Microsoft Office (Sanctuary Park)
1125 Sanctuary Park, Suite 300
Alpharetta, GA 30009
PRESENTERS AND BIOS
David Irwin, Dynamic Distributed Application Maps and Service Level Monitoring in SCOM 2012
Learn how to elevate your System Center implementation from infrastructure management to complete visibility to business application performance, the systems that make up your applications, and tier-by-tier service level monitoring for those applications.
David is a Technical Product Manager at BlueStripe Software. David's responsibilities include technical integration of BlueStripe's FactFinder with System Center and Microsoft Azure. Prior to moving into Product Management, David spent 20 years as a software developer, including five years at BlueStripe working on FactFinder.
Kyle Slagg, Benefits of Using MIcrosoft Security Compliance Manager
Join this discussion with Kyle on the benefits of using Microsoft Security Compliance Manager to quickly configure and manage your desktops, datacenter, and private cloud using Group Policy, SCCM and/or local policy. SCM provides you with Microsoft recommendations on security settings and configurations for current versions of Windows, Office, and Internet Explorer.
Kyle has been working in the client space for about 8 years focused mainly on Operating System Deployment. Prior to joining Microsoft, Kyle worked as a Senior Consultant with one of our partners delivering on OS deployment projects. Kyle is a Premier Field Engineer based in Atlanta and works with clients on Windows Client related issues in addition to delivering training on Windows +8/8.1 and the Microsoft Surface/Pro.
Brian Huneycutt, System Center ConfigMgr Sustained Engineering Update
A crowd favorite, Brian is back to talk about what's current in SCCM sustained Engineering efforts like hot-fixes and SP1. If you have any hot-fix related questions or want to know how sustained enginerring works for the SCCM team you will not want to miss this session.
Brian is a software development engineer on the Configuration Manager Sustained Engineering team. He started at Microsoft in 1999, and has been working with SMS / ConfigMgr since 2001. Outside of work he spends time with his family, restoring and racing little British cars, coaching a robotics team, and working with a variety of local non-profits.
Victor Tanaya, How to Benefit from Azure Services in System Center
With all the new technologies and capabilities built around Windows Azure, Victor will guide you on how you can use System Center to benefit from different Azure services and offerings.
Victor has been with Microsoft for over 17 years in various different roles. His love though has always been in the System Management stack. He started as a support engineer and also had worked with the engineering team in Redmond during the release cycle of MOM 2005. He loves working directly with customers hence he is currently working as a Datacenter Technology Specialist at Microsoft based in Atlanta.
Andrés Naranjo, Troubleshooting Tips and Tricks for SCOM 2012
Come learn about the best troubleshooting tools and techniques every SCOM administrator should know about. This will be a demonstration-centric presentation, focusing on multiple components and functions of Operations Manager.
Andres Naranjo is a Senior Premier Field Engineer based in Atlanta, GA. During his 14 years at Microsoft he has worked with a variety of technologies, including IIS, Microsoft Message Queuing, BizTalk Server, and System Center Operations Manager. As a PFE, he spends his time flying around the country providing on-site support to Microsoft’s Premier customers. In addition, he teaches introductory and advanced workshops on System Center Operations Manager, and helps customers architect, plan and implement effective monitoring solutions using the System Center stack.