Unified Management Delivered

Microsoft System Center delivers unified data and application management solutions for your entire organization. This enterprise-class service provides deep and comprehensive management across all on-premises, service provider, and Microsoft cloud environments.

The System Center is designed to simplify your working life while increasing performance and agility throughout your organization. Designed to automate workflows and provide faster time to value, the System Center gives you the ability to manage technology and tools wherever you are.

Microsoft System Center

Key Benefits

Microsoft Systems Center delivers a simplified data center management experience with out-of-the-box monitoring, provisioning, configuration, automation, protection and self-service.

Comprehensive Management

Complex working environments demand simple management solutions. Microsoft System Center offers support for multiple operating systems and environments, including Windows Server, Windows 10, and Azure security and management tools.

Automation and Self Service

Automation and Self Service

Efficient workplace practices rely on automation to reduce errors and increase productivity. Microsoft System Center offers built-in IT service management and self-service capabilities through an intuitive web portal. The System Center improves outcomes through automation and smart management controls.

Deep Cloud Integration

Cloud Integration

Modern organizations increasingly rely on cloud platforms and services. Microsoft System Center offers data visibility and control over the cloud, including support for virtual Linux instances and multiple hypervisors.

Workload and Infrastructure Monitoring

Making sense of workflows and generated data depends on monitoring and analysis. Microsoft System Center is capable of monitoring the health and capacity of your data centers, and diagnosing issues across applications and workloads before they result in downtime.

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