Get valuable tips and techniques for automating your cloud deployments with Azure PowerShell cmdlets, and learn how to provision Azure services on the fly. In this hands-on guide, Microsoft cloud technology expert Michael Washam shows you how to automate various management tasks and deploy solutions that are both complex and at scale. By combining the native automation capabilities of PowerShell with Azure Infrastructure Services, these powerful cmdlets enable you to create and configure virtual machines with ease. You’ll learn how to take advantage of these technologies to build complete virtual networks. If you have experience with PowerShell and Azure, you’re ready to get started. Install and authenticate cmdlets to set up your environment Create and update virtual machines with Azure platform images Manage network endpoints, access control lists, and IP addresses Use cmdlets to manage and configure virtual machine storage Automate Azure virtual networks with hybrid technologies such as site-to-site, point-to-site, and ExpressRoute Dive into advanced virtual machine provisioning capabilities and management techniques Learn tips and tricks for deleting or moving virtual machines within (or out of) your subscription
From the Data Center to the Cloud with PowerShell
Author: Michael Washam
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Cloud computing is the most significant technology transformation since the introduction of the Internet in the early 1990s. As more and more companies and educational institutions plan to adopt a cloud-based IT infrastructure, today’s job market requires IT professionals who understand cloud computing and have hands-on experience developing cloud-based networks. Cloud Computing Networking: Theory, Practice, and Development covers the key networking and system administration concepts as well as the vital hands-on skills you need to master cloud technology. This book is designed to help you quickly get started in deploying cloud services for a real-world business. It provides detailed step-by-step instructions for creating a fully functioning cloud-based IT infrastructure using the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. In this environment, you can develop cloud services collaboratively or individually. The book enhances your hands-on skills through numerous lab activities. In these lab activities, you will learn to Implement the following services in a cloud environment: Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, and Certificate Services Configure Windows Server so it can route IP traffic Implement IP Security Policy and Windows Firewall with Advanced Security tools Create a point-to-site connection between Microsoft Azure and a local computer Create a site-to-site connection between Microsoft Azure and an on-premises network Develop a hybrid cloud that integrates Microsoft Azure with a private cloud created on a local network Cloud Computing Networking: Theory, Practice, and Development includes numerous examples, figures, and screen shots to help you understand the information. Each chapter concludes with a summary of the major topics and a set of review questions. With this book, you will soon have the critical knowledge and skills to develop and manage cloud-based networks.
Theory, Practice, and Development
Author: Lee Chao
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Business & Economics
Understand, create, deploy, and maintain a public cloud usingMicrosoft Azure Mastering Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Services guidesyou through the process of creating and managing a public cloud andvirtual network using Microsoft Azure. With step-by-stepinstruction and clear explanation, this book equips you with theskills required to provide services both on-premises andoff-premises through full virtualization, providing a deeperunderstanding of Azure's capabilities as an infrastructure service.Each chapter includes online videos that visualize and enhance theconcepts presented in the book, and access to a Windows app thatprovides instant Azure updates and demonstrates the process ofgoing from on-premises to public cloud via Azure. Coverage includesstorage customization, connectivity, virtual networks, backing up,hybrid environments, System Center management, and more, giving youeverything you need to understand, evaluate, deploy, and maintainenvironments that utilize Microsoft Azure. Understand cost, options, and applications of Infrastructure asa Service (IaaS) Enable on- and off-premises connectivity to Azure Customize Azure templates and management processes Exploit key technologies and embrace the hybridenvironment Mastering Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Services is yourtotal solution.
Author: John Savill
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This book is designed to help administrators and developers better automate Azure management tasks. No prior knowledge of PowerShell is required.
