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Build a Private Cloud with Windows Server & System Center Jump Start

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View the first of two Jump Starts in a series covering the end-to-end process of implementing a MS cloud solution, providing a deep dive into key topics associated with implementing a Microsoft hybrid cloud solution. This Jump Start is a scenario-based, bottom up approach to designing and building your private cloud on Windows Server 2012 and incorporating the full spectrum of System Center 2012 SP1 components. MVP Pete Zerger and Microsoft Senior Technical Evangelist Symon Perriman focus on bringing a greater understanding to key topics related to the fabric, such as virtual networking and leveraging the storage and networking capabilities of WS2012 along with creating service templates in VMM and on the Service Manager CMDB as we move up the management stack. Additionally you learn how the service-catalog comes together to deliver an intuitive self-service experience in a step-by-step approach.


Instructors | Pete Zerger - MVP and Managing Principal Consultant; Symon Perriman - Senior Technical Evangelist


Associated Exam(s) | 70-243: Administering and Deploying System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
Associated Course(s) | 10747: Administering System Center 2012 Configuration Manager; 10748: Deploying System Center 2012 Configuration Manager


Course owner: Dean Of Colleges
Modules
01 | Planning Your Cloud Implementation
9 Points -  Level 200
02 | Building the Cloud Fabric
9 Points -  Level 200
03 | Preparing for Self-Service
9 Points -  Level 200
04 | Building Your Service Catalog
9 Points -  Level 200
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