5 key areas of Microsoft vision on systems management

Unified Management in its turn could result in real world implementations of Microsofts Dynamic Datacenter dream: The tools are now available to achieve it to some level. The choice to implement a Server Core or Full installation in the Dynamic Datacenter can be made on real arguments and using VMWare ESX(i), Hyper-V enabled Windows Servers or […]

Unified Management in its turn could result in real world implementations of Microsofts Dynamic Datacenter dream: The tools are now available to achieve it to some level. The choice to implement a Server Core or Full installation in the Dynamic Datacenter can be made on real arguments and using VMWare ESX(i), Hyper-V enabled Windows Servers or Hyper-V servers should not matter. Let’s take a look at 5 key areas of Microsoft vision on systems management:

1. Tasks-based management   
2. One-Stop Console management    
3. Best Practice Management   
4. Management through web services    
5. Management on the command line

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