Somewhere between the physical and the virtual
System Center Blogs
Configuration ManagerThe team that supports Configuration Manager.
OrchestratorA blog by the teams who make and support Orchestrator.
Operations ManagerThe folks who make and support Operations Manager.
Data Protection ManagerBlog done by the Data Protection Manager product and support teams.
Service ManagerCommunications from the System Center Service Manager team.
Virtual Machine ManagerThe team that makes and supports Virtual Machine Manager.
System Center HomeThe home page for System Center on the Web.
System Center on TechNetTechNet's agglomerated resources on System Center.
myITforum.comRod Trent's Web site primarily focused on systems and configuration management.
SystemCenterCentral.comThird-party site that pulls together stuff across the SC suite.
Deployment ForumCommunity site about Windows deployment matters.
The Blogcast RepositoryWhere you'll find technical videos, blogs, forums and more on Config Manager as well as other System Center products.
FAQShop.comHints, tips, answers, FAQs on Microsoft's systems management products.
Virtualization FeedMaster aggregator of blog posts and twitters on virtualization.
Virtualization HomeFor all pertaining to the Microsoft Virtualization story.
My colleague and office mate, David Mills, and I sat down the other week and shot a short video of him explaining and showing System Center Essentials, our mid-market IT management solution. One thing about working at a place like this is there's no shortage of things to talk about, and no shortage of brains to plunder for information and insight. All I had to do was turn around and look at Mr. Mills (that's what I call him, since we share a first name), ask him if he wanted to do a video... and bada-boom, bada-bing, there we have it, a shiny new video, this one w/ a walkthrough of the product's unified console and all:
Intro to System Center Essentials
Let us know what you think and tell us what kinds of videos you want from us on System Center topics, products or solutions. We're shooting a bit blind and would prefer to give you what you want as opposed to, exclusively, what we *think* you want. <g>
- dave //
Comments in this blog are open and monitored for each post for a period of two weeks after the posting date. If you have a specific question about a blog post that is older than two weeks, please submit your question via our Twitter handle @System_Center