The System Center Universe is coming to Switzerland in September!

System Center Universe has spanned Houston Texas and Kuala Lumpur Malaysia in 2014. Europe is next on the SCU world stage and it’s an event you will not want to miss! What are this year’s highlights for the SCU Europe event?

  • 40+ top speakers and community experts from around the world
  • 3 conference days with 4 parallel tracks
  • Unlimited access to all 60 breakout sessions
  • Exhibition & networking area
  • First class catering
  • Networking party
  • Exhibition & networking area

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Key Event information:

  • System Center Universe 2014 Europe
  • Date: September 17-19, 2014
  • Location: Basel-Switzerland
  • Venue: Congress Center Basel
  • Conference Language: English

One of the forty sessions that you will be able to see at SCU Europe, my fellow OpsMgr devotee Marnix Wolf will be presenting a session which I really wish I could attend. (The picture below is from a session that Marnix and I did together at MMS 2013).

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Here’s the highlights:

Session title: A Journey Into The Inner Space Of SCOM

Session description:

So you’ve got SCOM up & running. Your IT infrastructure is covered, end-to-end. Whether on premise or cloud based, components, applications and even on a transactional level. All is being monitored by SCOM. Congratulations!

But how about SCOM itself? Even though SCOM is a powerful tool, it’s software with its challenges and even quirks. Some of them are out in the open where others are hidden from plain sight. And yet, they do affect your monitoring solution, sometimes without YOU knowing it. So dashboards don’t reflect the situation you THINK they do…

What to do? And like other software as well, sometimes something just breaks. What to do? Call Microsoft Customer Support Services? Run away? Hide under your desk? Or fight it with all you’ve got?

Are you ready to take a journey into the inner space of SCOM? Learn about the quirks and how to address them? And when something breaks, learn how to run a proper trouble shooting procedure?

If so, join this session, presented by a person who’s living in the SCOM trenches for quite a few years, sharing his personal experiences, stories and even anecdotes!

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