Infrastructure & Management User Group Summary – 18/11/2009

יום חמישי, נובמבר 19, 2009

Hi guys, It was very nice meeting you all yesterday at the re-birth of the Infrastructure & Management User Group. Below is the presentation for the main subject we talked about – “Windows 2008 R2 Overview”. We will continue next month, on December 17th with the subject “Active Directory improvements in Windows 2008 R2”. In the meantime, share your thoughts and interesting finds at the group site - http://www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=2389097 Have a great weekend and take care! :) What's New In Windows Server 2008 R2 For IT Pros - Extended Edition ...

Presentations from the System Center Round Table for Enterprise Clients

יום שישי, דצמבר 19, 2008

As promised, I’ve uploaded the presentations from the sessions I gave on December 18th at Microsoft Israel. Enjoy.   Physical And Virtual Server Management Deploying Windows With Configuration Manager 2007 R2 Data Protection Manager 2007 Dynamic Server Provisioning With Ops Manager And Hyper V – Notes From The Field

Extending Terminal Services and Hyper-V VDI in Windows 7

יום שלישי, נובמבר 11, 2008

Check out this presentation on advanced topics in the Windows Graphics remoting architecture (RDP 7). This talk introduces new Windows 7 remoting features and discusses how they are going to be leveraged in Microsoft's Windows 7 client and server products. Finally, this presentation covers how you can integrate well with core remoting infrastructure services to enhance your applications to run from anywhere, so that your applications will be available to end-users when they are on-the-go.
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Microsoft’s Virtualization Launch – Key Takeaways

יום שלישי, ספטמבר 16, 2008

I had the opportunity today (16.9.08) to participate in Microsoft’s getVIRTUALnow event, and to present the session "Physical and Virtual Server Management" I presented my take on data center management, which involves automating management tasks in response to system\application states. It was impressive to see the number of vendors that were present in the event. Microsoft seem to be quick in building the required ecosystem of partners that will push it's Virtualization offerings greatly in my opinion. The main point in my presentation was that when looking at the data center (or IT environment) as a whole, tools like Systems...