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  • 1. Introduction to Systems Management Server 2003 Tyler S. Farmer Sr. Technology Specialist II Education Solutions Group Microsoft Corporation
  • 2. Microsoft Management Products Database Servers Desktops Web Servers Laptops Application Mail Servers Servers PDAs Web Services Other Servers
  • 3. Typical Customer Cost Issues  Management Costs How do I keep track of what I have?  Upgrade Costs What can be upgraded and how?  Help Desk Costs How do I reduce user downtime?  Enterprise Demands Does it scale? Is it WAN-ready?  Integration Costs Does it work with my systems?  Support Costs How much staff do I have?
  • 4. Top 3 Points  Proactively managing and maintaining desktops & servers  Difficulty keeping up with technology change  Deploying quickly cost-effective management solutions
  • 5. Systems Management Server Change and Configuration Management Asset Management  Hardware inventory  Software installed  Software usage Enterprise Ready Software Distribution  Central + regional mgmt  Scheduled, controlled  Standard-based access deployments  Scaleable architecture  Bandwidth aware  Status reporting Troubleshooting  Remote Control  Diagnostic tools  Network traffic monitoring
  • 6. SMS 2003 Features  Support corporate notebook/laptop usage  New client w/ scalable architecture & streamlined install  BITS enabled content download & checkpoint restart, Bandwidth & Modem/LAN aware  Modem Aware / Disconnect Tolerant  Support for Roaming, Location Aware  Tighter integration w/ Windows  AD Site boundaries, AD discovery  MSI support  Security  Eliminate domain admin accounts  Trusted communication (inter-site and to client)  Signed / Encrypted content
  • 7. SMS 2003 Features  Infrastructure improvements  Eliminate services on domain controllers  Delta replication of packages  Provide better scale-out with NLB cluster & replicated SQL  Improve core competencies  Reliable software distribution (accurate status)  Better inventory & usage tracking  Integrate Web Reporting, Backup/Recovery
  • 8. SMS 2003 Production Deployments SMS 2.0 EAP Deployments Beta1 Beta2 RC 0 Customers 0 Customers 1 Customers 0 Clients 0 Clients 975 Clients 0 Servers 0 Servers 3 Servers SMS 2003 EAP Deployments Beta1 Beta2 RC 7 Customers 23 Customers +23 Customers 25k Clients 115k Clients +120k Clients 67 Servers 200 Servers +200 Servers
  • 9. Launch  RTM 10/15  Launch 11/11  Availability (now)  Management Summit  March 16-19, Las Vegas
  • 10. Management Roadmap
  • 11. Where We Are Today: Operations Manager 2000 SP1 (MOM) Enterprise operations management product for Windows 2000 systems.  Rules Based event and applications management solution  Self-managing: easy to use, flexible, self deploying & scalable  Out-of-the-Box knowledge for monitoring  Open, extensible architecture based on industry standards (CIM, WMI, SNMP, etc) http://www.microsoft.com/mom/
  • 12. Coming Soon: Microsoft Operations Manager 2004 Enterprise operations management product for next generation Windows Server systems.  State monitoring & diagnostics  Off-line reporting  Auto-alert resolution  Built in SQL Server Reporting Services  Task-based UI  Topological views  New base management packs  Windows 2003, IIS 6, Web Services, SQL Yukon, UDDI, .NET Framework, etc 2004
  • 13. MOM 2004 Screenshots
  • 14. Coming Later: System Center Suite  Servers, services & database coexistence  Cooperating consoles  SMS deployment status forwarded as MOM alerts  Integrated data warehouse  Combined SMS & MOM data  Unified reporting for servers managed by SMS and MOM  Integrated packaging & licensing  Seamless migration for MOM & SMS customers 2004
  • 15. © 2001 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS SUMMARY.