Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) published another installment of videos helping you learn about the System Center 2012. In this part of the learning videos:
The first video entitle “System Center Configuration Manager 2012 Overview and Infrastructure – Application Management Part 1” helps you learn the basics of application management in System Center Configuration Manager 2012. See the changes in Software Distribution (SWD) and how this is used in Private Cloud, SaaS, App-V, VDI and mobile environments.
This video “Application Management Part 2” helps you learn more about Software Distribution (SWD).
This will look more in depth at enhance detection methods, application uninstallation and supersedence, as well as some other new features.
“Compliance and Settings Management” video shows how System Center Configuration Manager 2012 will enhance the compliance, security and customization in your datacenter.
This video covers configuration items, baselines, deployment, collection and the ConfigMgr Agent.
“Deployment and Infrastructure Technical Overview” helps you understand the infrastructure changes coming in System Center Configuration Manager 2012 to simplify the configuration and management of the infrastructure.
In this video you will learn about sites, distribution points, replication and integration with AD.
System Center Configuration Manager 2012 has invested in Software Update Management (SUM) to made it easier to configure, deploy and maintain the software in your environment. In this video “Software Update Management” video you learn more about superseded updates, the SUM admin role, client agent settings, simplified update groups, automation, GUI changes, alerts, reporting and the content library.
SCCM 2012 Settings Management – The M in DCM Truly Becomes Management –
ConfigMgr 2012 extends the desired configuration management feature to remediate the settings. Whereas the previous version mainly focused on monitoring desired state, and leaving the remediation over to the ConfigMgr admin.
In this session we look at the underappreciated DCM feature and see what is feasible with this extension to the DCM feature.
“Building a Service Template in Virtual Machine Manager 2012” – John Baker shows how you can use System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 to delegate private cloud access to users and admins, as well as how to create a new private cloud, virtual machines and service templates all before deploying a service to the cloud.
“Building Your Cloud Infrastructure with Virtual Machine Manager 2012,” Baker shows how you can use SCVMM 2012 to streamline network and storage resources that are allocated to virtual machines as well as how to create new Hyper-V hosts and host clusters.