TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft Does IT: Enhancing High Availability with Server Core in Windows Server 2008 (Level 300)
TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft Does IT: Enhancing High Availability with Server Core in Windows Server 2008 (Level 300)
Event ID: 1032372905
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Windows Server 2008.
Audience(s): IT Implem_IT Generalist.

In this webcast, we explain why Microsoft Windows Server 2008 is the next generation of the Windows Server operating system that helps information technology (IT) professionals maximize control over their infrastructure while providing unprecedented availability and management capabilities, leading to a significantly more secure, reliable and robust server environment than ever before.

Presenter: David Lef, Microsoft IT Technology Architect, Microsoft Corporation

David has been working at Microsoft since 1998, starting in Corporate Data Center Services, moving on to manage the internal diagnostic/debug team that oversaw the Windows 2000 Server rollout, then taking a server platform and management engineering path that led him to where he is today. As an architect on the MSIT Compute Utility and Server Engineering teams, David has been responsible for architecture, engineering, and implementation strategy for Windows Server in the Microsoft enterprise.  In addition the core platform work, he serves as a key MSIT subject matter expert on machine virtualization, systems management, and a strong advocate of dynamic IT principles.



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