A site dedicated to Cloud and Datacenter Management


Hello All,

I started this blog to document my new home lab setup, specifically dedicated to running my own Private Cloud lab.

Within my lab, I will be running each System Center 2012 product (Operations Manager, Configuration Manager, Virtual Machine Manager, Data Protection Manager, Orchestrator, Service Manager, and App Controller) on their own set of VM’s.

I have a very specific plan that I will follow (and document), which I will detail at a later time.

But first, I would like to say welcome to all who are interested in following my efforts.

UPDATE: Hi everyone, since I have completed creating Installation and Configuration guides for most of the System Center products, I’m trying to decide what to focus on next.

Should I start on some deep-dives (i.e. with SCOM), or would the community perfer to see exam-based gudies (i.e. MCSE Private Cloud objective examples and walk-through)? Or is there something else?

I may post a poll with a few options, but I’m also looking for comments from the community on what everyone would like to see/find helpful.


I have recently changed the look of the site, along with converting the pages into posts to make it easier to share.

What do you think? Do you like the changes?

5 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. hey Adin, sounds very cool.
    I am working as a “builder” now. I quit the RSO job, and got an SO5. They are training me on ESXi (VMWare).
    But I am interested in cloud. so I will keep a watch on your blog


  2. Hey Adin,

    Great job on the blog! I hope everything is going well with you at the new job! Let me know if you ever need an Exchange/Lync guy, I will always be at your rescue.

    Take care bro.

  3. Any possibility of posting lab tutorial on how to integrate App-v with SCCM 2012 R2 to use App-v Virtual Environment feature in SCCM 2012 R2?

    1. Hi Ram. Thanks for the request. I will see what I can do. Any other suggestions that you think others would want? I’m trying to get more traffic for my blog, and I appreciate feedback and suggestions / requests. It might be a little bit, as I have to RMA some hardware from my lab. But I will add your request to my list.

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