Deploy highly available Configuration Manager Sites using Microsoft SCCM with Packt’s new book and eBook
Packt is proud to present its latest publication, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, by Marius Sandbu. This is an easy-to-read book that will show readers how to get to grips with performance tuning and best practices for Configuration Manager Sites. The book is 146 pages long and is priced at $20.39, while the eBook is $39.99.
About the author:
Marius Sandbu is a Consultant, Advisor, and Trainer working at the VAD (Value Added Distributor) Commaxx in Norway. He has worked with Microsoft technology for over 8 years and has recently been awarded with a MVP title from Microsoft because of his high dedication to the Microsoft community. Marius has always had a great interest in technology, and over the past few years he has taken over 20 certifications on different areas and technology, and also had a role within Microsoft as a V-TSP. He is also a certified Microsoft trainer and has held different courses, within System Center and Windows Server.
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager is the primary tool for Enterprise management. It is a Windows product that enables administrators to manage the deployment and security of devices and applications across an enterprise.
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager covers detailed and easy-to-understand steps to set up highly available Configuration Manager roles and backend services such as SQL, DNS, and AD. The reader will learn how to plan for high availability, what kind of roles there are, and how they scale. This book will also go through different scenarios as well as various backup and recovery procedures. The reader will learn how to identify bottlenecks within the different components and create sample design scenarios for high availability on Configuration Manager.
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager covers the following topics:
Chapter 1: Planning for High Availability with Configuration Manager
Chapter 2: Configuring Roles for High Availability
Chapter 3: Deploy Highly Available Backend Services
Chapter 4: Backup and Recovery
Chapter 5: Performance Tuning
IT professionals and consultants working with Configuration Manager who wish to learn the skills to deploy a redundant and scalable solution will find this book an essential read. For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/microsoft-sccm-high-availability-and-performance-tuning/book
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For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/microsoft-sccm-high-availability-and-performance-tuning/book