A couple of months ago I had the privilege to interview Brad Anderson. Brad is a Sr. VP at Microsoft, responsible for the System Center and Windows Server product lines. So… http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htm“So this guy knows what he’s talking about?” Exactly. As a companion to his blog - In the Cloud – we recorded these three … Continue reading What’s New in R2 – The Executive Interviews
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http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmWhat is the plural of Series? (And how is it pronounced?) Well.. that’s not so important. What’s important is that we – the Technology Evangelists of Microsoft DPE in the U.S. have been busy busy bloggers these past several months. You’ve seen many articles, and many links to articles and resources, and we sincerely hope … Continue reading Our Serieses
Build Your Private Cloud in a Month – The Complete April 2013 Series
http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmIn April of 2013 our team’s blogging focus was on how to build your Private Cloud. I hope you found our articles informative, that you have downloaded your free System Center 2012 SP1 trial, your Windows Server 2012 evalution, and have started your Windows Azure FREE TRIAL. Here is our complete April 2013 series: … Continue reading Build Your Private Cloud in a Month – The Complete April 2013 Series
Free Global Event–24 Hours in a Private Cloud
http://bit.ly/24hipc Get yourself 5 of those “5 Hour Energy” drinks, set your alarm clock, and join the WORLD for this amazing opportunity to learn all about the Private Cloud solutions from Microsoft. Here’s the description from the registration page: Every organization has the power to employ cloud technologies in their own way, at their own … Continue reading Free Global Event–24 Hours in a Private Cloud
Breaking News: System Center 2012 RTM eval is avalable to all
Wonderful news! Today at the Microsoft Management Summit going on in Las Vegas, Microsoft announced the availability of System Center 2012. You can start your evaluation downloads now: https://aka.ms/PvtCld Pass it on!
Kevin’s “Being What’s Next in I.T.” Event Resources
As usual, here is the online version of the event resources I’ll be handing out to my central U.S. IT Camp Event attendees for the next several months. It is likely that this online version is even better, because A) it contains even more than what I could fit onto one page, B) items may … Continue reading Kevin’s “Being What’s Next in I.T.” Event Resources
Screencast: System Center 2012 Unified Installer (Part 2 of 3)
Continuing on where we left off from our part 1 screencast yesterday, when we discussed the downloads and the prerequisites and what you needed in place for the installation; today in part 2 we discuss how to configure your servers. “Is it really all that complicated, Kevin?” Actually, yes. If you read the User Guide, … Continue reading Screencast: System Center 2012 Unified Installer (Part 2 of 3)
Breaking News: Free IT Camps – “Being What’s Next In IT” – Open for Registration!
Our next set of IT Pro events (“IT Camps”) in the US Central Region have been scheduled and are now officially open for registration! The events are free, go from 9:00am to 3:00pm, and include some light breakfast and lunch. But most importantly, they are full of new and useful information that all IT Pros … Continue reading Breaking News: Free IT Camps – “Being What’s Next In IT” – Open for Registration!
Breaking News: New System Center 2012 Licensing Model Announced
Today during the “Private Cloud Day” live webcast event, Microsoft announced a pretty big change in how we think of and purchase the System Center suite. Bottom-line.. it’s no longer a separate set of products, but it is just one product: System Center 2012. (Well.. actually two.. but different only in terms of licensing.) In … Continue reading Breaking News: New System Center 2012 Licensing Model Announced
Cloud on Your Terms Part 30 of 30: Certification Tips To Get Your Career Ready For The Cloud
It’s the end of the month, and the last of our 30 days of cloudy goodness is here! In today’s blog post, one of the most genuinely certifiable gentlemen I know, Brian Lewis, points you to some resources to help you get on track for cloud readiness. And by you, I mean YOU. You need … Continue reading Cloud on Your Terms Part 30 of 30: Certification Tips To Get Your Career Ready For The Cloud