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Operations Manager 2012: Overview, Setup and Configuration


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Recording from the Best of MMS Event in Belgium on June 15, 2011.


Operations Manager 2012 public beta is almost here – so be the first to see what is coming in the next generation of IT monitoring. This session will provide you with an overview of the capabilities in OpsMgr 2012. With Operations Manager 2012 public beta almost here, this session will get you started by explaining the new OpsMgr 2012 configuration – without an RMS!! We'll also look at configuring high availability and pooling of management servers, as well as other new concepts to be sure that you are ready to get the most out of the upcoming beta.


Alexandre is a Managing Principal Consultant at Infront Consulting Group and has a strong focus on everything around the Microsoft System Center product family and an industry expert in the systems management area. He has a wealth of systems management expertise, and uses this expertise to help his customers to achieve an easier to manage ICT environment.

Alexandre is an ITIL- certified engineer and strives to deliver quality on every single assignment he has. Additionally he believes strongly in sharing knowledge amongst his peers, for this particular belief he founded the System Center User Group Belgium. SCUG shares a wealth of System Center knowledge through its online webpresence at but also through at least 4 events a year where SCUG members or international industry experts present on Systems Management topics.

As an industry expert and MVP Alexandre is a frequent speaker and ask-the-expert guest at both national and international events. In line with the continued education principle Alexandre can also be found at both national and international industry events to stay on top of what is moving in the industry, watch industry trends, and analyze how this might benefit its customers.

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Published Date: June 28, 2011
Presented By: Anthony de Bruyn




Video: WMV (ZIP) (no longer available)