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  • Hello,

    We are planning a project to migrate all of our System center deployments to either AWS or Azure starting with SCSM. I am wondering if there is any benefits to actually hosting the SCSM server on azure vs AWS. Same question for SCOM,SCCM, and SCORCH.

    2020年4月1日 19:41

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    2020年4月2日 9:48
  • Hi,

    It is possible to have all System Center components in the cloud, but the question is as you said, what is the benefit?

    A few benefits would be the security, scalability and updates, this is usually much easier and better handled in the cloud.

    Having these components in the cloud can also have a few drawbacks, you need to ensure that the latency isn't too high, you might also need to reconfigure/redesign your permissions and firewalls.

    Other than that I don't see an issue why the System Center prodcuts cannot be in the cloud :-)

    Best regards,
    Leon


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    2020年4月2日 9:57
  • Hello,

    We are planning a project to migrate all of our System center deployments to either AWS or Azure starting with SCSM. I am wondering if there is any benefits to actually hosting the SCSM server on azure vs AWS. Same question for SCOM,SCCM, and SCORCH.

    Hi,

    the topic was discussed a while ago and particular regarding SCSWM there was a presenation from Cireson:

    SCSM + Azure: A Match Made in.....the Cloud!

    Most probably you know it already. IMHO there are benefits if you plan to move all your infrastrcuture to the Cloud. Yes. If you are still in a hybrid scenario and you just want to evaluate the benefits of runnins SCSM (or any other System Center product) in the Cloud vs. On-Prem then I cannot find any benefits, only drawbacks. 
    Like Leon mention, you will have to re-design your network, ensure suffcient DB performance in Azure, move your servers, etc.etc.. 

    this would apply for almost all products. SCOrch is an exception. I would move SCOrch to the cloud simply, because there we have Azure Automation and this is a "native" Cloud service. If you want to adopt Azure properly, imho using Azure native services would be the proper approach - Azure Monitor for monitoring, Azure Automation, etc.

    Hope I could be of help.

    Regards,


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    2020年4月2日 10:34