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Microsoft Management Summit 2012 : Las Vegas, Here I Come, Again!

Microsoft Management Summit 2012 : Las Vegas, Here I Come, Again!

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This is the time of the year when anybody who works on Microsoft Virtualization and System Center technologies gets excited about Microsoft Management Summit which happens every year where thousands of IT PROs joins to share knowledge, exchange ideas, indulge in networking and get to do some deep dive technical learning on new technologies and make themselves aware about new innovations that are happening around Microsoft Virtualization and System Center Technologies.

Historically MMS has gained its reputation of a platform for major product announcements and launches, Last year at MMS 2011, we announced the availability of System Center 2012 Beta and discussed through our keynotes and sessions how it enables Microsoft Private Cloud Platform. It was really nice speaking and meeting lot of you last year at Mandalay Bay.

I am really excited about our upcoming MMS 2012 which is scheduled to be held from April 16 – 20, 2012 at The Venetian, Last Vegas for so many reasons.

We published the following abstract of Brad Anderson’s Keynote Speech to give you an insight what is stored for you in MMS 2012.

Day 1: Microsoft Private Cloud. Built for the Future. Ready Now.
Cloud computing and the delivery of true IT as a Service is one of the most profound industry shifts in decades. Join Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft’s Management and Security Division, as he shares Microsoft’s vision for cloud computing and shows how System ...Center 2012, as part of the Microsoft private cloud, will enable you to deliver the promise of cloud computing in your organization today.

Day 2: A World of Connected Devices
Clouds and cloud-connected devices are changing the world of work and our daily interactions. Tech-savvy and always-connected, people want faster, more intuitive technology, uninterrupted services, and the freedom to work anywhere, anytime, on a variety of devices. Join Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President of the Management and Security Division at Microsoft to learn how System Center 2012 and Windows Intune can help IT embrace this new reality today, and in the future, by making the right intelligent infrastructure investments.

I am also excited to present this year about all new capabilities of System Center 2012- Virtual Machine Manager with following objectives in mind.

  • To provide you a Technical Overview of new Virtualization and cloud management capabilities in VMM 2012 and how it solves todays administrator's pain points.
  • Make you aware about the things you can now do with VMM 2012 which you couldn’t do earlier with VMM 2008 R2
  • Empower you to deploy or upgrade to VMM 2012 with minimum effort.

You can get more information about the session below and if you are a registered attendee you should be able to add it to your Session builder.

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In addition to the speaking opportunities, I would also be available to meet you all during "Speaker Q&A" session at the end of the day of the session and also at Microsoft Pavilion.

Since I work very closely with Microsoft partners, I would like to meet few of you and discuss how we can enable you to drive, develop and design System Center and Microsoft Private Cloud solutions for our customers.

Please use the Email Author link to drop me an email if you would like to meet, please mention your partner id so that I can get more information about your organization.

And if you are a twitter enthusiast like me and would like to keep up with the event,  follow me at www.twitter.com/iftekharh

See you at Las Vegas.

Cheers,

Iftekhar

Comments
  • Congrats and gr8 job Iftekhar. Proud of you as always. MA. :)

  • Sounds fantastic! See you there!

  • are there any general passes available?

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