Ignite 2016 – Windows as a Service Recordings


Now that another Ignite is over there is a plethora of fresh video content to review. Previously channel9.msdn.com would have been the place to go to catch up on what was missed, but this year the recordings are over on ignite.microsoft.com. This post focuses on the Windows as a Service (WaaS) sessions that are available for on-demand viewing.

Evaluate compatibility in Windows 10 and WaaS using telemetry driven insights

This session shows you how to manage compatibility of applications and devices when moving to Microsoft Windows 10 or keeping current through Windows as a Service updates. We talk about the upgrade process and demonstrate a telemetry driven solution which provides rich inventory capabilities, exposes known compatibility issues and helps track deployment readiness of applications and drivers deployed in your environment

Implement Windows as a Service: understanding how to do it

You’ve heard a lot about Microsoft Windows 10 and probably have a basic understanding of Windows as a Service and how Windows 10 will be updated with new functionality. But do you know how to implement Windows as a service effectively? In this session, we talk about exactly that, looking at the products and technologies that can help with this process.

Implement Windows as a Service: how Microsoft IT does it

In this session, we explore how Microsoft’s own IT department initially deployed Microsoft Windows 10, and how it implemented Windows as a Service to keep these Windows 10 devices current.

 

Develop and support apps in Windows as a Service

As Microsoft moves towards a Windows as a Service model, application development cycles will need to evolve to cater to the faster release cadence. This session explains how to decouple the application release from the Windows release cycle. We also talk about tools and services that Microsoft is developing to make this transition easier.


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