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.
For the last few years, the System Center Blog here at http://blogs.technet.com/b/systemcenter has been run by the System Center marketing team. They moved to a combined System Center + Windows Server + Cloud blog at http://blogs.technet.com/b/server-cloud about a year and a half ago. Since then things have been pretty quiet on this blog. The engineering team has now taken over the System Center blog and will be blogging on more technical topics related to System Center all up or how multiple components of System Center can work together. All up System Center announcements from the engineering team will also be posted here. Going forward we will post these broad announcements only on the System Center blog so you'll definitely want to subscribe to this RSS feed and check in often. For a couple of months, we will make the main announcement post here and refer people to those posts from the System Center component blogs to make sure people are aware of the System Center blog.
All of the content previously posted on this blog will remain for archive purposes. The System Center engineering blogs for each of the components of System Center will also remain and be actively contributed to for those of you that are interested in just one or two of the components.
For reference these are all the System Center engineering component blogs:
Service Manager - http://blogs.technet.com/b/servicemanager
Operations Manager - http://blogs.technet.com/b/momteam
Virtual Machine Manager - http://blogs.technet.com/b/scvmm
Orchestrator - http://blogs.technet.com/b/orchestrator
Data Protection Manager - http://blogs.technet.com/b/dpm
Configuration Manager (Engineering) - http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/
Configuration Manager (Support) - http://blogs.technet.com/b/configurationmgr/
You'll also notice that the System Center blog has been added to the Server and Tools blog network. It inherits the same style as the other blogs in the network including the special navigation header that makes it easy to navigate between the blogs in the network.
Please leave some comments for us on topics you would like to hear us blog about!
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hi - some more info around the launch of SP1 for System Centre Configuration Manager would be appreciated. We can not manage Windows 8 machines until this is released. Also awaiting info on the next update for System Centre Virtual Machine Manager to allow support of Windows Server 2012 would be nice..
Most of the links only go to http://blogs.technet.com/b/
more details about the upcoming SP1 on the different products are very welcome.
Thanks for reporting that. Fixed.
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