Join us for a deep dive into the troubleshooting tools available to Lync voice deployment engineers and administrators. We will dig into the logs and network captures. We will try to have a fun, but deep conversation on how you can, detect and troubleshoot call quality due to network issues. We'll touch on UCCAPI logs, XML, QoE reports, Network Monitor/Wireshark tools. We'll try to have fun with some log based analysis of a call that had or reported issues.
The Windows Driver Framework (WDF) helps developers build better quality drivers, more quickly and easily. This session will discuss how the WDF can improve driver reliability and will provide an overview on what's new in the WDF in Windows 10. This session will demonstrate how to debug a WDF driver instigating a crash and walking through the basics of crash analysis. Topics include: Overview of frameworks: Kernel Mode Driver Framework (KMDF) and User Mode Driver Framework (UMDF v2), Major design decisions for drivers and their criteria: framework, logging, etc., Walkthrough a basic UMDF driver, Demo of debugging a UMDF v2 driver with WinDbg, and What's new in Windows 10 for WDF. Intended Audience: IHVs, Driver Developers.
Windows powers the App platform on Xbox One but how different or similar is the Xbox One app platform to Windows? How is Windows adapted to provide an amazing 10’ experience on Xbox Live? This session will cover how many of the great features you love on Windows are utilized on Xbox One to drive the experience and delight end-users.
In this report, we shall consider a new component in Azure—Azure Resource Manager—which allows you to work with your application as a whole, rather than as a collection of disparate services and components. In addition, Azure Resource Manager allows tagging of resources and performs automatic application deployment in a development or test environment, as well as provides for dependency tracking for settings and resources in these environments.