Author: John Chapman,Aman Dhally
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
This book provides you with an introduction to the Microsoft automation solutions: Azure Automation and Service Management Automation. Throughout the chapters, the text explores these tools and how they can be used to meet the automation needs of your Microsoft Azure cloud solutions or your enterprise datacenter environments. We provide considerations on the features of each solution, and how they can be architected to fit your needs. Next, the text explores the interfaces you will use to interact with the solutions, including the web-based portals, Windows PowerShell command-line interaction, and programmatic access via the web services. The text then covers how you implement and manage automation using runbooks, assets, and Integration Modules, along with how you can use a source control system to manage runbook content. Finally, some examples of automation scenarios are discussed, providing you with samples that can be used to speed development in your own solution.
Author: Mitch Tulloch,Rob Costello,Richard Maunsell
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Prepare for Microsoft Exam 70-533--and help demonstrate your real-world mastery of Microsoft Azure infrastructure solution implementation. Designed for experienced IT pros ready to advance their status, Exam Ref focuses on the critical-thinking and decision-making acumen needed for success at the Microsoft Specialist level. Focus on the expertise measured by these objectives: Deploy, configure, monitor, and scale websites Implement virtual machine workloads, images, disks, networking, and storage Configure, deploy, manage, and monitor cloud services Implement blobs, Azure files, SQL databases, and recovery services Manage access and configure diagnostics, monitoring, and analytics Implement an Azure Active Directory and integrate apps Configure and modify virtual networks, including multisite and hybrid networks This Microsoft Exam Ref: Organizes its coverage by exam objectives Features strategic, what-if scenarios to challenge you Will be valuable for IT pros, including enterprise architects; DevOps, network, server, virtualization, and identity engineers; and storage or security administrators Assumes you have experience implementing Microsoft Azure infrastructure solutions Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions About the Exam Exam 70-533 focuses on the skills and knowledge needed to implement web- sites, virtual machines, cloud services, storage, Azure Active Directory, and virtual networks with Microsoft Azure. About Microsoft Certification Passing this exam earns you a Microsoft Specialist certification in Microsoft Azure, demonstrating your expertise with the Microsoft Azure enterprise-grade cloud platform. You can earn this certification by passing Exam 70-532, Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions; or Exam 70-533, Imple- menting Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions; or Exam 70-534, Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions. See full details at: microsoft.com/learning
Author: Michael Washam,Rick Rainey
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Das Herausgeberwerk zeigt Chancen und Risiken des Cloud Computings auf, bringt Lesern das Thema durch anschauliche Beispiele aus Forschung und Praxis näher und zeigt die Implikationen auf, die aus dieser neuen Infrastruktur resultieren. Die Beitragsautoren präsentieren technische Lösungen, Geschäftsmodelle und Visionen, die einerseits die Herausforderungen und Hürden des Cloud Computing aufgreifen – technisch, rechtlich, prozessbezogen – und andererseits die Chancen und Nutzen dieses Architekturansatzes in den Mittelpunkt stellen. Es ist zeitgemäß, IT-Infrastrukturen, Daten und Applikationen aus der lokalen Umgebung in eine Cloud auszulagern. Der Anwender kann sich der angebotenen IT-Dienstleistungen unter Nutzung von Self-Service-Ansätzen bedienen, in Abhängigkeit davon, was und wieviel er gerade benötigt – und auch nur dafür wird gezahlt. Bereitgestellt, gewartet und aktualisiert werden die IT-Ressourcen zentral. Je nach Art der IT-Dienstleistung, die über die Cloud bereitgestellt werden, unterscheidet man zwischen IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service, PaaS – Platform as a Service und SaaS – Software as a Service. Der Sicherheitsbedarf und die Leistungsfähigkeit der Unternehmens-IT entscheiden darüber, ob man diesen Zentralisierungsansatz unternehmensintern in einer Private Cloud oder unternehmensextern in einer Public Cloud umsetzt. Sogenannte Hybrid Clouds sind ein Mittelweg, der sich immer stärker etabliert. Das Buch richtet sich an alle, die sich umfassend und praxisnah zum Thema Cloud Computing informieren möchten und die nach einer modernen Infrastruktur für die Umsetzung von Digitalisierungsansätzen suchen.
