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Using Windows Azure Infrastructure as a Service as Your Data Center - On Demand

Presented by Jennelle Crothers

Cloud Computing has taken center stage in recent years. The ability to host workloads in the cloud provides unparalleled scalability for production workloads and now – Infrastructure as a Service. Virtualization kicked off the trend of requiring less server hardware on premise. Will IaaS eliminate local servers completely? Maybe someday, but for now, we will be looking at how to connect traditional on-premise infrastructure with what we can do today in Windows Azure.

Managing SQL Server Performance with Extended Events - On Demand

Presented by Jason Strate

One of a DBA's primary responsibilities is managing the performance of a SQL Server environment. When performance problems arise, DBAs need to have the correct tools in place to be able to dig in and discover the issues that are occurring.

Create Powerful SharePoint Designer 2013 Workflows in Office 365 and On-Premises - On Demand

Presented by Asif Rehmani

In Office 365 (SharePoint Online), you can create dynamic and reusable workflows. SharePoint Designer 2013 lets you design powerful, multi-step workflows from scratch using stages, loops, conditions, actions, and more. You can even create your workflows graphically using Visio 2013 components built directly within SharePoint Designer 2013.

CAS 2013 – Why It Is 3 Better Than CAS 2010 and 6 Better Than 2007 - On Demand

Presented by Greg Taylor

Come to this session and learn more about why it is the best CAS so far and why you need to deploy it (not that you have a choice if you want Exchange 2013, but at least this session will make you feel excited about doing it).

Maximizing Plan Reuse - On Demand

Presented by Andrew Kelly

To get peak performance from your SQL Server instance, you need to ensure that the majority of your database calls reuse a previously compiled query plan. Lack of proper plan reuse can add an enormous amount of overhead to your system and can affect overall performance.

Better Together: Integrating Exchange Server 2013 and Lync Server 2013 - On Demand

Presented by Paul Robichaux

Microsoft timed the release of Exchange 2013, Lync 2013, and SharePoint 2013 for the same time window, in large part because these products are more integrated with each other than previous versions have been.

TempDB Performance Troubleshooting and Optimizing - On Demand

Presented by Eddie Wuerch

Every SQL Server instance relies on the tempdb database. Whether through explicit use with #temp tables or @table variables, or implicit use through working space for many other operations, most tempdb databases get quite a workout.

Introduction to .NET Web Development on Azure - On Demand

Presented by Saurabh Pant

This session will cover .NET web development on Windows Azure, focusing primarily on Windows Azure websites. The talk will cover the capabilities the Azure website platform and its architecture. It will also cover tools (Visual Studio and command-line tools) that the platform offers developers for publishing, troubleshooting, and maintaining their applications. Other compute options, such as Azure Cloud Services and Azure IAAS, will also be discussed.

Manage Server 2012 Like a Pro or, Better, Like an Evil Overlord! - On Demand

Presented by Mark Minasi

The biggest change in server management is, however, not the all-new Server Manager. That title has to go to the tenfold increase in PowerShell tools. And from that point, there's the constant need to keep an eye on things and tweak what needs tweaking. With 2012, though, there are so many more ways to keep things running, and who better to explain those things than Windows expert and bestselling author Mark Minasi.

Efficient Interval Management in SQL Server - On Demand

Presented by Itzik Ben-Gan

This session explains the existing optimization problems, presents solutions for those problems that can be applied in SQL Server, and describes the potential for additions to SQL Server that could improve interval treatment in the future.

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