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Microsoft TechEd Preview

TechEd 2006 consists of hundreds of learning opportunities featuring Microsoft Product Managers, Developers, Programmers, IT Managers with select sessions from leading industry experts. Sessions and labs will cover everything from managing mature technologies, integrating breakthrough solutions, developing on the latest platforms to preparing your IT infrastructure for soon to release technologies. Below is a small list of the virtualization learning opportunities that are available to you at TechEd.


SVR302 - Virtual Server R2 SP1 Beta: Introduction
Monday, June 12 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM, 157 ABC
Speaker(s): Rajiv Arunkundram, Jeff Woolsey

This session focuses on the new features of Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 such as Intel VT and AMD VT support, Volume Shadow Services support and how to use the features to provide additional solution capability. The session also covers the roadmap for virtualization technologies from Microsoft.
Session Level(s): 300


SVR335 - Virtual Server Solution Scenarios
Monday, June 12 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM, 258 ABC
Speaker(s): Robert Larson, Allen Stewart

This session focuses on the three main solution areas for Virtual Server: Branch Office solution, high availability with clustering, disaster recovery, and test and dev environments. The session provides best practices on how to evaluate the requirements for a specific virtualization solution and some key tips and tricks for effective deployment of Virtual Server.
Session Level(s): 300


SVR216 - Virtual Server: Customer Success Stories
Tuesday, June 13 4:30 PM - 5:45 PM, 259 AB
Speaker(s): Jeff Ding, Ivar Hyngstrom, Ken Isacson, Dimitri Mundarain, Tony Tayler

This session focuses on customer success stories of how customers evaluated and selected Virtual Server over competing technologies/vendors. This session provides you with best practices on how to evaluate a virtualization solution and an example of how a customer actually deployed virtualization in their environment.
Session Level(s): 200


Thanks to Richard Cardona for the news!

Published Thursday, June 08, 2006 7:29 AM by David Marshall
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