System Center Training St. Louis
Microsoft System Center is a comprehensive management platform that enables you to more easily and efficiently manage your IT environments, including your server infrastructure and client devices.
System Center 2007 and System Center 2012
This five-day course is intended for Configuration Manager Administrators who are responsible for configuring and managing one or more System Center Configuration Manager sites and all supporting systems. Individuals who are interested in taking exam 70-243 TS: Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, Configuring can also attend this course
At Course Completion students will describe the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager feature set, discover and organize resources, manage the Configuration Manager client, manage inventory and software metering, query and report data, manage software deployments by using packages and programs, create and deploy applications, manage application deployment, deploy and manage software updates, implement System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection, deploy operating systems by using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, manage compliance settings on devices, and manage mobile devices, Learn to configure Wake On LAN, Power Management, and Remote Control.
This course is intended for Windows Server 2003 or later administrators who have experience working within a Windows Active Directory domain environment and have a good understanding of Windows Server based network services. Familiarity with a support ticketing system is helpful.
At course completions students will be able to install and configure a management group, configure management group and agent settings, identify the components of Management Packs, install and configure reporting, manage Agentless Exception Monitoring, manage Audit Collection Services, create Synthetic Transactions, create Distributed Applications, monitor system in untrusted domains and workgroups, and configure a management group hierarchy.
Data Protection Manager
This course is intended for backup system administrators. Knowledge of operating systems and backup devices is assumed.
At Course Completion students will be able to plan a DPM deployment, install and configure DPM and the protection agent, protect enterprise applications like Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft SharePoint Services and virtual machines using DPM, backup and recover data from DPM servers, backup and restore system state of DPM servers, and identify and resolve problems with DPM servers, protection agents, and protected data.
Virtual Machine Manager
The audience for this class would be Consultants or Integrators planning on doing Enterprise VMM implementations and advanced VMM administrators
At Course Completion students will be able to identify installation prerequisites and requirements for VMM, select secure settings for VMM installations; and install VMM management packs, describe prerequisites for installing the Administrator Console; configure the Windows Firewall for the VMM Administrator Console; and configure managed hosts, describe prerequisites for the VMM Self-Service Portal; configure IIS to support the Self-Service Portal; and install the Self-Service Portal, configure host server hardware to support VMs, add VM hosts to VMM; install the VMM agent; add VMWare servers to VMM; and create filters, configure delegated administration; set host or group permissions; and configure VMM settings to support a test environment, configure access to the VMM Self-Service Portal; configure quotas on the VMM Self-Service Portal; and self-provision VMs using the VMM Self-Service Portal, add a VMM library including library shares and library servers and manage the contents of VMM library shares. Deploy VMs using multiple methods; and use Intelligent Placement to deploy VMs, identify considerations for SAN VM migrations; perform a Quick Migration; and use Intelligent Placement to move a VM, convert a physical computer to a VM, convert other VM formats to Hyper-V VMs using VMM. Describe considerations for configuring host clustering and describe procedures for configuring host clustering, describe considerations for configuring guest clustering and describe procedures for configuring guest clustering, identify scenarios where VMM Checkpoints may be used to meet operational requirements and create a VM Checkpoint, describe considerations for patch management using System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and deploy patches using WSUS, describe and configure SCOM reporting, use SCOM to select potential virtualization targets based on workload and performance characteristics, describe considerations for monitoring host server utilization; measure and analyze host server utilization; and identify important considerations in growth planning, monitor and manage the progress of VMM jobs, and locate failed jobs and recover failed jobs.
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