Join this session for a journey through the lifecycle of a Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) 5.0 package. From the birth of a sequenced package through deployment, streaming, configuration, updates, connection groups, user customization and eventual termination. This session is based solely on stand-alone mode, demo-driven, behind-the-scenes views of how each part of the application lifecycle is handled by the App-V Client. No ties to Configuration Manager or Full Infrastructure, just an under the hood insight into how App-V applications are handled regardless of delivery mechanisms.
Recent updates to Mobile Services make it easier than ever to add a mobility layer to existing enterprise systems and data. Learn how you can take advantage of key features like authenticating users via Active Directory, easily configuring a point-to-point connection between on-premises assets like Oracle or SAP and a Mobile Services backend, offline sync, and more.
Mark Russinovich will share his vision on what Azure is today and where Microsoft is taking it in the future. As one of the most trusted Technical Fellows at Microsoft and with his new role as CTO for Azure, Mark has a unique perspective of how Azure is architected and what individuals can do to get the most out of this platform.
Note: at [12:20] we referenced DataStax being on Hadoop. In actual fact DataStax is based on Apache Cassandra (http://cassandra.apache.org/), an open source NOSQL distributed database management system, highly optimized for clusters spanning multiple datacenters, with asynchronous masterless replication allowing low latency operations for all clients.
Converged networking has great potential for increasing the performance, flexibility, and cost effectiveness of your Hyper-V deployment. However, it also introduces new concepts and new potentials for misconfiguration. Come to this session to hear from the Hyper-V and Networking team on the best way to approach converged networking for Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V environments.