Learning System Center App Controller

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  • Manage application services using System Center App Controller
  • Install SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1, System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager, and App Controller
  • Explore the advanced functionality provided by System Center 2012 R2 App Controller
  • Install and configure an SCVMM server
  • Integrate Virtual Machine Manager with App Controller
  • Connect your Microsoft Azure subscription with App Controller
  • Configure cloud services and virtual networks and deploy cloud services
  • Migrate virtual machines from private cloud to Microsoft Azure cloud
  • Create virtual machine templates, hardware profiles, and operating system profiles in Virtual Machine Manager
  • Make disaster recovery planning decisions for App Controller recovery

System Center App Controller provides an integrated console that helps you manage public and private clouds, as well as cloud-based virtual machines and services.

Learning System Center App Controller guides you through a successful implementation of App Controller in minimal time. The book starts by covering how to install the prerequisites and System Center Virtual Machine Manager Server and concludes with topics such as backup and recovery. By the end of this book, you will have extensive knowledge and a firm understanding of how to use App Controller efficiently.

This book is a step-by-step guide that introduces you to System Center App Controller and quickly moves on to the common tasks that are faced by an IT professional managing virtual and physical environments within a data center.

  • Manage application services using System center App controller
  • Move Virtual Machines from on-premises to Microsoft Azure Cloud, Managing Private Cloud, and Public Microsoft Azure Cloud
  • Step-by-step implementation of SQL server, Virtual Machine Manager, and App Controller
Page Count 118
Course Length 3 hours 32 minutes
ISBN 9781784398538
Date Of Publication 24 Feb 2015


Nasir Naeem

Nasir Naeem lives in Birmingham, England. He works for Inframon as a system center consultant. He has been working in the IT field for just over a decade, mostly working on Windows-based networks with a combination of Cisco as well as VMWare.

When not working with clients to improve IT cost efficiency and administration improvements, he is an Arduino electronics hobbyist.