Die Infrastruktur der Digitalisierung
Author: Stefan Reinheimer
Adopt Azure IaaS and migrate your on-premise infrastructure partially or fully to Azure. This book provides practical solutions by following Microsoft’s design and best practice guidelines for building highly available, scalable, and secure solution stacks using Microsoft Azure IaaS. The author starts by giving an overview of Azure IaaS and its components: you’ll see the new aspects of Azure Resource Manager, storage in IaaS, and Azure networking. As such, you’ll cover design considerations for migration and implementation of infrastructure services, giving you practical skills to apply to your own projects. The next part of the book takes you through the different components of Azure IaaS that need to be included in a resilient architecture and how to set up a highly available infrastructure in Azure. The author focuses on the tools available for Azure IaaS automated provisioning and the different performance monitoring and fine-tuning options available for the platform. Finally, you’ll gain practical skills in Azure security and implementing Azure architectures. After reading Practical Microsoft Azure IaaS, you will have learned how to map the familiar on-premise architecture components to their cloud infrastructure counterparts. This book provides a focused and practical approach to designing solutions to be hosted in Azure IaaS. What You Will Learn Map the key Azure components to familiar concepts in infrastructure, such as virtualization, storage provisioning, switching, and firewalls Implement Azure IaaS deployment architectures Design IaaS environments in line with the Microsoft recommended best practices for scalability, resiliency, availability, performance, and security Manage the operational aspects of hosted environments, leverage automation, and fine tune for optimal performance Who This Book Is For Infrastructure and solution architects with skills in on-premise infrastructure design who want to up-skill in Azure IaaS.
Migrating and Building Scalable and Secure Cloud Solutions
Author: Shijimol Ambi Karthikeyan
Use Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) to configure your infrastructure on-premises and in the cloud. In an environment where changes and deployments are happening all the time, DSC makes the necessary adjustments to the system so you don’t have to. Pro PowerShell Desired State Configuration shows you how. PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) is a powerful configuration management platform that makes it easier than ever to perform configuration management of your infrastructure, whether on-premises or in the cloud. With Pro PowerShell Desired State Configuration, Ravikanth Chaganti revises and significantly expands his previous edition, bringing you a complete in-depth reference for applying this evolving technology in your day-to-day work. What’s new in this edition? Get up-to-date, in-depth guidance on DSC in the data center Understand the central role that DSC plays in DevOps today Integrate DSC into build and release management tools Learn to think and act like a developer when automating your configuration management, creating a testable, robust process that you can use again and again Find out why and how DSC has an important role to play in public and private cloud deployments Apply DSC in the cloud with Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services or Google Cloud Platform Who This Book Is For IT administrators, developers and DevOps engineers working in Windows-based data center environments. With a little prior PowerShell scripting experience, this book can be used as an in-depth reference to creating, customizing, and extending DSC in Windows. IT administrators with limited scripting experience will also find this book a useful overview of what DSC offers and how to use DSC resources to automate configuration management and deployment.
An In-Depth Guide to Windows PowerShell DSC
Author: Ravikanth Chaganti
Author: Holger Sirtl
Category: Cloud computing
Explore various Azure services to build solutions that leverage effective design patterns Key Features Create, deploy, and host cloud applications on Azure Understand various Azure services that help you host serverless applications Explore practical examples to help you secure and troubleshoot your cloud environment Book Description Azure is one of the leading public cloud service providers. Thanks to a number of Azure service updates, it continues to make advances in the realm of cloud computing. Learn Microsoft Azure starts with the fundamentals of cloud computing. You will learn to configure and set up the Azure infrastructure. As you make your way through the book, you'll explore Azure services, along with working on virtual memory systems (VMS) and deployment models. You will understand various services in the Azure ecosystem, such as Azure IoT and Azure Analytics, among others. An easy-to-follow introduction to various cloud design patterns will also add to your efficiency in designing cloud solutions. In the concluding chapters, you'll secure your virtual networks using Network security groups and configure Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) to set a custom domain name and company profile. By the end of this book, you will have learned to secure and troubleshoot your Azure cloud environment and be fully aware of best practices for Azure cloud administration. What you will learn Understand the cloud services offered by Azure Design storage and networks in Azure for your Azure VM Work with web apps and Azure SQL databases Build your identity management solutions on Azure using Azure AD Monitor, protect, and automate your Azure services using Operation Management Suite (OMS) Implement OMS for Azure services Who this book is for Learn Microsoft Azure is for administrators, cloud engineers, and developers who want to get started with using Azure as their cloud platform and build cloud-based applications for their enterprises.
