On October 23, 2014, we will hold the fifth of our bi-monthly Solutions Advisory Board (SAB) webinars. SAB webinars are one hour and consist of brief presentations followed by time for open feedback. This special edition of the SAB Webinar Series features two SAB members presenting their own tried and true solutions!
Here is the agenda:
- Introductions and logistics – Joe Davies (Chris Fox is on vacation)
- Hyper-V Cluster for Small to Medium Business (SMB) – Philip Elder, Five-time Microsoft Cluster MVP winner
- Explore how you can build a two-node Hyper-V cluster built upon Storage Spaces and a single commodity JBOD (Just a Bunch Of Disks) for a VERY cost effective solution for SMBs.
- High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recovery (DR) Solutions for SMB – Steven Rubin, President of WorkITSafe
- Overview of a cost-effective HA/DR solution with a 5-minute RPO and a 45-minute RTO using Microsoft products. Steven will also be sharing a story of how two of his clients using Hyper-V replica continued to have business continuity during Super Storm Sandy that knocked out power to the surrounding areas.
- An approach to highly prescriptive solutions content – Joe Davies
- Using configuration tables and modular procedures that refer to them to guide you through a successful configuration of a prescriptive solution implementation.
- Resources and wrap-up –Joe Davies
We are anxious to hear your feedback on these topics to help us refine our content efforts going forward.
We would love to have your participation in future SAB Webinars. Let us know if you have something to present at SAB@microsoft.com.
We will have two sessions at different times on October 23rd to accommodate all our members worldwide. We have sent every SAB member Lync meeting invitations for both meetings so you can accept the one the best fits your schedule.
Thanks and see you on the 23rd!
Note: By participating in this webinar you agree that Microsoft may record and use this session for internal purposes only.
To receive an invitation to an SAB Webinar, you must be an SAB member. To join the SAB, send an email-based request to SAB@microsoft.com. Please feel free to include any information you want about your experience in creating solutions with Microsoft products or areas of interest. Join now and get in on the solutions discussion that is happening across Microsoft services and products.