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TechEd 2008: Windows Server track progress

TechEd 2008: Windows Server track progress

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With TechEd Australia 2008 getting closer and closer we’ve been busy with track planning to make sure you have thetechedoz1 best possible experience at this year’s event.  Right now I’ve locked in about 80% of my sessions with speakers so things are moving along quite well.  So in my previous post I asked you what you would like to see and for feedback on some of the sessions we were thinking of.  One thing that came out loud and clear was you want to  see more Hyper-V sessions.  Well we listened and we have 2 sessions confirmed on Hyper-V with a third hopefully getting confirmed soon. So below is the current list.  As always please let me know your feedback.  And don’t forget to register.  There is still time to get an early bird registration as we have extended this to July 11th.

Number

Session Title

Products/Technology

Level
1 Building High Availability Infrastructures with Windows Server 2008 Failover Clustering Windows Server 2008; Failover Clustering 300
2 Deploying and Remotely Administering Server Core Windows Server 2008 300
3 Microsoft IT:  How Microsoft IT Deployed Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Services Windows Server 2008, Active Directory 300
4 How Microsoft.com Provides an Improved Web Applications Platform with Microsoft Internet Information Services 7.0 in Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008; IIS 7.0 300
5 Multi Site Clustering with Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Windows Server 2008; Failover Clustering 300
6 Deploying Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V and Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager: Best Practices Windows Server 2008; Hyper-V;SCVMM 2008 300
7 Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Architecture, Scenarios, and Networking Deep Dive Windows Server 2008; Hyper-V 300
8 Making Dynamic Infrastructure a Reality with New Windows Server 2008 Features Windows Server 2008 300
9 Windows Server 2008 File Services: Deep Dive Windows Server 2008; DFS; SMB 2.0 300
10 Network Access Protection Deep Dive Windows Server 2008; NAP 300
11 Deploying and Managing a Customised Web Server on Server Core Windows Server 2008 Core; IIS 7.0 300
12 Windows Server 2008 in the Branch Office Windows Server 2008; Vista; RODC 300
13 Securing and Tuning Microsoft Internet Information Services 7.0 Windows Server 2008; IIS 7.0 300
14 New Internet Savvy Windows Remote Management Capabilities Windows Server 2008; WinRM 300
15 Delivering Rich Media on Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2008; IIS 7.0; Windows Media Services 300
16 How to Build a High Availability Infrastructure for Web Scenarios Windows Server 2008; IIS 7.0; Failover Clustering 300
17 Windows PowerShell, and Windows Management Instrumentation: Unveiling Microsoft's Best Kept Secret Windows Server 2008; PowerShell 300
18 A Journey to the Centre of Terminal Services Windows Server 2008; Terminal Services 400
19 Windows Server 2008 Terminal Server Security and Authentication Windows Server 2008; Terminal Services 300
20 Windows Essential Business Server 2008 Deep Dive Windows Essential Business Server 2008 300
21 Securing Small Business Server 2008 & Windows Essential Business Server 2008 Windows Essential Business Server 2008; Small Business Server 2008 300
22 Virtualization for Small Business Server 2008 & Windows Essential Business Server 2008 Windows Essential Business Server 2008; Small Business Server 2008; Hyper-V 300
23 Active Directory Rights Management Services Deep Dive Windows Server 2008; AD-RMS 300

So that’s the 23 sessions as it stands right now?  What do you think?  Let me know if you see something missing that we really need in there.

Also there was a question around a session on Group Policy Preferences and whether there was going to be a session on that in the Server Track.  Since this affects the client this session will be sitting in the Client and Management track.  So it’s there…just not in my track.

Jeffa

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