TechNet Webcast: Achieving High Availability with Windows Server “Longhorn” Clustering (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032325411
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Windows Server.
Audience(s): IT Implem_IT Generalist.

Join this webcast to discover how clustering with Microsoft Windows Server code-named “Longhorn” enables you to build a highly available infrastructure. We give you an overview of the new and improved clustering architecture, describe new tools migration strategies, and demonstrate the improved features. Attend this session to hear how the completely redesigned advanced clustering capabilities in Windows Server “Longhorn” offer high availability in case of a hardware failure.

Presenters: Manish Kalra, Senior Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation, and Elden Christensen, Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation

Manish Kalra is a senior product manager in the Microsoft Windows Server group, where he is responsible for high availability planning. Manish joined Microsoft in 2000 and has held positions as a product manager for Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS), a management solutions specialist, and an infrastructure consultant with Microsoft Consulting Services.

Elden Christensen is a program manager on the Microsoft Windows Server clustering product team in the Microsoft Enterprise Server division. A high availability specialist, he has been with Microsoft since 1999 and is responsible for failover cluster storage. Elden has been in the technology industry for more than a decade and was an enterprise network administrator and MCSE instructor prior to joining Microsoft.

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Duration: 1 hour(s) 20 minute(s)
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