Category: TechEd 2012

WCL286: Windows 8 Malware Resistence

This was a REALLY great session on the significant advances Microsoft has made in Windows 8 to increase its security posture. They claim whole classes of attacks have been mitigated by a combination of Windows 8 and hardware features such as UEFI and TPM. There are other security features that...

DBI328: Building the Fastest SQL Servers

Brent Ozar, Microsoft Certified Solutions Master (MSCM), www.brentozar.comThis was a REALLY great session that was both practical and filled with great technical details and good take away information. #1 takeway is "TempDB is like a public toilet: You never know what's in there." LOL Clearly Brent Ozar knows his stuff,...

WCL290: App-V 5.0 What’s New

This was a great session on the new enhancements in App-V 5.0. The App-V 5.0 beta is now out, so you can give in a spin around the virtual block. Immediately you will see that both the admin console (which is now a web page) and the client feature the...

DBI317: Optimizing SQL in a Virtual Environment

Denny Cherry, Independent Consultant (www.mrdenny.com @mrdenny)vExpert 2012, Microsoft Certified Master, MVPThis session covered some helpful tips for virtualizing SQL server, be it on Hyper-V or VMware. Yes you can virtualize SQL and still get excellent performance. But there are some special considerations that you need to be aware of. Most of the...

WCL306: Enhancing User State Virtualization through MDOP

Anthony Smith, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft Briton Zurcher, Senior Program Manager Lead, Microsoft Microsoft has had roaming profiles for over a decade, but in today's world they are no longer adequate and come with a lot of headaches. Microsoft UE-V (User Environment Virtualization) transforms the roaming profile into a sleak...

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