Microsoft Canada Webcast: Maximizing your Microsoft Licensing Investment with System Center 2012 Kalvin Falconar, CISSP Technology Solutions Professional – Client Optimization Rod Kruetzfeld Technology Solutions Professional – Data Center Optimization AGENDA • • Agenda • Evolution of Microsoft Client Management 2012 Client Management Infancy (NT Domain) Groups Model Laptops, Servers, Enterprise Scale Comprehensive Management Management from the Cloud Consumerization of IT System Center 2012 SP1 & Intune Empower Users Unify Infrastructure Simplify Administration Empower people to be more productive from anywhere on any device. Reduce costs by unifying IT management infrastructure. Improve IT effectiveness and efficiency. What is driving change? • • • Empower Users Unify Infrastructure Simplify Administration Empower people to be more productive from anywhere on any device. Reduce costs by unifying IT management infrastructure. Improve IT effectiveness and efficiency. Empower Users Application Delivery Mobile Device Management Self Service Empower people to be more productive from anywhere on any device. User-centric Application Delivery Empower Administrator Delivery Evaluation Criteria • Deliver best user experience on each device • Define application once < > • User • Device type • Network connection User/Device Relationships Windows Embedded Primary Devices • MSI • App-V Non-primary Devices • VDI • Presentation Server • Remote Desktop Mobile Device Management Management for all Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) connected devices • • • • EAS-based policy delivery Discovery and inventory Settings policy Remote Wipe 7 Empower Intune – Mobile Device Management Cloud-based Management Achieve enterprise class management without any hardware or infrastructure Self Service Intune – software installation Self-Service Enable self-service device enrollment and application installation, including from mobile devices Unify Infrastructure Reduced Infrastructure Requirements Unified Management of Virtual Clients Power Management Compliance & Settings Management Reduce costs by unifying IT management infrastructure. Software Update Management Endpoint Protection Endpoint Protection Simplify Administration Software Updates Role-based Administration Operating System Deployment Client Health Improve IT effectiveness and efficiency. Asset Intelligence Asset Intelligence, Inventory, and Software Metering Simplify Consolidated/simplified reporting that allows you to: • Understand software installation profiles • Plan for hardware upgrades • Identify over or under licensing issues • Track custom apps or groups of titles Real-time Application and Hardware Intelligence Asset Intelligence Service ConfigMgr Inventory Asset Intelligence Catalog Software Metering & License Reports System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 Enhancements include: • • • • http://blogs.technet.com/b/server-cloud/archive/2012/09/10/system-center-2012-configurationmanager-sp1-beta-and-windows-intune-update.aspx. “We plan to do more with Microsoft software as soon as we get the funding. Best of all, we no longer need to worry about finding vendors who can help us or whether new software will run in our environment.” Kate Pitchford, Director of Information Technology, Chesapeake Public Schools School district reduces time network staff spends on trouble tickets by 43 percent Chesapeake Public Schools (CPS) had an outdated IT infrastructure based on Novell software, which presented issues that included application incompatibility, trouble finding local support, and the need to reboot some servers on a daily basis CPS migrated to a centrally managed IT infrastructure based on Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, and Microsoft System Center and Microsoft Forefront products Rapid implementation and rollout Reduced day-to-day system administration and support Greater reliability and security Improved skills usage and availability Improved user experience University Avoids Estimated CDN$600,000 Expense, Boosts Performance with Private Cloud The University of Waterloo virtualized the infrastructure at its Department of Housing and Residences to reduce costs and boost performance. It accomplished that but, as demands on the infrastructure grew, so did the need for further innovation. The department met that need with Microsoft private cloud technology, avoiding an estimated CDN$600,000 (US$605,275) in new costs, speeding virtual deployments from days to minutes, and increasing application quality and availability. …tripled the density of virtual machines per host, reducing the need for additional hardware. It now supports about 360 virtual machines on 16 blade and rack-mounted servers, instead of the 35 host servers it would have needed at its previous virtual machine-to-host density. At about CDN$6,500 (US$6,556) per server, the department saved more than $200,000… http://www.microsoft.com/canada/casestudies/Case_Study_Detail.aspx?CaseStudyID=710000001104 Comprehensive Management Microsoft System Center 2012 is an integrated management platform that helps you to easily and efficiently manage your datacenters, client devices, and hybrid cloud IT environments. Router Employee Microsoft Forefront Security for Office Communications Server Microsoft SharePoint Online Microsoft Office Web Apps Microsoft Office Communications Online/Lync Online Microsoft Exchange Online Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2006/Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 Microsoft Outlook (RPC over HTTP/S) Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007/Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007/2010 Roles: Mailbox, Client Access, Hub Transport, Unified Messaging Partner Exchange Hosted Services (Exchange Hosted Archive, Exchange Hosted Encryption, Exchange Hosted Filtering, Exchange Hosted Continuity) Windows Azure Platform (Windows Azure) Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server/Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server Microsoft Exchange Server 2007/2010 Role: Edge Transport Server Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3/2012 Microsoft BizTalk Server 2009/2010 Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010/Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection 2012 Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint Internet 802.11x—Hot Spots Broadband IP (443), S HTTPS Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2/Lync Server 2010 Web Conferencing Edge Server Access Edge Server Audio/Visual Conferencing Edge Server Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2/Lync Server 2010 Microsoft SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 Database Server Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008/2008 R2 Internet Cellular Network PS (4 HTT 43), SIP Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2006/ Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 Intelligent Application Gateway 2007/Forefront Unified Access Gateway 2010 Desktop Clients Router SkyDrive Windows Live Windows Intune Microsoft Forefront Security for SharePoint/Microsoft Forefront Protection 2010 for SharePoint Windows Server Appfabric Windows Embedded Device Manager 2011 Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager 2010/2012 Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 Terminal Services Gateway/ Remote Desktop Services Gateway Internet 802.11x—Hot Spots Virtual Desktop Infrastructure/ Terminal Services Sessions/ Remote Desktop Session via Remote Desktop Protocol Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2/2012 Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2008/ 2008 R2 Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Suite Microsoft Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007/Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 Microsoft Forefront Server Security Management Console Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 Windows Deployment Services Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Group Policy Terminal Services/Remote Desktop Services Opalis/System Center Orchestrator 2012 Microsoft System Center Service Manager 2010/2012 Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2/2012 SIP/MTLS/5061 SIP/TLS/443 HTTPS (443) Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2006/ Forefront Threat Management Gateway 2010 Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5/4.6 Microsoft Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 Network Policy and Access Services Internet Information Services 7.0/7.5 Network Access Protection Microsoft BranchCache DirectAccess Network File System Volume Shadow Copy Service Virtualization available for all servers above Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 Active Directory Domain Services Active Directory Rights Management Services Remote Fx Active Directory Federation Services Active Directory Certificate Services Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack 2008 R2/2009 R2 Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 with Hyper-V Line-of-Business Applications Configuration Manager New for System Center 2012 Improved settings management with remediation Integrated anti-malware with System Center Endpoint Protection Role-based administration Benefits Reduce compliance complexity Improve support for virtualized environments Reduce cost through integrated security Service Manager New for System Center 2012 Service catalog Self-service request portal Release and SLA management Data warehousing and reporting Benefits Increase organizational agility with customized service offerings Improve corporate compliance through process management Improve business intelligence through customized reporting Operations Manager New for System Center 2012 Benefits Application performance management Simplify management with visibility across the stack Monitoring across public and private clouds Decrease time to resolution with deep application insight Improved UNIX and Linux support Improve insights with personalized reporting Network monitoring Customizable dashboards Orchestrator NEW! New for System Center 2012 Workflow automation Third-party integration Simple design of custom workflow runbooks and integration packs Publish-subscribe data bus Benefits Lower costs and increase reliability by automating repetitive tasks Simplify heterogeneous data center management Data Protection Manager New for System Center 2012 Benefits Centralized management of servers with Data Protection Manager Save time with consolidated management server console Role-based administration Secure access for the broader IT team Item-level recovery for virtual machines Quicker time to recovery Virtual Machine Manager New for System Center 2012 Benefits Aggregate, standardize, and delegate data center resources Preserve and optimize existing infrastructure investments Multi-vendor hypervisor support Improve infrastructure SLAs Service templates Save time with standardized service creation and upgrades Server application virtualization Reduce costs through power optimization Dynamic optimization App Controller NEW! New for System Center 2012 Benefits Role-based access for the App Owner Increase App Owner agility with self-service interface Single view of delegated resources across private and public clouds Save time by bringing together all delegated infrastructure Deploy and manage services in addition to virtual machines Improve reliability by deploying template-based services System Center Helps Deliver IT as a Service Configure App Controller Orchestrator Deploy Virtual Machine Manager Self Service Service Model Service Delivery and Automation Operations Manager Configuration Manager Data Protection Manager App Owner Service Manager DC Admin Service Manager Monitor Operate Application Management Service Delivery and Automation Infrastructure Management Deployment Options • http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/systemcenter/hh285244 • http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/systemcenter/hh285243 • http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/systemcenter/hh315836 • www.microsoft.com\systemcenter • http://technet.microsoft.com/enus/evalcenter/hh505660.aspx?ocid;otc-f-corp-jtcDPR&wt.mc_id=TEC_103_1_33 • www.mms-2012.com Q&A k[email protected] [email protected] © 2012 Microsoft Corporation. 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