Woo Hoo – am very excited to confirm that I will be returning for my third TechEd Australia and TechEd New Zealand next month.
I have at least three confirmed sessions:
Protecting Application Servers with DPM 2010 – This session will focus on protecting and recovering Exchange 2010 and 2007, SharePoint 2010 and 2007 and SQL Server 2008 with System Center Data Protection Manager 2010. We will cover how the application VSS writers work with the applications, as well as what is specific to protecting one application or version from another. The session will include demonstrations and unveil most of the DPM application-centric capabilities to help you plan/deploy/manage the backups for Microsoft application servers. If you are managing or planning to deploy Exchange, SQL, or SharePoint, ask yourself "How am I going to back that up?" and then attend this session to learn the answer.
Technical Introduction to System Center Essentials 2010 – System Center Essentials (SCE) 2010 is designed to deliver enterprise-class management to mid-sized organizations between 50-500 PCs. This session is full of demos – to highlight each of the major aspects of SCE 2010, including server and client monitoring, software deployment and patching, virtualization management and migration, and how to get started with easy setup and configuration. Come see it here first.
Disaster Recovery and Virtualization Backup, Best Practices – This session will focus on the considerations and best practices for Disaster Recovery and Virtualisation back up. Disaster Recovery without expensive third-party replication products or storage solutions and Virtualization Protection for the modern datacenter.
My friends in New Zealand have confirmed that I am speaking but I haven’t seen the final list of sessions to be presented.
please feel free to tweet them at @TechEdLive, to say that we need lots of #DPM sessions in #TENZ Auckland 🙂
So, if you are attending TE-AU or TE-NZ, please ping me … so we can perhaps share a coffee and talk about DPM 2010 or SCE 2010.
And, if you wanted to attend but found out your TechEd was sold out, please ping me … and maybe we can still share that coffee offsite.