Category Archives: System Center

SCUG-dagarna (SWE)

I september, 22-24:e, går SCUG-dagarna av stapeln. Det är System Center User Group (SCUG) som anordnar detta. Den 22:a är det en labbdag, 23:e är datacenterdag och 24:e är fokuserad på klienter.

Den 22:a kan man rösta på vilka produkter man vill labba med:

  • Configuration Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Orchestrator
  • Virtual Machine Manager
  • Service Manager
  • Data Protection Manager
  • Windows Azure Pack
  • Windows Intune
  • App Controller

Labbandet sker på LabCenter.

Anmälan till den 22:a:


Datacenter-dagen 23/9

Den preliminära agendan för datacenterdagen ser ut såhär:

08:30 – 09:00 Registrering

09:00 – 09:10 – Vision

Välkommna Stefan Schörling 

09:10 -10:15 – Vision

Using the R2 releases to build your Private Cloud – Mikael Nyström

10:45 – 12:00 – Vision

Levereing the Cloud in your own datacenter – Joachim Nässlander

12:00-12:45 – Lunch

12:45 – 14:00 – Vision

Massive Data warehouse reporting that will rock the boat with System Center– Patrik Sundqvist 

14:15-15:30 – Vision

Cooking up gourmet automation solutions with System Center – Anders Bengtsson

15:45-17:00 – Vision Service Delivery System Center R2 better together– Robert Hedblom

17:15 – Mingel


Anmälan till datacenterdagen: (59 platser kvar 28/8)


Klientdagen går av stapeln den 24/8, preliminär agenda även här:

08:30 – 09:00 Registrering

09:00 – 09:10 – Vision

Välkommna Dag 2 Stefan Schörling

09:10 – 10:30 Vision

System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2 – Anders Ahl Microsoft

10:45 – 12:00 – Vision

Managing and configuring UE-V, MBAM and DaRT in CM2012 R2 – Andreas Stenhall

12:00-12:45 – Lunch

12:45 – 14:00 – Vision

How to Build your IT Infrastructure to support BYOD – Jörgen Nilsson / Anders Olsson

14:15-15:30 – Vision

OSD enhancements in MDT 2013 and ConfigMgr 2012 R2 – Johan Arwidmark

15:45-17:00 – Vision

TBA – Björn Axell


Anmälan till klientdagen:

R2-releases for that rainy summer!

Ah, the joy of new releses! Now we’ve released R2-versions of both Windows Server 2012 and System Center. You can find it all over at TechNet as usual.

And hot from the press you’ll find the Azure pack too, complete with an eval guide to get you all cloudy from the start!


Supporting System Center in Windows Azure IAAS

I was really surprised today when I was doing research that we support a number of products running in Azure VMs. I owe my colleague a lunch, but I’m happy both for him and for our customers. The published article is a “fast publish” and you can find it at

Now I’ll try to run WDS in Azure and see how many I can deploy 😉