SCSM QuickVids for “SCSM 2012/2012R2 Authoring” – Video 1: Preparing the dev environment #SCSM

Howdy! I just started with a new Concept called “QuickVids”. There are lots of good posts out there how to deal with Service Manager, how to do and configure things. I thought that having videos that explain things might be more valuable. Not sure if this will work, but it s a first try. The QuickVidz videos are short and good portioned and will explain only a specific topic, not a complete scenario. Like that you are able to select the videos of interest and get exactly what you need and expect. I will start with a first series for “Service Manager Authoring” that explains the basics how Service Manager can be extended by creating custom management packs.

This first video explains the setup of the authoring environment with Microsoft Visual Studio and the Visual Studio Authoring Extensions for System Center (VSAE). In later videos of the series  will go through the whole process of developing a demo management pack using lots of different management pack elements. Have fun! And don’t forget that feedback is very welcome!

SCSM 2012/2012 R2 Authoring – Video 1: Preparing the dev environment
SCSM 2012/2012 R2 Authoring – Video 2: Create a class
SCSM 2012/2012 R2 Authoring – Video 3: Create a relationship and a type projection

Hint: if you experience bad video quality please download the full video to your local box and start it from there.

Cheers
Marcel

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3 Responses to SCSM QuickVids for “SCSM 2012/2012R2 Authoring” – Video 1: Preparing the dev environment #SCSM

  1. Jagadish says:

    Hi Marcel…
    Greetings.
    Wonderful posts and excellent videos…:-). Thanks a million for all the SCSM posts aswell.

    Regards,
    Jagadish

  2. Morten Aulie Pettersen says:

    This is great! Looking forward to the next videos in this series, thank you for sharing.

  3. Ke Su says:

    Great work Marcel! I really wish something like this had existed for when I started (luckily I discovered your VSAE blog posts after some days and weeks of frustration!).

    (a small criticism: your audio-mixing was a bit off, the music was too loud in contrast to your voice)

    You are doing really great work for the community Marcel, thanks 🙂

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