On Wednesday the 17th of May the Windows Management User Group is organizing a Webinar hosted by Marnix Wolf. Marnix will talk to our audience on the subject System Center.
Title: Is the System Center stack dead or not?
Abstract: With Microsoft’s Cloud & Mobile First strategy, our world has changed drastically. Not a single Microsoft product is left untouched. The same goes for System Center stack. Many of the components of this stack date from the pre-cloud era whereas other SC components were invented in order to enable/support the Private Cloud strategy, which on itself is already abandoned or at least outdated by now. So where does it leave System Center? Is it dead? Or about to die? Is SC still worth the investment or is it time to abandon ship and head for the cloud? And when so, what are the cloud based alternatives? Are they better/cheaper/easier to use? Is it possible to migrate on-premise workloads from the SC components to the cloud? Whenever you ask yourself one or more of the above questions, join the webinar in order to get some decent answers. No marketing mumbo-jumbo but the ‘real deal’, experiences from the field. No cloud washing nor bashing!
Bio Marnix Wolf: Marnix has over 16 years’ experience in IT. Before becoming a consultant he worked as a senior System Engineer for multiple companies. Since November 2008 he runs a blog about OMS, SCOM & Azure 'Thoughts On OMS, OpsMgr & Azure', with an average of 1200+ visitors per working day. Nowadays he works for Didacticum as a senior System Center consultant, with a strong focus on Azure, Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS) and the System Center stack, mainly Operations Manager (SCOM) and Configuration Manager (SCCM/ConfigMgr).