Build, manage, and scale cloud applications using the Azure ecosystem
Author: Mohamed Wali
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Bring the power of Microsoft Azure Hybrid Cloud technology to your datacenter. About This Book Build and deploy software-defined infrastructures and deliver Azure-based IaaS and Paas services in your datacenter Use Azure Stack to leverage your current infrastructure with Microsoft Hybrid Cloud and get the best of both worlds Unlock greater levels of performance and flexibility and save your organization money, time, and resources Who This Book Is For The book is for administrators and architects who are planning to implement or administer a hybrid cloud infrastructure using Microsoft Cloud Technology. This book is ideal for those who are looking forward to implement and run a hybrid cloud infrastructure with PaaS, SaaS and IaaS services. What You Will Learn Gain a clear understanding of Azure Stack design Set up storage, network and compute services in Azure Stack Implement and run a hybrid cloud infrastructure with PaaS, SaaS, and IaaS services Get an overview of the automation options in Azure Stack Integrate Azure public services such as multi-factor authentication and Azure AD with Azure Stack Learn about the services available in the future In Detail Azure Stack is all about creating fewer gaps between on-premise and public cloud application deployment. Azure Stack is the next logical evolution of Microsoft Cloud Services to create a true Hybrid Cloud-ready application. This book provides an introduction to Microsoft Azure Stack and the Cloud First Approach. Starting with an introduction to Microsoft Azure Stack Architecture, the book will help you plan and deploy your Microsoft Azure Stack. Next, you will learn about the Network and Storage option in Microsoft Azure Stack and you'll create your own private cloud solution. Finally, you will understand how to integrate Public Cloud Services with Microsoft Azure Stack and extend it using the 3rd Party Resource Provider. After reading the book, you will have a good understanding of an end-to-end process for designing, implementing, offering, and supporting cloud solutions for enterprises or service providers. Style and approach This book is a practical guide to help you unlock a hybrid cloud stack using Azure Stack. Using a straight forward and easy to implement approach, this book guides you through the basic planning for a hybrid cloud stack, describes the infrastructure technologies Azure Stack is based on, and explains how to deploy and administer an Azure Stack-based infrastructure.
