Management and Deployment Firestarter –Must Attend Event

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If you missed the national Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) last week, you can still get the highlights by attending the TechNet Firestarter coming to your area this month. This is a must attend event for all IT Professionals. Do what you have to do to get things at work covered so you do not miss this incredible show!!! Hint: Don’t miss the Keynote! Get a glimpse of all the new tools including SCVMM 2012

To Manage and Deploy: Take control of your critical infrastructure with the Microsoft Management Stack.

Move from crisis mode to enhanced IT control with the Microsoft management stack. Join your local TechNet Events team for a full day of live learning and see first-hand how to plan, deploy and implement today’s most powerful infrastructure management tools. Dan Stolts (ITProGuru) and John Baker your East Region IT Pro Evangelists will go deep inside the latest capabilities of Microsoft System Center Essentials 2010, Management Packs for System Center Operations Manager, System Center Virtual Manager, and System Center Configuration Manager. You’ll leave these free sessions with the knowledge and resources you need to more effectively manage your complete IT environment.

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Keynote – Stop putting out fires: Proactive IT infrastructure management

Do you feel like you’re always in crisis mode? Do you want to learn what it takes to become a proactive and rationalized IT shop? Are you ready for the cloud? In this session, we will address these issues and more as we explore the Microsoft management stack. We’ll look at both on-premise solutions and an achievable pathway to the cloud. You’ll walk away with a basic understanding of Microsoft’s management stack tools, plus valuable planning and implementation resources. Join us and learn how to get more from your most precious asset – your time.

Integrated Management for Small-to-Medium-Size Enterprises

If you’re responsible for managing less than 500 clients and 50 servers, Microsoft System Center Essentials 2010 is the ideal solution for your organization. In this session, you’ll learn how to proactively and efficiently oversee your complete IT environment. We’ll also take a comprehensive look at the capabilities Essentials 2010 provides for more effective infrastructure management. Whether it’s monitoring, troubleshooting, asset tracking or distributing software that’s causing on-the-job headaches, join us and see how Essentials 2010 can ease your pain.

See the Forest and the Trees with Strategic Infrastructure Management

Take control of your IT infrastructure with the management packs for System Center Operations Manager (SCOM). We’ll start with a peek inside the installation process, then dive into the system and management packs that make it easy to monitor all critical infrastructure. Whether you have SharePoint, SQL Server, Exchange, File Server, or AD, simply choose the right pack, plug it in and get started. You can even extend the packs to monitor Linux and other third-party products. By the end of this session, you’ll be ready to move from reactionary to preventative mode and use powerful management packs to keep your key infrastructure humming.

Get A Grip On Your Virtual World: Advanced Virtualization Management

By now, you’ve covered the basics of System Center Virtual Manager (SCVM) and the incredible view it provides of the entire virtualized world. In this session, we’ll go deeper and explore how SCVM’s advanced capabilities promote more effective, efficient virtual infrastructure management. We’ll cover automated VM deployment, physical to virtual conversion, Pro Tips, integration with Microsoft Operations Manager, and much, much more. Don’t miss this valuable, fast-paced session.

Look Mom, No Hands! Zero Touch Software and OS Deployment

If you like automation, you’ll love System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) – a comprehensive management tool used to assess, deploy, and update servers, client computers and devices across physical, virtual, distributed, and mobile environments. You’ll learn how SCCM can help you realize cost savings and promote more efficient infrastructure management. We’ll also focus on the Software Distribution and Operating System Deployment functionality and how to simplify and automate your operating system and application deployments to your desktops.