The videos below are taken from the SID Magazine YouTube channel and from Channel 9. All videos are in Italian.

Operations Management Suite: Security at 360 Degrees

Operations Management Suite (OMS) is the new collection of any ICT infrastructure management solutions, with little or no presence of on-premises infrastructure, OMS leverages the cloud to quickly make available features that would otherwise require investments and infrastructure to manage its data centers. Among the many areas covered by the who, one of the most important is certainly the one dedicated to Security. The same technologies and know-how gained in controlling the safety of Azure are made available to everyone with an articulation that covers out of auditing, integrating with the antimalware engines, from security baselines to abnormal traffic control. This session will show you how you can implement a security system to 360 degrees in less than an hour.

Date published: 06/2017

Azure Backup Server: Hybrid Cloud-Borne and security scenarios

Physical systems, virtual, different hypervisors, private and public cloud, new compliance and retention over time 10 years. Maintain control of their data protection policies has never been so hard. In this session we will see how Microsoft who allows us to protect physical and virtual systems, Hyper-v and VMWare, systems on Azure and azure platform (Sql Azure) through a single service with retention guaranteed up to 99 years and over.

Date published: 02/2017

Windows Server 2016: What's New in Storage

There are many new features in Windows Server 2016 Software Defined Storage management. During this session, you will be shown how to design, implement and optimize an infrastructure designed for Direct Storage Spaces to create highly available systems and performance using local storage. It is a significant step forward in terms of Software Defined Storage because it simplifies deployment and management of SDS systems, Unlocking the use of SATA drives and discs NVMe.

Date published: 12/2016

System Center 2016: Virtual Machine Manager What ’ s New

Virtual Machine Manager is a consolidated solution that enables us to manage all of the fabric and effectively implement virtualized datacenter. In this session, we'll see what's new in version 2016.

Date published: 06/2016

Workloads Linux su Azure

The heterogeneity of the systems is often a common element within our datacenter and many customers have chosen to use Linux virtual machines on Microsoft Azure. In this session, the system will display the opportunities offered by Microsoft to run and migrate Linux on Azure, What are the benefits and best practices that you should follow.

Date published: 03/2016

Virtual Machine Manager: What's New to Manage Fabric

In this session we'll delve into the new features in System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2016 treating different aspects such as support to the new version of Hyper-V, the definition of Software-Defined Networking and integration with Microsoft Azure. We also examined real-world scenarios by using SCVMM and analyse best practices to better manage the fabric.

Date published: 03/2016

Data Protection Manager: What's New to Protect Fabric

Let's all new Data Protection Manager in System Center 2016, one of the components that had the major developments in this version. New protection possibilities, time saving and a completely new storage management. Not to be missed.

Date published: 03/2016

Azure Pack: Build your Hybrid Cloud

Windows Azure Pack is a collection of technologies Microsoft Azure, integrated with Windows Server and System Center, providing a self-service portal for cloud management of resources and services, as virtual machines, websites and more. This session will show how Windows Azure Pack allows full cloud in your datacenter, multi-tenant self-service and, consistent with the experience of Microsoft Azure. I'll also deepened the possibilities of extending their datacenters until the public cloud, working with a hybrid model that provides the company with a more flexible and scalable IT infrastructure. All this is possible thanks to the combination of Microsoft's Enterprise-class technology present either in your own corporate datacenter that Microsoft's global datacenters.

Date published: 09/2015