Author: Markus Klein,Susan Roesner
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Microsoft Hybrid Cloud Unleashed brings together comprehensive and practical insights into hybrid cloud technologies, complete CloudOps and DevOps implementation strategies, and detailed guidance for deploying Microsoft Azure Stack in your environment. Written by five Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVPs, this book is built on real-world scenarios and the authors’ extraordinary hands-on experiences as early adopters. Step by step, the authors help you integrate your optimal mix of private and public cloud, with a unified management experience that lets you move workloads at will, achieving unprecedented flexibility. The authors also guide you through all aspects of building your own secure, high-performance hybrid cloud infrastructure. You’ll discover how Azure Stack enables you to run data centers with the same scalability, redundancy, and reliability as Microsoft’s Azure data centers; how to integrate Azure infrastructure and platform services with internal operations; and how to manage crucial external dependencies. The book concludes with a deep dive into automating and customizing Azure Stack for maximum reliability, productivity, and cost savings. Detailed information on how to Run a private/hybrid cloud on your hardware in your data center, using APIs and code identical to public Azure Apply ITIL and DevOps lifecycles to your hybrid cloud implementation Gain a deep understanding of Azure Stack architecture, components, and internals Install and configure Azure Stack and master the Azure Stack Portal Integrate and utilize infrastructure, core, and custom resource providers Effectively provision, secure, and manage tenants Manage, monitor, troubleshoot, and back up Azure Stack with CloudOps Automate resource provisioning with PowerShell, the Azure CLI, templates, and Azure Stack’s API Write your own Azure Resource Manager templates Centrally automate cloud management and complex tasks connected to external systems Develop customized, production-ready Azure Stack marketplace items
Author: Kerrie Meyler,Steve Buchanan,Mark Scholman,Jakob Gottlieb Svendsen,Janaka Rangama
Publisher: Sams Publishing
Using System Center 2012 Orchestrator, you can capture and document processes across your entire IT organization, establishing the automation you need to deliver advanced cloud services and self-adjusting computing resources. Authored by five leading System Center experts, this comprehensive reference and technical guide brings together all the knowledge you’ll need to architect, install, implement, integrate, and maximize the value of your own Orchestrator solutions. The authors introduce current best practices based on large-scale enterprise implementations they’ve personally led or participated in. This up-to-date guide shows how to apply Orchestrator’s major improvements to implement IT process automation in any environment, including private clouds. You’ll start with context: what Orchestrator does, how it has evolved, how it works, and essential architecture and design techniques. Next, the authors help you make crucial up-front decisions about activities, runbooks, security, and administration. Finally, you’ll find expert guidance for integrating Orchestrator with the rest of System Center and with Windows Azure cloud services—including advanced automated workflows that encompass both data center and cloud. Detailed information on how to… • Understand System Center 2012 Orchestrator’s capabilities, evolution, architecture, and design, including SP1 improvements and R2 • Successfully install System Center 2012 Orchestrator and migrate smoothly from Opalis Integration Server 6.3 • Take full advantage of Orchestrator’s advanced new runbook automation capabilities • Configure activities associated with runbook control, systems, scheduling, monitoring, files, email, notification, and data handling • Design runbooks for fault tolerance and optimal performance • Enforce strong security using roles, permissions, and auditing • Deliver integration capabilities for Operations Manager, Service Manager, Configuration Manager, Virtual Machine Manager, and Data Protection Manager • Automate end-to-end data center/ cloud workflows with integration packs and PowerShell • Create your own integration packs with Orchestrator Integration Toolkit (OIT.SDK) • Support Orchestrator 2012, troubleshoot problems, and discover the best web and third-party resources
Author: Kerrie Meyler,Pete Zerger,Marcus Oh,Anders Bengtsson,Kurt Van Hoecke
Publisher: Sams Publishing
Das Anwenderbuch für den kompakten Einstieg in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018! • Zahlreiche Schrittanleitungen und weiterführende Informationen • Beschreibt auch, wie Geschäftsprozesse in Dynamics NAV abgebildet werden • Konzentriert sich auf die zentralen Themen Als integrierte Unternehmenslösung unterstützt Microsoft Dynamics NAV durchgängig die Geschäftsprozesse in Unternehmen. Der Buchaufbau orientiert sich an den Unternehmensbereichen Beschaffung, Vertrieb, Lager, Produktion und Produktionsplanung sowie Finanzmanagement. Ausgehend von der Bedienung des Systems, Aspekten zur Systemeinrichtung und zugrundeliegenden Konzepten erklären die Autoren am Beispiel der verschiedenen Rollen, wie Sie die zentralen Geschäftsabläufe in Unternehmen abwickeln – vom Einkauf über die Produktion bis hin zum Vertrieb. Neben dem Umgang mit der Software lernen Sie auch, wie Geschäftsprozesse in Dynamics NAV abgebildet werden. Mithilfe von Schrittanleitungen lösen Sie zentrale Aufgaben im jeweiligen Fachgebiet und vertiefen Ihre neu erworbenen Kenntnisse.
