TechEd Europe 2014 Content Catalog

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Wednesday, October 29 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM Room: Hall 8.0 Room A2
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You’d be forgiven for thinking that wider adoption of cloud services will mean that Infrastructure specialists will no longer be needed in IT. While it is true that some traditional IT functions are in decline, there are also new roles emerging and so the challenge we face is how to develop our careers and stay relevant in the IT job market. That’s the question we're trying to answer in this session, and we plan to break the problem down into three parts—what are those Next roles; what are the Next Skills we need; and what you need to do Next to stay current as the IT job market evolves. We do this by working with some of the pioneers in these new areas, specifically some of the Microsoft Valued Professionals who are already here at TechEd, as they have already started on this journey. Please join us for this interactive discussion which we hope will help you to be part of what’s next.
Friday, October 31 8:30 AM - 9:45 AM Room: Hall 8.0 Room E1
Speaker(s): Girish Chander
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Topic: Active Directory, Microsoft Azure
Organizations are realizing that traditional network-based security measures are woefully inadequate to protect corporate data in a world where the workforce likes to work from different locations, on a variety of different devices and targeting a plethora of different applications in cloud. Enterprises are looking to bolster traditional security controls with more adaptive, contextual mechanisms driven by increased analytics. Azure AD has a variety of features that can help IT secure their enterprises using data driven intelligence. In this session we cover how Azure AD can help detect and alert on compromised accounts and malicious access. We also cover Cloud App Discovery in depth and talk about how organizations can get a better handle on ‘ShadowIT’ as employees increasingly adopt cloud applications without IT involvement. Cloud App Discovery can help organizations detect cloud application usage and bring that under IT control.
Wednesday, October 29 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM Room: Hall 8.1 Room G
Speaker(s): Nasos Kladakis
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Topic: Active Directory, Hybrid Identity, Microsoft Azure Active Directory
Azure Active Directory is the cloud identity and access management solution of Microsoft. It consist of various hybrid identity management capabilities for enterprise users, task workers, B2B and B2C scenarios. Single Sign On to thousands SaaS applications, self-service password reset, group management delegation, device registration/conditional access, multi-factor authentication, cloud application discovery, application proxy, advanced sync engines with on-premises directories, advanced security reports, and more.
Tuesday, October 28 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM Room: Hall 8.0 Room A2
Speaker(s): David Chappell
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Topic: Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Azure now provides the right services for enterprises. But what scenarios are most interesting to enterprise leaders, and why? Which of these do most enterprises want to start with, why do they want them, and what are the common objections? In this session, David Chappell walks through these basics, giving you a big-picture introduction to how enterprises are adopting Azure and how you can learn from what others are doing.
Wednesday, October 29 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM Room: Hall 8.0 Room D4
Speaker(s): Dushyant Gill
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Topic: Microsoft Azure
Controlling who can access Azure resources and controlling what users can do within and across multiple Azure subscriptions has been a challenge. The solution is Azure Role-Based Access Control (RBAC). Come to this session to learn about what it is, what it can do, and how it can help you, as you need more sophisticated ways to control access to Azure.
Friday, October 31 2:45 PM - 4:00 PM Room: Hall 8.0 Room F5
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Topic: Active Directory, Microsoft Azure, System Center, Virtualization, Windows Server Hyper-V
Learn how to improve your data management efficiency by enabling a single, Windows Centric Data Management software solution to give administrators and users better and more knowledgeable access to their data. This session focuses on Microsoft Azure, hybrid and on-premises environments. Learn techniques for data management best practices. Come learn, discuss, and see live demonstrations of Windows Centric Data Management including efficient techniques for E-Discovery, Compliance, and content indexing of many environments including: Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft SharePoint, Hyper-V including migration of VMware to Hyper-V, SQL Server, Snapshot management, Deduplication, Encryption, Active Directory, Windows Server, Windows 8 and 8.1, EDGE management, and Windows Mobile and Lync. Integration with Systems Center Operations Manager (SCOM) and using Windows Server to manage heterogeneous data are also covered. Learn efficient ways to assist and accelerate upgrades and strategic uses for Windows Server and Azure as primary and tiered storage locations. Create a single indexed, searchable set of data across on-premises and Azure (cloud hosted) environments.
Tuesday, October 28 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM Room: Hall 8.1 Room H
Speaker(s): Abhishek Tiwari
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Topic: Private Cloud
Networks in modern datacenters are populated with a large and increasing variety of proprietary hardware appliances. Hardware cycles inhibit the rolling out of new revenue generating services, and constrain innovation in an increasingly network-centric and connected world. Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) looks to leverage virtualization technologies and move this hardware-centric network equipment onto Virtual Machines on top of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware. Each of these network elements are called Virtual Network Functions (VNFs). This session provides an introduction to Microsoft efforts in NFV including the set of VNFs that will be delivered along in the next release of Windows Server.
Wednesday, October 29 8:30 AM - 9:45 AM Room: Hall 8.0 Room B2
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Topic: Microsoft Azure
This session provides an overview of networking technologies in Microsoft Azure with a special focus on newer networking features that have been added to the platform. Topics covered include Azure Virtual Networks, high-speed dedicated connectivity, connectivity solutions for developers, and test-dev scenarios, among others. Given that we have many new features lined up for this timeframe, this session talks about all new features in networking and, of course, what's next.
Friday, October 31 10:15 AM - 11:30 AM Room: Hall 8.0 Room C1
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Topic: Microsoft Azure, Security
Join Mark Russinovich and Mark Minasi for a lively discussion as they share their views on the cloud computing disruption and what it means for IT pros and developers. Mark Russinovich brings his perspective from leading Microsoft Azure architecture and Mark Minasi brings his IT expertise and view from outside. The economics of public cloud, future of PaaS and IaaS, how enterprises will bridge their on-premises environments with the cloud, how you should look at security in the public cloud, and what skills are important for IT pros and developers are just some of the areas they explore together.
Wednesday, October 29 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM Room: Hall 8.0 Room E9
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Topic: Virtualization, Windows Server Hyper-V
In today's modern datacenter, heterogeneous environments with Windows Server, Linux and FreeBSD are more common than not. Being able to run all of your virtualized workloads on a single hypervisor simplifies management and optimizes server capacity. In this session, we explore the level of support Hyper-V 2012 R2 has for Linux and FreeBSD-based distributions and how IT admins and architects can ensure top performance and reliability running on Hyper-V.
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