Posts Tagged ‘Private Cloud’

  The Microsoft Virtual Academy team would like to announce the release of the System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 course. This course focuses on how using System Center Virtual Machine Manger 2012 can help your business build, deploy, and maintain a private cloud. After completing these three modules you will have learnt about the […]


The November MVA TechNet Radio show is now live. This month show cover what’s happen in the Academy now and what is coming down the line. This show focuses on the Private Cloud courses that will releasing at the end of November and looking forward to the courses coming in 2012. To get involved send […]


The Microsoft Virtual Academy team would like to announce the release of the Enhancing Your Business and Career with the Private Cloud course. This course contains 3 modules which focuses on how the private cloud can help your business and your IT Pro career. The first module starts by covering the cloud business drivers and […]


The Microsoft Virtual Academy team would like to announce the release of the Microsoft Virtualization for the VMware Professional – VDI course. Centralizing desktops and client computers is an increasing important consideration for all IT departments as they begin to evaluate Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Using VDI to consolidate maintenance activities reduces the time which […]


The Microsoft Virtual Academy team would like to announce the release of the Microsoft Virtualization for the VMware Professional – Management course. Management has become a critical piece of maintaining a virtualized datacenter or Private Cloud by providing increased scale, faster deployments and integrated automation to reduce the total cost of IT ownership. This course […]


Following on from my previous posts on Creating a Private Cloud Part 1 and Part 2, System Center Virtual Machine Manager Self-Service Portal 2.0 (SSP)  is now available. For those who have not read the two posts yet, briefly the System Center Virtual Machine Manager Self-Service Portal 2.0 (SSP) is a fully supported, partner extensible […]


Predicting resource requirements for a new business application, especially one that is customer-facing is a tricky task. It’s hard to know if you have the new Facebook or your hands. You make your best estimates, then spend money on new hardware and hope your estimates were right. Only actual usage tells whether your server infrastructure […]