On Thursday, November 19, 2015, we will hold the eleventh Cloud Adoption Advisory Board (CAAB) (previously known as the Solutions Advisory Board [SAB]) webinar. CAAB webinars are one hour and consist of brief presentations followed by time for open feedback.
The meeting will open at 7:45 AM Pacific Daylight Time. The session will begin promptly at 8:00 AM and run to 9:00 AM. There will be time for questions during the session, and the speakers are usually available for a few minutes after the session if you have any additional questions.
Here is the agenda:
- Moving the SAB Yammer network to a group of the Office 365 Yammer network To take advantage of the large user community and its wealth of knowledge for answering your questions, we are transitioning the SAB Yammer network to a group of the Office 365 Yammer network in December. Many of you are already familiar with the Office 365 Yammer network, which also has active groups for on-premises Office server products.
- Overview of the Cloud IT Architecture model series at https://aka.ms/cloudarch In a previous SAB webinar, Brenda Carter announced an initiative to build a set of cross-Microsoft models that describe key aspects of Microsoft cloud offerings. Let’s check in on that effort and get your feedback on the current model set.
- Documenting PowerShell procedures We need your help in determining the best way to document a specific procedure that can be done (or only done) using PowerShell.
We might also have an additional presenter who is publishing some very cool new content, hopefully by November 19. I don't want to give it all away, but they would love to get your feedback.
Let us know if you have something to present in a future CAAB webinar at SAB@microsoft.com.
Thanks and we'll see you on the 19th!
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