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System Center Essentials 2010–Was kann es und was nicht

Wie berichtet, wurde System Center Essentials 2010 vor kurzem gelauncht.

Einige Partner haben mich gefragt, was SCE 2010 mehr kann als SCE 2007 und wie es sich von den “großen” Produkten SCCM, SCOM und SCVMM unterscheidet.

Diese Fragen sind auf http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/en/us/essentials/sce-compare-products.aspx sehr übersichtlich aufgelistet.

Grundsätzliches Ziel von System Center Essentials 2010:

  • Gebaut für MidSize-Companies
  • Zielgruppe ist der IT-Generalist beim Kunden, der eine breite Palette an IT Aufgaben hat
  • max. 50 Server in der Verwaltung möglich
  • max. 500 WIndows Clients in der Verwaltung  möglich
  • Single Management Server Lösung (1 SCE2010 pro Domäne)
  • einfach in der Verwendung
  • interessantes Pricing

Hier nun der Featurevergleich mit System Center Operations Manager 2007:

Monitoring

Operations Manager 2007

SCE 2010

SCE 2010 difference

Monitoring of Windows servers, clients, hardware, software, and services

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Essentials ships with a Network device management pack

Management Packs with Expert Knowledge

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Agentless Exception Monitoring (AEM)

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Add Monitoring Wizard

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Reporting

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Essentials data storage limited to 40 days. No report authoring

Branch office monitoring

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Essentials 2010 is a single server solution; no tiered connection of servers

Role-based security

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Local or domain admin only for Essentials 2010 server

Connector Framework

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Audit Collection Services

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Web Console

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Cross-platform support

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Hier der Featurevergleich mit dem System Center Configuration Manager 2007

Configuration

ConfigMgr 2007

SCE 2010

SCE 2010 difference

Patch Mgmt (Microsoft and Third party)

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Software Distribution

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Essentials offers basic .MSI and .EXE deployment with optional command line parameters. No advanced packaging capability.

Hardware and Software Inventory

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Essentials collects 60+ fixed software and hardware attributes. Configuration Manager 2007 inventory is extensible

Branch office updates and software dist.

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Essentials is a single server solution using BITS 2.0 (bandwidth aware). No site replication servers

Operating System Deployment

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Windows XP or Vista to Windows 7 using MDT MP

Desired Configuration management

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Wake on LAN

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Network Address Protection (NAP) integration

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Und hier der Vergleich mit dem System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2:

Configuration

Hyper-V Console

SCE 2010

VMM 2008 R2

Templates

 

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Candidate Identification

 

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Physical to Virtual Conversion

 

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Virtual to Virtual Conversion (Vmware)

 

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Migration across physical machines

 

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Virtualization Reports

 

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Monitoring VMs

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Physical resource optimization (PRO)

 

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Library

 

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Provisioning

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VM configuration & properties

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VM state

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Checkpoints (Snapshots)

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64 bit guest OS

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Hardware Assisted Virtualization

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Live thumbnail

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Synthetic Network Support

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Import VM (multiple VHD + snapshot)

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Virtual Network Configuration

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Inspect Disk

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VM cloning

  

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VMWare Management

  

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Self-service console

  

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Meiner Meinung nach kurz, knackig, steirisch – eine gute Übersicht

Viel Spaß damit

Christian Decker

Christian.Decker@microsoft.com

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