System Center 2012: Private Cloud Ready
System Center 2012 is now available as the most cost effective and flexible platform for managing your traditional datacenters, private and public clouds, and client computers and devices.
System Center 2012 is available worldwide and the time is now to try it out to discover how a private cloud can benefit your organization.
Download Microsoft System Center 2012 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 and start building your Microsoft private cloud today.
Download System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and Endpoint Protection and discover how IT can deliver resources to corporate-owned and personal devices while maintaining compliance and security.
May 10, 2012 -- During the 24 hours of this online event, you will hear from top industry and technical professionals from around the world to help you better understand the Microsoft private cloud technology solutions that are available today. See how other industry organizations view the public cloud and how the role of the IT Professional will evolve as more and more organizations begin a private cloud transformation.
Watch Brad Anderson’s keynote addresses from the Microsoft Management Summit to get an inside view into the latest private cloud and device management offerings.
Learn about the problems cloud computing solves and how Microsoft provides the most flexible private cloud in the industry.
Private Cloud Training
Learn how to optimize and deploy the private cloud starting at the infrastructure layer.
Gain in-depth knowledge on the new System Center 2012 product, while building the necessary skills to grow in your IT role and career.
Become private cloud certified and prove your knowledge in managing and implementing Microsoft private cloud technologies.
Related Technet Features
Microsoft private cloud solutions are built using Windows Server with Hyper-V and System Center – the combination of which provides enterprise class virtualization, end-to-end service management and deep insight into applications.
Your Management Infrastructure is becoming an Integrated Fabric