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System Center Universe 2015! Secure your spot! (Microsoft – Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

JOIN US IN THE CENTER…OF THE UNIVERSE

One Day. One Universe. One Cosmic Event. Back for its FOURTH year, it’s SCU 2015! 

Join us for this globally-available interactive experience spanning 6 continents, hosted by Catatpult Systems. This year, SCU will feature TWO FULL breakout tracks, allowing for more speakers, content and subject matter deep dives. Hear from an all-star cast of presenters including Microsoft technical visionaries and MVPs while interacting with worldwide user group
communities such as myITforum during the live event. At SCU 2015, you will gain insider knowledge around System Center, Microsoft Azure, Enterprise Mobility Suite, Windows Server and more!

Post event, continue your worldwide engagement with SCU-sponsored communities and user groups as well as SCU Network broadcasts. Don’t miss your chance to get in on the action!

View the live simulcast and engage in the conversation. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided throughout the day for all attendees. 

PRESENTERS TO INCLUDE:

Brad Anderson | Wally Mead | Anders Bengtsson | Cameron Fuller (MVP)

Dieter Wijckmans (MVP) | Jason Sandys (MVP) | Johan Arwidmark (MVP)

John Savill (MVP) | Kent Agerlund (MVP) | Kirk Munro (MVP) | Maarten Goet (MVP)

Marc van Eijk (MVP) | Pete Zerger (MVP) | Roman Yuferev | Symon Perriman

Travis Wright (MVP)

> REGISTER NOW

System Center Universe 2014

I know it’s been almost a month since System Center Universe 2014 was held in Houston, TX.  There were many industry experts that served as guest speakers, a few names I’m sure you all have heard, Kent Agerlund from Coretech and Wally Mead from Microsoft’s Configuration Manager team.

While all presenters entertained us with a wealth of information, industry tips and tricks and excellent demos, the very first presentation by Kent Agerlund stood out the most to me.  His presentation titled “Become the Hero in the Datacenter” (link to his PowerPoint deck), featured all open source tools meant to making the administration of your SCCM infrastructure much easier.  Make sure to check out his blog entry for a listing of all tools he discussed during his presentation.

If you did not attend either in person or via live stream, I would suggest to not miss next year’s session as there is a treasure trove of information that is discussed.

Recordings: To view the presentations from this year’s conference, please view thevideo playlist.

PowerPoint Presentations: To download the speakers’ PowerPoint presentations, click here.