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The Cloudcast #222 - Microsoft OMS Helps You Understand How the Web-scale Clouds Are Built

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The Cloudcast #222 - Microsoft OMS Helps You Understand How the Web-scale Clouds Are Built

Microsoft Operations Management Suite is useful for reducing the learning curve for those organizations trying to replicate the web-scale clouds like AWS and Azure.

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Brian talks with Jeremy Winter (Principle Group Program Manager @Microsoft) about the changing culture at Microsoft, the evolution of Hybrid Cloud management, OMS technology support and how Microsoft is listening to customers differently.*

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Date: November 20, 2015

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Topic 1 - Jeremy, you’ve been at Microsoft for a while and the company culture has been through a bunch of changes recently. Tell us about your background and what’s happening at Microsoft.

Topic 2 - Many people know Microsoft Systems Center, so where does OMS fit into the broader Microsoft management framework? How does this tie into recent announcements from Microsoft + Red Hat?

Topic 3 - Lots of new capabilities in OMS (Security, Automation, Logging, etc.), let's walk through what a customer's experience is like, especially across both private and public cloud environment

Topic 4 - Many technologists are struggling with the pace of technology change, especially with some of the advanced stuff that's trying to replicate the web-scale clouds (AWS, Azure, etc.). How does OMS help reduce some of that learning curve, and what are some of the individual tools that someone could remove/reduce by using OMS instead?

Topic 5 - In the OMS announcement, you talk about working closely with customers to build the experience. Tell us about how that process works and some of the feedback you got that wasn't expected?

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