The only thing more fun than Las Vegas in the Springtime has got to be the DPM sessions at the Microsoft Management Summit 2009 (MMS-2009.com) – April 27 – May 1st.

If you are coming – check out our DPM sessions:

MONDAY        
April 27 @ 1:30PM SO20 breakout session Ray Maker Designing DPM 2007 deployments for Branch Environments
         
TUESDAY        
April 28 @ 10:15AM IO30 instructor-led lab Mike Kellogg; Ray Maker How to protect Exchange Server with DPM 2007 sp1
April 28 @ 6:45PM BO02 birds of a feather Ray Maker How MS IT deployed DPM and other lessons learned
         
WEDNESDAY        
April 29 @ 10:15AM IO32 instructor-led lab Jason How to protect SharePoint with DPM 2007 sp1
April 29 @ 11:45AM SO16 breakout session Jason Technical Introduction to Data Protection Manager 2007 sp1
April 29 @ 11:45AM SO16 instructor-led lab Mike Kellogg Technical Introduction to Data Protection Manager 2007 sp1
April 29 @ 2:15PM SO17 breakout session Jason Protecting Applications with Data Protection Manager 2007 sp1
April 29 @ 2:15PM IO30 instructor-led lab Mike Kellogg; Ray Maker How to protect Exchange Server with DPM 2007 sp1
April 29 @ 4:00PM SO18 breakout session Jason Advanced Capabilities of Data Protection Manager 2007 sp1
         
THURSDAY        
April 30 @ 10:15AM SO19 breakout session Jason What is new in DPM 2007 service pack 1?
April 30 @ 11:45AM IO32 instructor-led lab Jason How to protect SharePoint with DPM 2007 sp1
April 30 @ 2:30PM IO33 instructor-led lab Mike Kellogg Technical Introduction to Data Protection Manager 2007 sp1
April 30 @ 4:00PM IO30 instructor-led lab Mike Kellogg; Ray Maker How to protect Exchange Server with DPM 2007 sp1
         

For some hands-on time with DPM, please check out:

YO30 How to protect Exchange Server with Data Protection Manager 2007 sp1
YO31 How to protect SQL Server with Data Protection Manager 2007 sp1
YO32 How to protect SharePoint with Data Protection Manager 2007 sp1
YO33 Technical Introduction to Data Protection Manager 2007 sp1

Safe travels to Las Vegas – and I hope to see you there.

And as always, thanks for reading …