Das Anwenderbuch zur Abwicklung von Geschäftsprozessen
Author: Michaela Gayer,Christian Hauptmann,Jürgen Ebert
Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
This ebook walks you through a patterns-based approach to building real-world cloud solutions. The patterns apply to the development process as well as to architecture and coding practices. The content is based on a presentation developed by Scott Guthrie and delivered by him at the Norwegian Developers Conference (NDC) in June of 2013 (part 1, part 2), and at Microsoft Tech Ed Australia in September 2013 (part 1, part 2). Many others updated and augmented the content while transitioning it from video to written form. Who should read this book Developers who are curious about developing for the cloud, are considering a move to the cloud, or are new to cloud development will find here a concise overview of the most important concepts and practices they need to know. The concepts are illustrated with concrete examples, and each chapter includes links to other resources that provide more in-depth information. The examples and the links to additional resources are for Microsoft frameworks and services, but the principles illustrated apply to other web development frameworks and cloud environments as well. Developers who are already developing for the cloud may find ideas here that will help make them more successful. Each chapter in the series can be read independently, so you can pick and choose topics that you're interested in. Anyone who watched Scott Guthrie's "Building Real World Cloud Apps with Windows Azure" presentation and wants more details and updated information will find that here. Assumptions This ebook expects that you have experience developing web applications by using Visual Studio and ASP.NET. Familiarity with C# would be helpful in places.
Best Practices for DevOps, Data Storage, High Availability, and More
Author: Scott Guthrie,Mark Simms,Tom Dykstra,Rick Anderson,Mike Wasson
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Learn the basics of Microsoft Azure and see how SQL Server on Azure VMs (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) and Azure SQL Databases (Platform-as-a-Service) work. This concise book shows you how to deploy, operate, and maintain your data using any one or a combination of these offerings along with your on-premise environment. Pro SQL Server on Microsoft Azure is a quintessential book for any IT professional who is planning to host their data on Microsoft Azure. This book will not only equip you with the tips, tricks, and tools to manage SQL Server offerings on Azure, but will also help you in deciding between PaaS, IaaS, or hybrid. In the ever-changing world of operations, IT administrators and SQL Server DBAs often find that the biggest challenges occur once they’ve deployed to the cloud. This is precisely why Pro SQL Server on Microsoft Azure was written; it will help you master today’s cloud world. What You'll Learn Understand the Microsoft Azure IaaS architecture Work with Azure Storage and Networking Deploy SQL Server on Azure VMs using best practices Apply effective security principles to SQL Azure Databases Measure and optimize the performance of SQL Server offerings on Azure Implement Business continuity and disaster recovery options with Azure SQL Databases Who This Book Is For This book is for IT admins and SQL Server DBAs who are managing or would be managing SQL Server deployments on Microsoft Azure. v>
Author: Pranab Mazumdar,Sourabh Agarwal,Amit Banerjee
Create advanced data and integrated solutions using Azure Event Grid, functions, and containers Key Features Get familiar with the different design patterns available in Microsoft Azure Develop Azure cloud architecture and a pipeline management system Get to know the security best practices for your Azure deployment Book Description Over the years, Azure cloud services have grown quickly, and the number of organizations adopting Azure for their cloud services is also gradually increasing. Leading industry giants are finding that Azure fulfills their extensive cloud requirements. Azure for Architects – Second Edition starts with an extensive introduction to major designing and architectural aspects available with Azure. These design patterns focus on different aspects of the cloud, such as high availability, security, and scalability. Gradually, we move on to other aspects, such as ARM template modular design and deployments. This is the age of microservices and serverless is the preferred implementation mechanism for them. This book covers the entire serverless stack available in Azure including Azure Event Grid, Azure Functions, and Azure Logic Apps. New and advance features like durable functions are discussed at length. A complete integration solution using these serverless technologies is also part of the book. A complete chapter discusses