Microsoft TechEd 2012 Orlando presentations online and how to download
June 14, 2012 Leave a comment
Presentations given at TechEd Orlando 2012 June 11-14 are online and viewable for free for everyone. Recorded sessions can be viewed and PowerPoint slides can be downloaded. Great that Microsoft makes the presentations available for free a few hours after the session has ended. VMware releases the presentations given at VMworld for free viewing 1 year after the event!
For an overview of all sessions see channel9.msdn.com
If you like to download sessions for offline viewing go to SCOMfaq.ch. Here you will find a script which downloads all sessions automatically. Very handy.
An overview of the sessions in the Virtualization track.
What’s New with Windows Server 2012 and Microsoft System Center 2012 SP1 VIR201
Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Storage VIR301
Enabling Disaster Recovery for Hyper-V Workloads Using Hyper-V Replica VIR302
An Overview of Hyper-V Networking in Windows Server 2012 VIR303
Building Flexible Hyper-V Environments Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Live Migration and Live Storage VIR304
Hyper-V Network Virtualization for Scalable Multi-Tenancy in Windows
Hyper-V over SMB2: Remote File Storage Support in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V VIR306
Get Hands-on with the New Hyper-V Extensible Switch in Windows Server 2012 VIR307
What’s New in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V, Part 1 VIR308
What’s New in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V, Part 2 VIR309
Deploying Hyper-V Hosts Using Microsoft System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager VIR310
Compete to Win, Part 1: Comparing Core Virtualization Platforms VIR311
Compete to Win, Part 2: Comparing Private Cloud CapabilitiesMatt McSpirit VIR312
RemoteFX and RDP Rocking RDS in Windows Server 2012Rob Williams,Gaurav Daga VIR313
Windows Server 2012 VDI/RDS Infrastructure and ManagementDean Paron,Adam Carter VIR314
Lessons from the Field: 22 VDI and RDS Mistakes You’ll Want to AvoidGreg Shields VIR317
Hyper-V High-Availability and Mobility: Designing the Infrastructure for Your Private CloudSymon Perriman VIR401