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Free ebook ! Microsoft System Center: #Cloud Management with App Controller #sysctr #SCVMM

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Cloud Management with App Controller

Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 App Controller is a component of System Center,
an extension of Virtual Machine Manager (VMM), and relatively easy to implement.
App Controller is a web-based self-service vehicle to facilitate the deployment of virtual
machines (VMs) and services. App Controller can connect to private clouds based on a
VMM server, to Windows Azure subscriptions, and to third-party hosting providers and
can manage resources among these three environments. Based on VMM’s role-based
security model which defines who can do what and to what extent, App Controller can
delegate authority by modeling a business function as a user role, thereby noticeably
simplifying the security administration and management of a multitenant environment.
Above all, as hybrid cloud becomes an emerging platform for next-generation
computing, App Controller enables deployment of such hybrid scenarios and helps
accelerate their adoption.

You can download this great Ebook about Cloud Management with App Controller here

Yung Chou, Keith Mayer and Mitch Tulloch Thank you for this E-book => Awesome !

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Author: James van den Berg

I'm Microsoft Architect and ICT Specialist and Microsoft MVP System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management

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