I hope you enjoy the blogs we provide at AskPFEPlat. We love sharing our passion for Microsoft Technologies. But, believe it or not, we do have day jobs. As Premier Field Engineers we spend most of our time with Microsoft Premier Support customers, helping them learn, test, deploy and troubleshoot the technology. It’s this hands-on experiences with customers that helps drive the content that we deliver in our blogs.
One of the dimensions of a Microsoft Platforms PFE includes delivering Risk Assessments for Microsoft Platforms-related technologies, such as Active Directory (ADRAP), Failover Clustering (CSRAP) or the Windows Desktop (WDRAP).
Fellow platforms PFE, Yong Rhee, has a great blog that describes an evolution in our traditional Risk Assessments – RAP as a Service (RaaS). The blog does a great job of explaining RaaS and includes details for requesting more information. If you do engage PFE services, remember to tell them that AskPFEPlat sent you. We might even be able to arrange to have one of our blogging superstars deliver for you. And if they’re not available, maybe we can send Mark .
Doug "Cheap Shot" Symalla
We've done a couple of in-person RAPs, and they were always very informative (if not brain-meltingly technical). :) I'm going to assume right now from that profile picture Mark is "The most interesting man in the Microsoft world..."
It's always good to hear about positive experiences with our RAPs and the PFEs that deliver them.
I can assure you, that Mark is "most interesting". :) His customers love him.
I've seen this at a few customers.