In this 300 level session Tony delves deep into the bowels of AD to bring forth best practice tips and tricks learned in the field. The content will cover a number of different areas, including finding inactive objects, optimising AD Site design, understanding the AdminSDHolder object, adding custom schema extensions, FSMO role placement, getting the full benefit of AD read-only snapshots, auditing directory service access, redirecting the default computers and users container and more!
In this session will take a look at how we protect our VM's and make sure they are resilient. We will take a look at local backup, Windows Azure backup and Hyper-V replication. We will also take a look a brief look at System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM). As your infrastructure grows, and you want to start managing many Hyper-V hosts at scale, and want to take advantage of more advanced deployment options and capabilities. SCVMM plays a very important role, and in this session you get an introduction to this tool
In preparation for the event, we recommend that you download the free, full-featured version of Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 as well these other free evaluations available for download:
Windows Phone applications don't need to be all about taps and swipes. Enabling voice interactions within your phone applications allow all new ways to engage users. This session will show how to enable an app to be launched via voice commands (e.g. 'Search for Kangaroos'), and enabling voice interactions within an app (e.g. 'Pause'/'Turn the page').