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Broadcast In the real world, you need to manage hundreds of apps, multiple operating systems, many classes of service. And now they're asking for cloud, too.

What do you do with the rest of your day?

Watch our latest Regcast, that's what.

On September 15th at 11:00 BST we will be teaming up with datacentre expert Gordon McKenna at Inframon and Microsoft to bring you four practical ways to manage the datacentre on your terms.

El Reg's Tim Phillips's will play host as they address how to deal with four important problems:

1. How do you manage your apps?

2. How do you manage cross-platform environments from the metal up?

3. How do you assure application performance?

4. How do you accommodate internal and external cloud services?

Gordon's promising us demos from the bleeding edge of Microsoft System Center 2012, because he doesn't think he should tell you what to do unless he shows you how to do it. We agree.

Join us from the comfort of your browser to find out if you do too.

You can register for this week's main event right here, for free.

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