At this year’s Microsoft Management Summit, the building excitement around Microsoft private cloud and Microsoft System Center 2012 reached new heights as Brad Anderson announced the General Availability of Microsoft System Center 2012. With System Center 2012 comes a host of opportunities for Microsoft partners including the way they can create dedicated cloud environments to transform the way they deliver IT services to customers to expanding their businesses with many new IT management opportunities. If you have not read it yet, Julie Bennani has a great set of partner opportunities with Microsoft System Center 2012 in her blog post. In that post, Julie also talks about the Microsoft value proposition for System Center and how partners can prepare for and utilize this in their engagement in the MPN Systems Management and the Virtualization competencies, which will be combined as a single Management and Virtualization competency in June. (Read the Management and Virtualization Competency Guide for more information on this)
One part of Julie’s blog post I want to call out specifically is how Microsoft partners can start using Microsoft System Center 2012 today:
As with several of our other very exciting solutions we have brought or are bringing to the market, I thought I would put up this post to point you in the direction of resources and information regarding Microsoft System Center 2012 to help you get the most out of this opportunity for you and your clients. In case you missed the prior ones, here are some recent ones I have put up here for other Microsoft solutions:
Microsoft System Center 2012 Information and Resources:
I hope you find the information and resources compiled above for you to be helpful as you look to learn and do more with Microsoft System Center 2012 and private cloud. If you have been using the resources posts series I have been sharing here on the blog, I would love your input and feedback on what you think of them and what you’d like to see more of in the future.
Did you find this information helpful? If so, you may want to make sure you are utilizing all of the areas I share information online, such as:
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Eric Ligman – Follow me on TWITTER, LinkedIn, and RSS and see “What I’m thinking” Director, Worldwide Partner Experience Microsoft Corporation This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights