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Microsoft System Center 2019

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Integrate workload management across Windows Server, SQL Server, Linux, Azure Stack HCI, VMware, and Hyper-V. Microsoft System Center has been the data center management tool for large enterprises for over 15 years. System Center has something for all aspects of the data center, whether planning, deploying, protecting, managing or automating. Data center management is complex with multiple compute, storage, and networking components, but it is vital to the continuous operation of an organization.

System Center 2019

What are the components of Microsoft System Center 2019?

Here are some components of Windows System Center 2019:

System Center Operations Manager (SCOM)
SCOM is a comprehensive monitoring solution that allows you to monitor the health, performance, capacity and usage of applications, workloads and infrastructure in your data center. It provides real-time alerts, performance data and reports to help you proactively identify and resolve issues.

System Center Orchestrator (SCO)
SCO is an automation tool that allows you to streamline and automate data center tasks. It allows you to create and execute runbooks, which are series of automated steps, using native PowerShell scripts. This helps improve efficiency, reduce manual errors and speed up repetitive tasks.

System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM)
SCVMM is a powerful management tool for virtualized and software-defined data centers. It allows you to deploy, configure, and manage virtual machines and services across your infrastructure. SCVMM provides a comprehensive solution for networking, storage, computing resources and security in your virtualized environment.

System Center Data Protection Manager (SCDPM)
SCDPM is a data security and backup solution that helps protect your valuable data. It provides backup, storage, and recovery capabilities for private cloud deployments, physical machines, clients, and server applications. SCDPM ensures data integrity and availability, reducing the risk of data loss.

System Center Service Manager (SCSM)
SCSM is an automated service delivery tool that helps with incident resolution, change management, and asset lifecycle management. It helps organizations efficiently manage and resolve service-related issues, while providing complete visibility and control over the IT service lifecycle.

System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP)
SCEP is a security solution that protects client and server operating systems against the latest malware threats. It is based on Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (formerly known as SCCM) and provides unified control over endpoint security configurations and policies.

Until when are Microsoft System Center Server 2019 licenses supported?

The support cycle for Microsoft System Center 2019 is also determined by Microsoft’s Product Lifecycle Policy. Here are the key dates related to System Center 2019 support:

Mainstream support
Mainstream support for System Center 2019 began on March 14, 2019 and will continue for five years. During this phase, Microsoft provides regular updates, security updates, bug fixes, and technical support for the product.

Extended support
After the Mainstream support comes the Extended support, which also lasts five years. During this period, System Center 2019 will continue to receive security updates, but no new features or design changes.

System Center 2019 licenses

Choose from the System Center licenses below.

Offer licenses
The license(s) below are available from Vidasoft. These are second-hand Microsoft volume licenses and are available at attractive rates.

System Center 2019 Datacenter (16 Core)
System Center 2019 Standard (16 Core)
System Center 2019 Datacenter (2 Core)
System Center 2019 Standard (2 Core)

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