Please join us for the October St. Louis System Center User group meeting hosted by World Wide Technology on October 15th. The event will be held at
60 Weldon Parkway
Advanced Technology Center
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
The event will run from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. We will be in the Thomas Edison room and visitor parking directly in front of the facility.
WWT will discuss the Microsoft Hybrid cloud solution powered by Flexpod and Gabriel Taylor from Model Technology Solutions will be presenting on advanced automation with Service Manager and Orchestrator, be sure to register!
Click here to get registered!!!
We have two great discussion topics for this quarter’s STLSCUG meeting:
Topic #1: Walkthrough and demonstrations of using System Center Orchestrator to provide automation (real-world scenario and environment)
Topic #2: Learn about how Nutanix turns complexity into simplicity by providing a converged infrastructure turning server and storage into one simple yet scalable appliance
This meeting’s sponsor is Nutanix – www.nutanix.com.
Please RSVP so we know you are coming. Beverages and appetizers will be served. All are welcome and free to all.
RSPV – Here
We’ve lined up an exciting event for January 23 at the Microsoft Offices in Creve Coeur. The event begins at 5:30 and will run to 7:30. We will have two topics being presented. Bluestripe will be sponsoring the event and coving their solution and I will be presenting on managing 3rd party devices with Configuration Manager. Please register using the Eventbrite link if you plan on attending:
Thanks and hope to see you all there!
To ensure the date is on your calendars, the next meeting will be Thursday January 23rd. Details will follow.
Come and join us for our first meeting on 11/13/2013 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at SLU Center for workforce and organizational development at the Wool Center (Second Floor) 3545 Lindell Boulevard | Saint Louis, Missouri 63103
William Bracken as agreed to share how he approached the new application model and the automation surrounding SCCM at Furniture Brands (FB). He’ll discuss how FB’s infrastructure is setup including internet based client management, give a general overview of the application model, application workflow requests, and review the backend automation he’s using to connect the dots.
We’ll also have an open discussion / Q&A not only on technology but on the STLSCUG’s structure, decide on next meetings topic based on the suggestions from the group and eat pizza. If you can make it please let me know through e-mail, linked in, text, letter in the mail, billboard, or phone call so we can plan accordingly. See you there!
I want to take the time to introduce myself and my mission for STLSCUG. My name is Jason Rutherford and I started this site to bring all the System Center people in the community together for real-world problem/resolution discussions, presentations on the various topics in the System Center suite, and to better know the System Center community in and around the St. Louis area.
We are planning the first meeting in the month of November with regular meetings to follow in 2014. The user group is meant to be beneficial to the community and we’re currently accepting ideas for presentations and topics. Ideally, we’d have a healthy mix of presenters from experts in the community, Microsoft peoples, and anyone with a presentation topic they’d want to cover on System Center.
Since the site is still being setup, please e-mail any topic suggestions to at Jason.Rutherford@RutherfordLLC.com Once the site is more established, we’ll have a better way to get topics to the group.
Date launched – 10.19.2013