Microsoft System Center Operations Manager - license & software assurance -

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System Center Operations Manager is the end-to-end service management solution that is the best choice for Windows because it works seamlessly with Microsoft software and applications helping you increase efficiency while enabling greater control of your IT environment. System Center Operations Manager helps you address your IT management challenges so you can spend more time driving business success.

Microsoft System Center Operations Manager - license & software assurance - is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Review about System Center Valuable Features:Service managerOrchestratorVmmOperations managerImprovements to My Organization:we built private cloud with system center , WAP. End users can request vms on demand, we have approval process, automation around deploying the vms and standardization with VMM. Btw on the backend we are running VMware .Room for Improvement:noneUse of Solution:3 yearsDeployment Issues:spend time to architect the private cloud correctly, if you prepare everything , deployment is easy. You will need 7 vms + sql serverStability Issues:No issues , we built HA environmentScalability Issues:SC supports failover cluster for some roles and load balancing for others. It is very easy to add any new serversCustomer Service:You know Microsoft, it depends who is your engineerPrevious Solutions:I compared against VMware vrealize. We chose System Center for few reasons:- cost- more flexible and open- you can use any system center roles as standalone tools , not only for private cloudInitial Setup:build first time takes some timeImplementation Team:in houseCost and Licensing Advice:great pricing, one license includes all toolsOther Solutions Considered:like I said before VMware vrealizeOther Advice:I totally love private cloud with system center.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2016-09-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We've implemented some of its family of features, such as SCCM, SCOM, SCVMM, and DPM, which have been valuable to us. But, the DPM function could be improved compared to its backup competitors. One Really powerfull product is System Center.With my team we implemented the System Center family such as SCCM, SCOM, SCVMM, and DPM.* System Center is a full product that can work together and do a lot of cool things such as monitoring ٍservers and even non-Microsoft products such as routers, switches and Linux machines using System Center Operation Manager. You can use SCOM to send emails or view very detailed alerts or even take an action (although this will need some configuration with System Center Orchestrator). You can do many things with SCOM and be aware of every component in your infrastructure environment. I consider SCOM the second powerful server in the system center family.* With System Center Configuration manager you can Manage PCS and servers, keep their software updated, set configuration, set security polices, and monitor system status. In my mind, I see the this as the best product in System Center.* System Center VMM is a management server for your Hyper-V servers thats allows you to configure and manage all of them and your storage resources. To create and deploy VMs and services, you only need System Center VMM without needing to go to each Hyper-V server and create your virtual machine, etc. You can also create a VM template so that when creating a new VM, you don't need to configure everything from the beginning. It's a really stable server that makes managing Hyper-V servers easy.* DPM is used for backing up your servers. In my opinion, DPM needs a lot of improvements to its limitations. There are a lot of stronger DPMs, such as Veeam, Symantec Bakcups, and more. But to be fair, having DPM is better than not having a backup solution compared to the expense you will spend on other products.This is not all of System Center's products, but I mentioned what I have used and know. I hope that this information is useful for you. Thanks.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2015-09-04
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