all possible options related to containers in Azure including Azure Kubernetes services, Azure Container Instances and Registry, and Web App for Containers. Data management and integration is an integral part of this book that discusses options for implementing OLTP solutions using Azure SQL, Big Data solutions using Azure Data factory and Data Lake Storage, eventing solutions using stream analytics, and Event Hubs. This book will provide insights into Azure governance features such as tagging, RBAC, cost management, and policies. By the end of this book, you will be able to develop a full-fledged Azure cloud solution that is Enterprise class and future-ready. What you will learn Create an end-to-end integration solution using Azure Serverless Stack Learn Big Data solutions and OLTP–based applications on Azure Understand DevOps implementations using Azure DevOps Architect solutions comprised of multiple resources in Azure Develop modular ARM templates Develop Governance on Azure using locks, RBAC, policies, tags and cost Learn ways to build data solutions on Azure Understand the various options related to containers including Azure Kubernetes Services Who this book is for If you are Cloud Architects, DevOps Engineers, or developers who want to learn key architectural aspects of the Azure Cloud platform, then this book is for you. Prior basic knowledge of the Azure Cloud platform is good to have.
Implementing cloud design, DevOps, containers, IoT, and serverless solutions on your public cloud, 2nd Edition
Author: Ritesh Modi
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Discover over 100 practical recipes to help you master the art of IT service management for your organization About This Book Unleash the capabilities of Microsoft System Center 2016 Service Manager Master the skills of configuring, deploying, managing, and troubleshooting your Service Manager 2016 This book contains practical recipes that leverage the key and newly added features and functionalities of Microsoft System Center 2016 Service Manager Who This Book Is For This book will be useful to IT professionals including SCSM administrators who want to configure and administer System Center Service Manager 2016 and understand how to solve specific problems and scenarios that arise. It will also be useful to users of Service Manager 2012 who want to learn about the new features and capabilities of the Service Manager 2016 release. It will be ideal if you have Service Manager experience as well as experience with other System Center products. What You Will Learn See a practical implementation of the ITSM framework and processes based on ITIL Deploy and configure the new Service Manager HTML5 Self-Service Portal along with Service Catalog design and configuration Get to know about Incident, Problem, and Change Management processes and configuration Get to grips with performing advanced personalization in Service Manager Discover how to set up and use automation with and within Service Manager 2016 Work with Service Manager Data Warehouse Find out what Security Roles are and how to implement them Learn how to upgrade from SCSM 2012 R2 to SCSM 2016 In Detail System Center Service Manager (SCSM) is an integrated platform that offers a simplified data center management experience by implementing best practices such as Incident Management, Service Request, and Change Control to achieve efficient service delivery across your organization. This book provides you with real-world recipes that can be used immediately and will show you how to configure and administer SCSM 2016. You'll also find out how to solve particular problems and scenarios to take this tool further. You'll start with recipes on implementing ITSM frameworks and processes and configuring Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Then, you'll work through deploying and configuring the HTML5 Self-Service Portal, configuring Incident and Problem Management, and designing and configuring Change and Release Management. You'll also learn about security roles and overall Microsoft SCSM 2016 administration. Toward the end of the book, we'll look at advanced topics, such as presenting the wealth of information stored within the Service Manager Data Warehouse, standardizing SCSM deployments, and implementing automation. Style and approach This book will enlighten you on Microsoft System Center 2016 Service Manager through recipes that can be implemented directly in any enterprise. You can read the book from start to end if you're a beginner, or just open up any chapter and start following the recipes as a reference for advanced users. This book consists of a pool of step-by-step recipes on how to perform activities in Service Manager.
Author: Anders Asp (MVP),Andreas Baumgarten (MVP),Steve Beaumont (MVP),Steve Buchanan (MVP),Dieter Gasser
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd