Investigate and learn how the Microsoft Cloud OS vision can positively benefit the way your entire organization functions and understand how the key tenets of transforming modern datacenter can provide many benefits to enterprise IT today. This course will walk you through the key steps and technology capabilities in planning, deploying and managing this type of environment.
In this module you be introduced to the architecture and design concepts for deploying an integrated datacenter environment built with: Windows Server, System Center, SQL Server and Windows Azure.
In this module you will learn about the underlying infrastructure set up and preparing for a resiliant cloud infrastructure.
In this module you will learn about dynamic capabilities that you can take advantage of in Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V.
In this module you learn about service delivery and automation and how to build out the processes and controls to provide services back to the business units in a self service environment.
In this module you learn about how to expand your cloud outside of your datacenter and take advantage of the resources provided by a Service Provider (hoster) or by Windows Azure.
In this module you learn about how you can improve datacenter service levels with dynamic reporting and monitoring to provide deep application insight.
In this module you learn about how you can extend the boundaries of your datacenter and gain greater capacity utilizing public cloud infrastructure such as Windows Azure.
In this module you learn about how to scale datacenter capacity using System Center 2012 SP1, through setting up automated reporting that allows insights into resource utilization across all of your clouds - on premises, Windows Azure or a Service Provider.
In this module you learn how to ensure that the applications running in your infrastructure are resilient to all types of failures, and how to instigate and properly back up your workloads for recovery using the Data Protection Manager Component of System Center 2012 SP1.