This focus of this session is the Microsoft Azure Cloud services that complement the Part 1 Internet of Things Devices session. In this session you'll gain an understanding of cloud services for Internet of Things scenarios. Learn about how Azure services supports telemetry data ingestion, storage, processing, insight, visualisation and command and control.
Join 5nine Software's Symon Perriman to see an overview of the main features and capabilities coming in the next version of Windows Server. The new capabilities will enhance management of servers, storage, networks, and workloads while improving service delivery, business continuity and security. Learn how the convergence of Windows Server with System Center and Microsoft Azure are enabling new hybrid cloud capabilities for Hyper-V, Networking, Storage Services, Failover Clustering and more.
The Lync Call Quality Methodology (CQM) is a practical approach that applies the broad guidance we have published in the Lync Networking Guide. CQM is a data driven framework backed by SQL queries and an operational process to systematically improve and maintain call quality. CQM was derived from Microsoft and some of our largest customer deployments. CQM was published in v2 of the Networking Guide complete with queries and an updated set of 2010/2013 KHIs. This session will go through the individual components of CQM, describe our recommended process for implementing it, show findings from using CQM and go into detail on how the SQL queries work and how you can customize them for you or your customer's needs.
Windows continues to innovate on its implementation of core operating system security. To achieve the conflicting goals of security and compatibility, it can be complex. How do you understand how it works? Join "The App Compat Guy" for a deep dive into the operating system internals where security decisions begin. This is an operating system internals session, and not a packaged software session.