Microsoft offers an efficient and flexible way to enable hosted real time communications in the cloud for small and large organizations with Office 365 and Lync Online-Multitenant. However, some organizations may require a private environment based on special requirements like regulations, laws or additional compliance rules in specific geographical regions. In these cases, Microsoft offer Lync Online-Dedicated, which is a private instance of Lync hosted in the Microsoft datacenters.
This session will provide an overview of Lync Online-Dedicated: the benefits, the technology, when it makes sense for a company to think about dedicated deployments, how Microsoft runs our private datacenters, and what features and capabilities are available today. This session also targets large organizations that are interested in Microsoft's private cloud / dedicated hosting offering and want to understand the differences between all types of hosted offerings from Microsoft to Microsoft's partner ecosystem. We are very looking forward to meet you there and to offer you next to this session a questions/answering opportunity with our experts on stage and after the session
In questa sessione saranno discusse le peculiarità dei due principali stack di virtualizzazione (VMware vSphere e Microsoft Hyper-V) partendo dai concetti chiave di ciascun prodotto, dalle diverse funzionalità (e degli equivalenti in ciascun mondo), fino a discutere delle problematiche di conversione Virtual to Virtual (V2V) tra un ambiente e l'altro. Infine saranno discusse alcune soluzioni di gestione e monitoraggio multi-hypervisor.
One of the first key use cases identified for Software Defined Networking (SDN) with Unified Communications has been with Diagnostics. Join us as we dive into the use of SDN to understand, troubleshoot and optimize the quality of your Lync deployment at the network level. Along with our partner Nectar, we'll have lots of demos around how the recently released Lync SDN API is used to provide greater insight into the Lync media flows across your network.