Presenting on Private Clouds at TechEd Australia 2011

I will be presenting this year at TechEd, this session is a continuation on the themes I have presented on in 2010 at both TechEd Australia 2010 and also the Brisbane Infrastructure Group on System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 and “Cloud Secret Sauce and what you can cook with it” (with Ben Fletcher)

The session I am presenting is titled “Turn Bare Metal into Silver Lining with SCVMM 2012…Today!”

Turn Bare Metal into Silver Lining with SCVMM 2012…Today!

Have you wondered what it would take to build your own private cloud? Going from bare metal to Hyper-V to a Cloud used to take a significant amount of time and expertise, but with the soon-to-be-released System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012, building a private cloud is easy and inexpensive, and with the beta of SCVMM 2012 you can do it right now! .

Join James Bannan and Mark Rhodes as they perform a live provision of a Private Cloud, taking a blank server from Bare Metal to Silver Lining. This session will explain the core technologies of Data Center Fabric and Private Clouds with Hyper-V R2 and SCVMM 2012, and include comprehensive live demonstrations of all of the steps necessary for you to go home and build your organization a Private Cloud, today!

Hope to see you there!  Don’t forget that if you are a member of a local usergroup you can grab a heavily discounted TechEd ticket by contacting your local user group leader.  If you are a member of the Brisbane SharePoint User Group, please feel free to contact me for more information.

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