What are the key components and functions of Microsoft System Center?
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System Center is a collection of many different components that allow management of the datacenter and enterprise network.
- Configuration Manager (Now called Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager):
This component allows IT professionals to manage PCs, servers and mobile devices, like iPhones and Android devices across both on-premises and cloud-based infrastructure.
- Data Protection Manager:
Use this component to back up and recover data for workloads, applications and services.
- Operations Manager (SCOM):
Monitor services, devices, and operations across your enterprise to identify problems for immediate action.
Allows you to automate the creation, monitoring, and deployment of resources in your Windows Azure Pack environment.
- Service Manager:
For the IT support department, to manage incidents and control asset lifecycle management with your organization's IT service management best practices.
- Service Management Automation:
Automate the creation, monitoring, and deployment of resources in your Windows Azure Pack environment.
- Virtual Machine Manager:
To provision and manage the resources needed to create and deploy virtual machines and services to private clouds.
- Service Provider Foundation:
Deliver infrastructure-as-a-service to your clients by providing VMM capabilities through the SPF Open Data Protocol interface.