The third installment in our series on Software Defined Networking (SDN) with Lync continues with an exploration of Quality of Service. In this session we'll explore how UC as an end-user application can automatically program a SDN environment so that the network can self-adapt and provision itself to maximize the performance of real-time traffic like voice and video. Together with our partner HP Networking, you'll get to see exactly how Lync and the network work together to provide optimal quality across the enterprise network.
If you're taking the next step with Lync voice, you'll want to know more about Enhanced 911. Complete with real world examples of deploying Location Information Services and Enhanced 911 functionality for Lync Server 2013, this session will go through the planning and deployment steps necessary to get started. You'll also hear about the common issues that can arise and learn how to address them in your deployment_x000D_
In this interactive session, we create an application in C# and XAML. Upon building the app there are multiple areas we explore, however the choice of where this session leads is up to the audience. The application will be broken down into multiple scenarios and as the product owners you get to decide what we implement. Topics the users can choose from include using Sensors, Toast Notifications, User Information with Roaming Profiles, Live Tiles and Globalization, to name a few. This talk may require audience participation through the use of mobile devices.