What a phenomenal two-day course! Microsoft Learning, DPE and the Microsoft System Center 2012 team partnered to deliver a new Jump Start course on February 21-22 that was re-broadcast live on April 3-4. Altogether, almost 3,000 IT professionals participated and the instructor team received NSAT scores of 181 and 170, respectively! Microsoft Technical Evangelist Symon Perriman moderated the entire course and Senior Product Marketing Managers, Kenon Owens, Sean Christensen, Adam Hall and Anant Sundaram each led sessions.
Creating and Managing a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 Jump StartThis course makes it clear why Microsoft's new private cloud solutions, based on System Center 2012 and Windows Server, have garnered so much attention. This 300-level course targets IT Pros and was delivered via live virtual classroom. The HD-quality videos are available now on TechNet Edge, MS Showcase, iTunes and Zune.
Why is this Jump Start a good time investment? Who should watch the video recordings? This accelerated Jump Start is tailored for IT professionals familiar with Windows Server technologies, Hyper-V virtualization, and the System Center management solutions. The course is designed to provide a fast-paced and technical understanding of how and why Microsoft’s approach to the private cloud delivers scalability, security, flexibility and control. Here are few unique benefits of this course:
Day 1: Deployment & Configuration - Module 1: Introduction to the Microsoft Private Cloud with System Center 2012 - Module 2: Configure & Deploy Infrastructure Components - Module 3: Configure & Deploy the Private Cloud Infrastructure - Module 4: Configure & Deploy Service Delivery & Automation - Module 5: Configure & Deploy Application Management
Day 2: Management & Operations - Module 6: Monitor & Operate Infrastructure Components - Module 7: Monitor & Operate the Private Cloud Infrastructure - Module 8: Monitor & Operate Service Delivery & Automation - Module 9: Monitor & Operate Application Management
What’s a “Jump Start” Course? Training specifically designed for experienced technologists whose jobs demand they know how to best leverage new, emerging Microsoft technologies. These advanced courses assume a certain level of expertise and domain knowledge, so they move quickly and cover topics in a fashion that enables teams to effectively map new skills to real-world situations.