TechNet Radio: (Part 6) Infrastructure as a Service - Windows Azure and System Center 2012

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In Part 6 of our Windows Azure IaaS series Matt Hester welcomes John Savill, Founder of SavillTech to discuss how Windows Azure and System Center 2012 work together. Tune in as they chat about the importance of System Center Orchestrator, App Controller and Service Manager as well as how these components integrate with Azure Infrastructure Services.

  • [7:26] What is Orchestrator in System Center 2012?
  • [10:30] How do you use System Center 2012 to create a virtual machine in Azure?
  • [16:30] App Controller and Service Manager are very similar. What are their main differences?
  • [25:04] What are some of you favorite features in Azure?

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