sarah Mocke, Terra SuddarthBusiness Intelligence (BIN) – Dandy Weyn, Maxine Coo Business Solutions (MSDY) - Scarlet Leung, Gabriel IndalecioClient Infrastructure, Security and Management (CISM) – Susie Kandzor, Lisa PuchosicDatabase (DB) –Dandy Weyn, Maxine CooDevelopment Tools & Technologies (DEV) – BijanJavidiExchange and Lync (EXL) – Lauren Horgan, Navin ChandIT Service Management (ITSM) - BebeAcciavattiMiddleware and Integration (MWI) – David Wexler, Matt Rogers, Tina AndrinaOffice and Office 365 (OFC) - Andy O’Donald, Alistair Spears, Monica Watson Optimization (OPT) – Yoav Land, Angela EarleyReadyTech (RT) - Joe Culp, KariLynneGratzerSecurity, Identity & Access (SIA) – Aurora Santiago-Moore, Christopher Pelletier, Juliet Hossman, Kirsten AndrewsServer and Cloud Infrastructure and Management (SCIM) - Aurora Santiago-Moore, Juliet HossmanSharePoint (SP) – Olaf Hubel, Andrew Carlson; Jamie StuartWindows Azure platform (AZR) – Matt Rogers, Tina AndrinaWindows Phone (WP) – Joseph Landes, Tim McAfeeVirtual Tracks (Cross Track Areas)Application Platform – ARC/AZR/DB/MWI System Center 2012 (SC) - Aurora Santiago-MooreCenter of Excellence (COE) – Ignacio Davila Trustworthy Computing (TWC) – Christopher Pelletier Compete (COMP) – Rubye Knight User Experience (UX) – Alison ClarkNext Web (NW) – Olga Londer Windows Embedded (WE) – Eric KamontPrivate Cloud (PC) – Aurora Santiago-Moore Windows Server 8 (WSB) - Aurora Santiago-MooreSolution Accelerators (SA) – Aurora Santiago-Moore

System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, Fabric Management, creation and consumption of the cloud Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Demo
  • 2. Demo
  • 3. Starting point for services and source of truthTemplate Specifies machine and connectivity requirements Deployed services are always linked to their templates Enables servicing of the instances Groups of machines that work together Includes machine definitions as well as applicationsInstance Native application types: Web Applications (WebDeploy) Virtual Applications (Server App-V Package) Database Applications (SQL DAC)
  • 4. Demo
  • 5. Demo
  • 6. • Service level refresher updates all of the service information • Identifies any virtual machines that have gone missing from the service• Service Refresher supports 2 states • OK - All the VMs are OK • Needs Attention • At least one VM has a problem of some type • VM refresher state indicates the actual problem
  • 7. Demo