This presentation discusses Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) infrastructure design and lessons learned from a series of customer deployments. Topics include Management and Reporting Server design, Shared Content placement/replication, Publishing Server placement, load balancing options, Rapid Scale-out solutions, sizing calculations, and data store configuration options. Examples for using Windows PowerShell to automate and bridge product gaps are demonstrated. Use cases discussed include Published Desktops vs. Applications, VDI Density Reduction, and IOPS/Application Footprint Reduction.
Enterprise Mode for Windows Internet Explorer 11 will provide improved Internet Explorer 8 compatibility, and tools to manage which web apps use it. This session is a deep-dive on deploying and managing Enterprise Mode, as an interim solution until legacy web apps can be upgraded to modern standards. By decreasing the dependency on older browsers, customers can stay up to date with Windows, services like Office 365, and Windows tablets.
Microsoft's Lync Engineering team regularly run All-Hands (Town Hall) sessions with up to 1,000 online participants with speakers in 4 sites. In this session you will hear from the Lync Program Management team who facilitate and support these meetings. You will get first hand best-practice on everything from scheduling the Lync Meeting to what audio and video devices to use to how to handle Q&A. Attend this session to learn more about the infrastructure required and what Lync Admin settings are needed to hold a successful meeting. _x000D_