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Virtualizing Exchange Server 2013: Why Not? - On Demand

Presented by Jeff Mealiffe

The debate over whether to virtualize an Exchange deployment continues. In this session, we will cover the latest product group guidance as it relates to the Exchange 2013 release. We will also discuss how Exchange can take advantage of some of the newer features in current hypervisor products, as well as important pitfalls to look out for. Virtualizing Exchange can certainly work, but careful planning is required—particularly for large deployments.

What DBAs Need to Know About Hekaton - On Demand

Presented by Victor Isakov

Hekaton, Microsoft's new "in-memory tables" architecture in SQL Server, promises to seriously change the type of database solutions that you need to architect and administer. In this session, we will examine this new technology's architecture and internals, new T-SQL syntax, and various use cases. We'll then discuss how it affects your SQL Server environment, including performance considerations, troubleshooting, administration, and high-availability design considerations.

What Options Do Non-Developers Have in SharePoint 2013? - On Demand

Presented by Asif Rehmani

In SharePoint 2013, many no-code tools and technologies can be used to make elaborate applications. In this session, you will get an introduction to tools such as Access 2013 (for Access Services), SharePoint Designer 2013, and InfoPath 2013. You will get an understanding of how these tools play together to create robust end-to-end SharePoint applications.

What's New in Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V - On Demand

Presented by Jennelle Crothers

Are you a VMware professional who is looking to get more information on Microsoft virtualization and how Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V works? Are you wondering how it compares with VMware vSphere? This session will introduce you to the newest version of Hyper-V virtualization. At the end of this session, you'll be more familiar with Hyper-V and Windows Server 2012 virtualization, storage, and high-availability options. You'll also have a solid foundation and resources for further investigation.

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