Microsoft System Center Training & Certification Courses


Microsoft System Center is capable of transforming traditional Data Center environment, accessing stored data and developing modern business applications. It also empowers IT professionals to support users working anywhere in the world.

The Microsoft System Center Training and Certification courses enable candidates to maintain the physical and virtual IT environments across data centers, computers and other devices in a secure and consistent manner.

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1-on-1 training (private class) – convenient start time, flexible timings.

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Who should do Microsoft System Center Courses?

  • Enterprise Desktop Administrators
  • IT professionals


What are the benefits of completing Microsoft System Center Courses?

These certifications will enable you to:

  • Deploy, configure, manage and maintain SCCM infrastructure
  • Configure and maintain SCOM
  • Distribute applications
  • Manage resources
  • Deploy Operating Systems
  • Secure network infrastructure
  • Configure and deploy management packs

What are Microsoft System Center components?

The System Center components include:

  • App Controller – App Controller helps in managing public and private clouds, and cloud-based virtual machines and services.
  • Configuration Manager – Configuration Manager is capable of automating many tasks related to software implementation and maintenance, taking into account the organization’s software configuration policies and standards.
  • Data Protection Manager (DPM) – DPM provides disk based data protection and retrieval of file and application servers in an Active Directory domain. DPM enables recovering a lost or corrupted file or restoring an entire system. This is made possible as DPM constantly backs up client and server file systems, exchange databases, SharePoint data and SQL databases.
  • Endpoint Protection – Endpoint Protection, when combined with Configuration Manager, provides an infrastructure that looks after client management and security.
  • Operations Manager – Operations Manager helps keep a check on IT services across datacenter and cloud infrastructures. It is used to monitor the performance of server as well as client applications, and provides reports stating the current status and raises alerts whenever required.
  • Service Manager – Service Manager emphasizes on implementing IT service management (ITSM) best practices within an organization.
  • Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) – VMM helps organizations manage their virtual systems.


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Desktop Administration involves client workstation installation, configuration, maintenance and tracking technologies. These services help manage system security and increase performance for organisations without system administrators.

Salaries at entry level starts from $42,000 per annum and goes up to $59,000 per annum. The average salary for a Desktop Administrator is $52,000 a year.