Getting started with System Insights in 10 minutes

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First published on TECHNET on Jul 24, 2018
This post was authored by Garrett Watumull, PM on the Windows Server team at Microsoft. Follow him @GarrettWatumull on Twitter.

In the past couple weeks, we've posted a few short videos to help you learn about and use System Insights , a new predictive analytics feature on Windows Server. In less than 10 minutes, you can learn all the information you need to get started and confidently manage System Insights.

1. Get started with System Insights


In this introductory video, learn more about System Insights, hear about the predictive functionality that ships with Windows Server 2019, and watch how you can quickly install System Insights using Windows Admin Center or PowerShell.


2. Learn about System Insights capabilities


In this video, learn about System Insights capabilities, which are the machine learning or statistics models that help you proactively manage your deployments. This video walks you through the steps and configuration options for managing these capabilities.


3. Create your own remediation actions


System Insights enables you to automatically kick off a mitigation script based on the prediction result of a capability. This allows you to spend less time reacting to issues in your deployments, as you can proactively and automatically respond to any prediction results.  In this video, watch us configure a basic action and learn how to create your own.



Hopefully, these videos give you the information you need to get started with System Insights. We're excited to hear your feedback, and we look forward to announcing some new functionality in the coming weeks.

You can join the Windows Insider program to start evaluating Windows Server 2019 today.

For any other questions, visit our documentation or submit feedback using Feedback Hub or emailing system-insights-feed@microsoft.com.

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