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Exchange Exposed
Apr 17, 2015
Commentary

Exchange Exposed #3: Contemplating compliance

In this episode, Paul and Tony review the latest happenings in the world of Exchange and look forward to what they think might happen at the Microsoft Ignite event in May. They are joined by Kamal Janardhan of Microsoft to talk about how the compliance features are evolving in Exchange and in the new Office 365 Compliance Center....More
Mar 3, 2015
Education

Session 3: Using Service Broker to do ETL from an OLTP Database  

Presented by: Allen White Running Time: 67 minutes Most of the time you'll see Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) being done with a tool such as SSIS, but what if you need near-real time reporting? This session will demonstrate how to keep your data warehouse updated using Service Broker messages from your OLTP database....More
Mar 3, 2015
Education

Session 1: Exploring the SSIS Catalog  

Presented by: Tim Mitchell | Running Time: 65 minutes In this session, we will walk through the SSIS catalog: its moving parts, the deployment story, and day-to-day management. We will examine how packages are stored in the catalog, how package configurations have changed (for the better!), and what takes place during a package execution. Much of this presentation will be demo-based, so you'll get to see all of these moving parts in action....More
Mar 3, 2015
Education

Session 1: Core Platform Security  

Presented by: Liam Cleary | Running Time: 61 minutes SharePoint as a product is made up of many smaller components, as well as other systems that connect into or are a part of the ecosystem. In this session we will look at core topology design and work through the security implications that could be present. We will delve into attacking the core surrounding platforms to attempt to gain access to SharePoint....More
Mar 3, 2015
Education

Session 2: The SSIS Execution Life Cycle  

Presented by: Tim Mitchell | Running Time: 65 minutes In this session, we'll cover the life cycle of a package post-deployment. Specifically, we'll address the different ways in which packages may be executed from the SSIS catalog, monitoring in-progress packages, and proper logging techniques. This presentation will be mostly demo, so attendees will get a driver's seat perspective on what is involved in managing packages deployed to the SSIS catalog....More
Mar 3, 2015
Education

Session 1: Demystifying Asynchronous Messaging  

Presented by: Allen White | Running Time: 69 minutes Service Broker is seldom used because it isn't well understood. In this session, Allen will walk you through the basics of Service Broker, including the components involved in getting messages sent from one place to another. He will talk about both normal and external activation, where an application – rather than a stored procedure – receives and processes the messages, and he'll discuss strategies to handle various problems like poison messages....More
Mar 3, 2015
Education

Session 2: All about the Database  

Presented by: Liam Cleary | Running Time: 58 minutes The database is the core to a SharePoint platform. It stores all of the configuration and content that can be very private and confidential for an organization. In this session we will review security approaches for SQL Server, and then try to break into SQL and perform escalation attacks to gain access to SharePoint....More
Mar 3, 2015
Education

Session 3: Managing Security in SSIS  

Presented by: Tim Mitchell | Running Time: 62 minutes In this session, we'll cover the essentials of securing the SSIS catalog. We will walk through security of individual packages, including package/project protection levels. We will cover the configuration story, and demonstrate how to properly secure sensitive information (such as connection strings) outside of the package. Finally, we will discuss and demonstrate security in the catalog itself, including management of who can (and cannot) browse, edit, and execute packages....More

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