Service Manager Sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2015

Microsoft Ignite, which is set to take place May 4-8 in Chicago, promises to provide plenty  of information, announcements, demos and events of course :-) Unfortunately I will not be able to attend and I am sure I am going to miss a lot of great people and events course. However thanks to Channel 9 I definitively wont miss any sessions :-)

Below you can find all the Service Manager related sessions announced so far. I was a bit disappointed to see that only two sessions are published yet. Hopefully there are going to be some more until the conference starts. Both sessions are announced as Level 200 Overview and Business Value sessions, so don’t expect much technical detail.

Windows Azure Pack and Microsoft System Center: Monitoring and Requests for Service Providers takes place on Thursday, May 7th 10:45AM - 12:00PM and speakers are Patrik Sundqvist, Steve Cole and Victor Nyman Azure Pack helps enterprises and service providers deliver Azure-like services to their tenants. We show how they can provide their tenants with a full suite of application monitoring, triage, and request management capabilities that connects to your System Center Service Manager environment. Delivered by Microsoft, Gridpro, and BlueStripe.

Getting the Most Out of Your System Center Service Manager Environment takes place on Friday, May 8th 10:45AM - 12:00PM and speakers are Nathan Lasnoski, Patrik Sundqvist and Srikanth Ranganathan Leverage the capabilities of Service Manager and its expandability to support your on-premises and hosted cloud solutions. Come hear the System Center Service Manager product team talk about single and multi-tenant solutions, how to manage capacity and scale, and utilize the tool to its full potential.

Besides these two sessions, there are three labs announced where you have to get your hands dirty with Service Manager, Orchestrator :-)

Check Ignite session planner to get more details about the above mentioned sessions and hands-on labs! Have fun at Ignite 2015!

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