I am presenting at the Australian and New Zealand SharePoint Conferences

Just a quick post that I will be presenting at the Australian and New Zealand SharePoint Conferences this year.

Last year’s SharePoint conference was one of the best conferences in Australia that I have been to in recent years, it had a staggering amount of knowledge, excellent speakers and it was really fantastic to see a huge amount of Australian SharePoint professionals gather in one place.  If you are going to one conference this year, I would highly recommend that you make this one a priority.  Tickets start at $775, which compared with some of the other conferences is a steal!  And if you get in now you can get one of the Early Bird tickets for $620!

I will be running a session at both – I am still trying to come up with a catchy title, but for now lets call it :

Turn your Head and Cough : SharePoint 2010 Performance and Health Monitoring

An amazing amount of new and exciting features were added to SharePoint 2010 for IT Professionals, a major investment being Server Health and Monitoring Infrastructure. In this session Mark will look into these features in-depth, focusing on guidance for keeping SharePoint installations healthy and running at peak performance. Mark will also go into detail on supporting features such as Diagnostic Logging, the Developer Dashboard and the SharePoint 2010 Logging Database; illustrating how to successfully use these features and more, to troubleshoot issues quickly and accurately. If you have a production environment running SharePoint 2010, then this is a session not to miss!

I will also be doing a Get to the Point – this is a four hour training session in which I will be expanding upon my session greatly by working with participants in labs to demonstrate these features in depth :

SharePoint 2010 – Monitoring and Troubleshooting Health and Performance for your SharePoint Installation

SharePoint 2010 introduced a dazzling array of new Monitoring Functionality, but where do I start? How do I improve the time it takes to load my site and why won’t my solution deploy? In this session Mark will introduce and explain improvements made to this Monitoring Functionality, and how best to leverage these improvements for analysis and troubleshooting SharePoint 2010 Farms Servers, Web Applications and Site Collection. This session will be valuable for IT Pro’s and Developers. If you have the ability to log into to your SharePoint server, this is a training session you can’t afford to miss!

This session will cover off :

  • Developer Dashboard
  • SharePoint 2010 Logging Database
  • Diagnostic Logging improvements
  • SharePoint Health Analyzer
  • Web Analytics
  • and more!

Tickets for this Get to the Point can be purchased at Conference registration for an additional $350, which is a great price for four hours of hands on training.

I really hope to see you there!

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