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Kevin Remde welcomes Bruno Saille to the show as they discuss the SQL Server Self-Service Kit and how it works with System Center 2012 to help automate SQL Server deployments. Tune in as they discuss how the self-service kits works, which System Center components are required as well as what plans are in store for the next release.
- [1:46] What is the SQL Server Self-Service Kit? What problem is it trying to solve?
- [4:16] What components are needed to take advantage of this kit?
- [5:24] Do you have any recommended hardware minimums, or is it really just going to work in any environment that already supports the Microsoft System Center based private cloud?
- [6:32] What about using System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager to manage VMware virtualization? Will that work?
- [7:49] DEMO: SQL Server Self-Service Kit Overview
- [13:55] DEMO: Can you share with us some of the future plans for the next release?
- [19:00] DEMO: SQL Server Self-Service Kit in action “Fully automated deployment of SQL Server workloads on Windows Server”
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