You've migrated parts of your application to in-memory. But now you are not seeing a serious performance improvement, or maybe even a performance degradation! What's going on? In this session we walk you through several performance problems we have seen with customers, and show how to diagnose and resolve the issues to ultimately obtain the performance improvement you're looking for from in-memory OLTP. We address a variety of issues, including log IO bottlenecks, index tuning, and query plan problems.
This session provides a deep dive of User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) 2.0, which allows your customers to personalize their experience across virtualized and physical environments. Specifically, it delves into how to leverage UE-V 2.0 across your Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and physical devices from a lab deployment through deploying and managing UE-V 2.0 with Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager in your Enterprise.
With the proliferation of mobile devices as well as the flexibility of delivering mixed topology implementations of Lync, Exchange and other dependent systems, optimizing your security architecture has never been more important. Derek and team will cover: _x000D_ _x000D_ Security Framework: Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability _x000D_ Telecom and network security best practices _x000D_ Trends in authentication: Mobile devices, 2-Factor Authentication _x000D_ Encryption TLS and sRTP_x000D_ Resilient certificate management _x000D_ Mitigating the risk of denial of Service attacks _x000D_ Basic steps for protecting against minute theft _x000D_ Real life edge and reverse proxy scenarios_x000D_
Since its release in 2002, .NET has become one of the premier developer platforms for building applications for devices and services. In this video we'll go over the new .NET 4.5.1 which builds on that foundation and delivers a number of new innovations while maintaining a high compatibility bar for existing applications. We'll walk through new features that focus on Developer Productivity, Application Performance and Continuous Innovation. Examples will include diagnostics improvements, library enhancements and new features in Windows Store development.