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Annual Review – Microsoft System Center

In 2013 Systemnet Data were delighted to record the following deployment record in relation to Microsoft System Center.

  • 2 System Center Service Manager deployments (SCSM)
  • 4 System Center Operations Manager deployments (SCOM)
  • 4 System Center Orchestrator deployments (SCORCH)
  • 3 System Center Configuration Manager deployments (SCCM)
  • 2 System Center Data Protection Manager deployments (SCDPM)
  • 4 System Center Virtual Machine Manager deployments (SCVMM)
  • 4 System Center App Controller deployments (SCAC)

These deployments are addition to our work with Symantec, Solarwinds, Prince 2, ITIL and much much more.

The team look forward to expanding on this impressive record in 2014.

System Center Orchestrator Developer Required

SystemNet Data urgently require a Microsoft System Center Orchestrator Developer for a short project in the North East of England. All applicant must have 6-12 months experience of Orchestrator 2012 and have the automatic right to work in the UK.

For more information please contact us.

10 years

Today is 10 years to the day that I landed in Germany after a long delayed flight (Thanks Lufthansa) and some aggro from German Customs and ended up starting work with two technologies from Microsoft Called Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM)and Systems Management Server (SMS). In the past 10 years I have seen these products grow, mature, expand and develop into what is now known as The Microsoft System Center Suite. In its 2012 SP1 incarnation it is a wonderful highly configurable suite of tools offering, monitoring, management, process automation, virtualisation and business continuity for any large company. Yes there are competitors out there and all of these tools have their fans, detractors and little foibles. This little suite however has been a major part of my work life for 10 years and I for one look back at the start and look at now and see how they have matured. On a personal note this day 10 years ago was the start of a love hate relationship with British Airways on a major level, a hotel bill and business mileage claim that are both sky high and started some good business relationships which are enduring to this day. It is rumoured that it is also responsible for me smoking quite a bit, going grey and a few other things besides. In September I will celebrate 18 years in the technology industry, the stories I will be able to recount in that blog……..