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Wow! 27 days before the start of Tech-Days 08. And the Infrastructure track is coming along great. Across the country we will have a team of great professionals presenting and passing on the knowledge and the passion they have for their respective specialty. I’m really looking forward to it.
The kick-off in Toronto will be highlighted by such professionals as, Mitch Garvis, Marcelo Tamaki from CMS Consulting, Scott Stubberfield from MCS, and Kim Frank from CTE Solutions to name a few.
These guys are great. And I’m convinced that you’ll all learn new and exciting ways to leverage technology to further your careers, and increase the efficiencies of your respective work loads.
Mitch will guide us through the best practices in deploying and managing EBS (Essential Business Server), Scott, as a follow up to his presentations during the Unified Communication Launch, will cover how capacity planning is critical to the success of an OCS deployment, and show you how to leverage the available planning tool to increase the effectiveness of your deployments. Marcelo will dive into high availability and how Windows 2008 Clustering is simplified and streamlined to allow greater flexibility and higher availability. Kim for his session will take an IT Pro view of managing web applications and migrating them to IIS7. He’ll take you through real life scenarios and provide some great guidance for simplified migration, management and deployment of web applications across your web farms.
This is going to be a great Tech-Days Kick-off. The other 6 cities will be just as riveting. The speaker lists are not yet finalized but I’ll be sure to keep you updated regularly. Actually, I will post the Montreal line up this Friday. In the mean time, if you have not yet registered for Tech-Days, or want to check out the sessions and abstracts for the Infrastructure track or the other 4 Track, check out http://www.techdays.ca for all the info and registration details.
I can’t express to you how excited I am about this. You could even say that I’m “Super Exited”!!
It will a great occasion to connect with your peers, exchange information, make contacts and learn new things. Hey! Because there is always more to learn, make sure to be at Microsoft Tech·Days Canada 2008: The technology training conference for Canadian IT Professionals and Developers
Looking forward to see you there