TechEd Dubai– 2011 (8-10March)- Presenting 3 sessions

I just like to inform you that I will present this year following session at TechEd in Dubai


I will update this post after Teched and provide the download of the presentations and the provided Powershell scripts

Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2: Advanced Virtualization Management

Track: Virtualization (VIR301
Speaker/s: Wilfried Schadenboeck
Session Type: Breakout Session
Room: Green Room 2 | Level: 300 - Advanced

In this session you will learn how the advanced management capabilities of Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 can manage your Virtual Infrastructure effectively and efficiently. Learn how to provision VMs in the most efficient way, and see how PowerShell enables automation and saves you a lot of time. This session will also cover what’s new in Service Pack 1 for SCVMM 2008 R2, and you will take away lots of useful PowerShell scripts, troubleshooting hints, cool tips and tricks, and best practices to help manage your virtual Infrastructure.

Disaster Recovery by Stretching Hyper-V Clusters Across Sites

Track: Virtualization (VIR302
Speaker/s: Wilfried Schadenboeck
Session Type: Breakout Session
Room: Red Room 2 | Level: 300 - Advanced

As servers are consolidated into VMs, the availability of those VMs is becoming increasingly important in providing disaster tolerance and business continuance. This session covers considerations of multi-site clustering, where virtual machines can be configured on a Hyper-V Failover Cluster that reaches across sites. This session also covers conducting live migrations across datacenters, and considerations of Cluster Shared Volumes with replication software.

System Center Data Protection Manager 2010 in the Datacenter

Track: Management (MGT303
Speaker/s: Wilfried Schadenboeck
Session Type: Breakout Session
Room: Purple Room 2 | Level: 300 - Advanced

This session will focus on leveraging DPM’s protection and recovery capabilities in large datacenters. We will look at how DPM protects and recovers application workloads such as SQL, Exchange and SharePoint - as well as virtual machines within Hyper-V. The session is full of demonstrations, including that of the new self-service restore capability for database administrators. We will also look at combining on-premises and off-premises protection, using both DPM’s built-in replication mechanisms as well as cloud-based DPM-partner repositories.