Lara Rubbelke brings her passion for architecting, implementing, and improving SQL Server solutions to the community as a Principal Program Manager for Microsoft. As of 2012, Lara is also bringing this passion to the PASS Board of Directors.
Many know Lara from her work on the EPM Framework, a popular solution to extend Policy Based Management to the enterprise. Her expertise involves both OLTP and OLAP systems, data management, performance tuning, encryption, ETL, and the BI lifecycle. She is an active board member of the Minnesota PASS Chapter and regularly delivers technical presentations at user groups, for webcasts, and at local, regional, and national conferences. She has presented at TechEd, PASS Summit, and the SQL Server Launch and delivers webcasts on MSDN and TechNet. Before joining Microsoft, Lara was a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).
Der Betrieb von virtuellen Maschinen mit kritischen Daten ist oftmals eine Herausforderung für die Unternehmens-IT. Insbesondere, wenn die Datensicherheit für diese VMs in Zweigniederlassungen oder Outsourcing-Szenarien gewährleistet werden soll.
Auch Hoster möchten die virtuellen Systeme Ihrer Kunden effektiv vor unerlaubtem Zugriff schützen. Ebenso sollen Kunden die Kontrolle darüber haben, welchen Hostern sie vertrauen ihre VMs ausführen zu können - und welchen nicht.
Windows 10 adds new hardware support enabling you to build apps that connect with both the past and the future. Come learn about developing apps for: • USB connected accessories on Phones, Tablets, and PCs • Popular prototyping boards like Arduinos • The large installed base of serial connectivity devices, like 30 year old natural gas meters. This session covers developing apps for USB Accessories and the design and use of Windows Runtime Serial API for universal apps. Speakers: Arvind Aiyar and George Roussos.
Visual Studio Community 2013 is a new, full-featured, and FREE addition to the Visual Studio product lineup. View demos that highlight multi-device apps across Windows, Android, and iOS, and that show how Visual Studio Community can be extended to support additional languages like Python. Join Scott Hanselman, Dmitry Lyalin and members of the product team to see how this community edition includes capabilities that are perfect for individual developers, students, open source contributors, and small teams.