Turbulence

The bumpy world of clouds and applications
  • Enabling single sign-on for App Controller

    By default when you load the App Controller page, you are prompted to enter a username in the format domain\username and enter your password. However you can enable App Controller to use your logged on credentials to automatically sign in.  This...
  • App Controller demo–taking a walk through the key capabilities

    Hi everyone So last Thursday we posted the App Controller Beta ( article and download ), and we have now posted a video demo of App Controller, with a walk through the key capabilities that App Controller provides. You can watch the video over on TechNet...
  • Will App Controller run in browsers other than IE8 and IE9?

    A question that has come up a few times in the last few days is whether App Controller works in browsers other than Internet Explorer 8 and 9. The answer is yes, with some caveats and requirements.  You can view the App Controller supported system...
  • Get involved–join the Private Cloud Evaluation Program!

    Our team will be running the next generation of Community Evaluation Programs (CEP) starting next month.  We’ve previously run the CEPs based on individual System Center products, and now we are going to run a program as a team for the Private Cloud...
  • App Controller–enabling Application Self Service

    As announced over on the Server Cloud blog, System Center App Controller 2012 Beta is now available! App Controller is a new member of the System Center family, and provides a number of capabilities that enable Application Self Service across both Private...
  • App Controller–all the useful resources

    Hi everyone Well, it is now out in the open what we have been working on! Over on the Server Cloud blog, you can read the announcement we made this morning, making the System Center self-service releases available – App Controller Beta, Service...
  • The world is about to go nuts

    I know I've been a bit quiet lately on the blog front. That's because we've been working hard on new content for System Center 2012 and getting ready for ... next week. A.