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The Microsoft UK IT Pro Team are back on the road this October delivering IT Camps to venues up and down the UK.  These days proved to be incredibly popular last year, showing IT pros across the UK Windows Server 2012 and giving them the chance to get hands on in just a day.

If you haven’t been to a camp before they are day long, hands on interactive event where you can talk to industry colleagues and discuss the technology with Microsoft experts, Andrew Fryer and Simon May as well as some special guests.

This season’s camps will focus on virtualisation, since we know that many virtualisation admins are being asked to investigate Hyper-V with little (or no) training. If you’re really new to virtualisation on a Microsoft platform then Andrew and Simon can assist you to transfer your skills, but since this is a fast paced day you’ll need to know the basics. Check out ‘Why Microsoft’ for virtualisation beforehand.
These hands-on sessions will give you an introduction to Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager as well as other parts of the System Center suite.
The agenda will be set by you – so you should come with questions, but some of the topics that are likely to be covered include:

   
  • Understanding the Windows Server 2012 Fabric
  • Getting to HA, DR with multiple processors
  • Software Defined Networking
  • Software Defined Storage
  • Managing heterogeneous servers and services

We’ve worked really hard to keep this a zero-fee event and places usually go fast. with limited spacing, its important to sign up well in advance! If for any reason you can’t attend then please let us know as your non-attendance will stop someone else from attending.

Just a quick note we will not be covering anything around device management through System Centre Configuration Manager 2012, Identity Access and Protection in Windows Server 2012, going deep on AD or spending time talking about Client Devices.

Find out just below to see whether we have a camp near you!

The UK IT Pro Team

 
 
 

Events

 

London, 28 October – Cardinal Place (Use code: C0ADCC)

 

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London, 29 October – Cardinal Place (Use Code: A177D1)

 

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Birmingham, 13 November – Maple House (Use Code: FBD204)

 

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Birmingham, 14 November – Maple House (Use Code: 73B973)

 

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Glasgow, 27 November –  St Vincent Street (Use Code: 75BE2F)

 

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Glasgow, 28 November – St Vincent Street (Use Code: D1AB6C)

 

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