Hello everyone, here is part 7 of a series focusing on Application Deployment in Configuration Manager. This series is recorded by @Steve Rachui, a Microsoft principal premier field engineer. These tutorials are from our library and uses Configuration Manager 2012 in the demos, however the concepts are still relevant for Configuration Manager current branch.
This session includes demonstrating some of the database changes that happen as a result of creating a sample application. The discussion focuses on the way applications are represented and stored in several of the key configuration items tables. The demo also follows the configuration items as dependencies, requirements and supercedence relationships are added to the application. The session wraps up by deploying the application and following it to the primary child site with the ultimate goal of preparing policy for consumption by the client.
Next in the series Steve discusses the distribution point, focusing on the way the content store is leveraged during the application creation, the internal structure of the content store, the efficiencies of the content store and content movement to distribution points at other site.
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