Are you in control? Do you know how to manage and secure your infrastructure? If not, these events could be a godsend for you!
Basically, back in March of this year, the Microsoft Management Summit took place in San Diego, and is considered the premier technical event of the year for IT professionals, covering the latest management products from Partners and Microsoft including the System Center family of management products. The event was packed with knowledge and experience, both from Industry experts and Microsoft product group members, enabling the attendees to take away key solutions and processes and apply them to their IT environment with confidence. I couldn't go, and I'm sure that many of you in the UK were the same, hence, the UK is now getting it's own, albeit cut-down slightly, version of the event! Cool!
The UK events will involve two keynotes followed by two parallel tracks each of four sessions, enabling you to build your personal agenda. There will still be time to meet your peers, talk to presenters and assimilate the news!
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OK, so you're tempted, but you still aren't entirely sure what System Center is, and what it's aimed at - well, Microsoft System Center plays a central role in the Microsoft vision to help IT organizations benefit from self-managing, dynamic systems. System Center solutions capture and aggregate knowledge about your infrastructure, policies, processes, and best practices so your IT staff can build manageable systems and automate operations in order to reduce costs, improve application availability, and enhance service delivery.
Read more about System Center.
If you need any further incentive to go along, at the events, you can pick up your copy of the Microsoft ForeFront and Microsoft System Center DVD. The DVD contains trial software for both suites of products plus the betas for System Center Essentials 2007 and System Center Configuration Manager 2007 and a whole host of other content, including whitepapers, case studies and datasheets. A great deal I think!