Unified IT Management for SMBs
System Center Essentials 2010 enables midsized organizations to manage both physical and virtual environments from a single console.
If you’re managing the IT infrastructure in a small or medium-sized organization, you too can have the tools to manage a broad range of tasks across physical and virtual servers.
Using Essentials 2010 to virtualize your environment can help maximize limited IT resources by consolidating underutilized physical servers and more rapidly provisioning new virtual machines, which you can use as application servers or for other tasks.
Where PerfMon falls short, Essentials comes in with a powerful, flexible, configurable option for monitoring just about any aspect your servers exhibit.
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The System Center product portfolio provides a unified management approach for applications and workloads across on-premises datacenters, private cloud and public cloud environments.