Microsoft System Center provides modern management across on-premises, service provider, and Azure environments. It helps customers gain a unified datacenter management experience with out-of-the-box monitoring, provisioning, configuration, automation, protection and self-service capabilities.
New Horizons has the System Center training you need to successfully manage physical and virtual IT environments across data centers, client computers and devices. In addition, if you’re interested in earning a System Center MCTS or MSCE certification, we have you covered.
Microsoft System Center training from New Horizons covers the following topics:
- Discovering and Organizing IT Resources
- Designing & Deploying Orchestrator
- Managing the Configuration Manager Client
- Installing and Configuring Service Manager
- Configuring Wake On LAN, Power Management and Remote Control
- Managing Inventory and Software Metering
- Managing Software Deployments
- Creating and Deploying Applications
- Managing the Data Warehouse and Reporting
- Managing Operating System Deployment
- Managing Compliance Settings
- Incident Management
- Managing Mobile Devices
- Planning and Administering Configuration Manager Deployment
System Center 2012 Certification*
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) exams prove that you can help businesses manage client computers and devices.
Prove your expertise in managing and implementing Microsoft private cloud computing technologies. With Windows Server and System Center, you will build your Microsoft private cloud solution to optimize IT service delivery and gain the automation and flexibility you need for your IT infrastructure, now and in the future.
Candidates can satisfy the prerequisite for pursuing a MCSE: Private Cloud by earning a MCSA: SQL Server.
*Important MCSE & MCSD Certification Changes from Microsoft
On September 26, 2016, five new Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) and Developer (MCSD) specialties were released. To earn each of the new certifications—MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, MCSE: Mobility, MCSE: Data
Management and Analysis, MCSE: Productivity, or MCSD: App Builder—you must first earn a qualifying Microsoft Certified Solutions
Associate (MCSA) certification and, then, pass a single additional exam from a list of electives associated with the corresponding
certification. Click here for a complete summary of the MCSE and MCSD changes from Microsoft, including answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
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