Announcing The Windows Server 2019 Virtual Summit #WindowsServer #MVPBuzz #WindowsAdminCenter

Introduction

On Tuesday June 26, 2018, Microsoft is hosting a virtual Windows Server Summit that will help you to get speed with many important capabilities in the upcoming release of Windows Server. In this virtual summit, you will explore the roadmap of Windows Server, discover new skills and best practices, and get your questions answered in conversations with the Microsoft experts behind each product.

Featured Speakers

In this virtual experience, you will learn several tips and tricks for modernizing your infrastructure and applications—regardless of whether you’re running it on-premises or in the cloud. I had the privilege to meet the featured speakers in person on several occasions, they are well known and are well positioned to bring you up to speed.

Learn more about Windows Server

There are 4 tracks next to the keynote which I highly recommend to attend to get insights about Windows Server 2019 as there is a lot more to learn and investigate beyond what will be addressed here!

  • Hybrid: Learn how Windows Server helps you integrate Azure services into your on-premises environment and how to better run Windows Server in Azure.
  • Security: Better security starts with the Operating System. Learn how Windows Server helps you elevate your company’s security posture.
  • Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI): Windows Server 2016 introduced new HCI capabilities that are game-changers. Now, check what’s new around HCI for Windows Server 2019.
  • Application platform: Containers are changing the way developers and operations teams run applications. Learn how Windows Server helps you modernize yours.

Agenda

The agenda for the virtual summit will be divided into multiple tracks as follows:

TimeLengthSessionSessionSessionSession
9:00 am45 minKeynote (Erin Chapple; Arpan Shah)
9:45 am60 minWindows Server management reimagined (Jeff Woolsey; Samuel Li)
Tracks:HybridSecurityHCIApp Platform
10:45 am90 minRemote Desktop Services on-prem and on Azure (Pavithra Thiruvengadam; Ivan Mladenov)Secure Virtualization: how to protect your virtualization fabric from insider threats (Dean Wells; Ryan Puffer)From Hyper-V to Hyper-converged Infrastructure: HCI overview (Cosmos Darwin)From Ops to DevOps (Taylor Brown)
10:45 am90 minHyper-converged Infrastructure what’s next: Storage Spaces Direct (Cosmos Darwin)Modernizing your applications with containers (Taylor Brown; Weijuan Shi Davis)
10:45 am90 minHybrid management with Azure security & management (Scott Woodgate)Helping customers elevate their security posture with Windows Server (Dean Wells)Hyper-converged Infrastructure what’s next: Software-defined Networking (Anirban Paul)The Windows Server and Kubernetes journey (Taylor Brown; Patrick Lang)
12:15 pm30 minQ&A and closing (Jeff Woolsey; Samuel Li; Dean Wells; Cosmos Darwin; Taylor Brown)

The event is on June 26th, starts at 6 PM Switzerland/EU time and runs for 4 hours.

So if you want to supercharge your career, join the Microsoft virtual summit and register now!

We can’t wait to virtually see you on June 26th!

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-Charbel Nemnom-

 

About Charbel Nemnom 391 Articles
Charbel Nemnom is a Cloud Solutions Architect and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), totally fan of the latest's IT platform solutions, accomplished hands-on technical professional with over 17 years of broad IT Infrastructure experience serving on and guiding technical teams to optimize performance of mission-critical enterprise systems. Excellent communicator adept at identifying business needs and bridging the gap between functional groups and technology to foster targeted and innovative IT project development. Well respected by peers through demonstrating passion for technology and performance improvement. Extensive practical knowledge of complex systems builds, network design and virtualization.

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