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Microsoft to launch System Center 2012

System Center to help companies roll out private clouds

Microsoft to launch System Center 2012
System Center will give customers the flexibility to deploy cloud computing environments to suit their needs, says Abu Ltaif.

Microsoft has announced the launch of a release candidate version of its System Center 2012, which will enable companies to develop their own private clouds.

System Center 2012 integrates eight previous products into one, to simplify purchase, creation and deployment of private clouds. The product provides a single console to manage virtual, physical, and cloud environments across all their data centres.

The deployment of private clouds and the adoption of a service-driven computing model will give businesses the benefit of pooling resources and consolidating databases, scaling computing resources, enable self provision of systems and better customization and control.

"Microsoft is committed to putting the unique and ever-evolving needs of customers at the core of cloud innovation," said Samer Abu Ltaif, General Manager for Microsoft Gulf. "The latest updates to Private Cloud provide customers with maximum flexibility to choose a cloud computing solution that meets their organization's specialized collaboration needs."

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