As we begin to prepare for Exchange Connections 2010, we thought it’d be good to share the news with our fellow readers. This year we’ll be in beautiful Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay with our very own Thom Foreman, Peter O’Dowd, Tom Phillips, and Paul Charbeneau running Exchange Server 2010 and Lync Server 2010 training courses. In fact, here are the courses to sign up for so you master that server implementation!
EPR01: Making Exchange Highly Available – Brilliance in Resilience
Microsoft has made some outstanding improvements to Exchange 2010 SP1 redundancy and the rules have all changed; SANs are less important, JBOD can be supported, Outlook talking to CAS, movable databases, and logs and EDBs living together in harmony. This one day workshop will focus on how you can configure your Exchange Server organization to increase availability with Database Availability Groups, CAS clusters, and more. In this information-packed day, you’ll use an 8GB Windows Server 2008 R2 laptop provided by Microsoft to walk through several hands-on labs developed by Wadeware® with Exchange MVP Peter O’Dowd. Space is limited so sign up now.
See our comprehensive Exchange Server 2010 High Availability Training Course post for more information.
EPS02: Communication Server 14 – First Look Preview
Friday 11/5: 9:00AM – 4:00PM, 8GB Laptop Provided
Thom Forman & Paul Charbeneau
Be one of the first to get your hands on Lync Server 2010. See what all the fuss is about and how this version of OCS has taken a big step forward. This one day workshop will walk you through several hands-on-labs such as:
- New install process and tools
- PowerShell features
- Configuration tools
- Client experience
In this information-packed day, you’ll use an 8GB Windows Server 2008 laptop provided by Microsoft to walk through several hands-on labs developed by Wadeware with CS expert Thomas Foreman. Space is limited so sign up now.
See our comprehensive Lync Server 2010 Training Course post for more information.
EPS01: Exploring Exchange 2010 SP1 – Configure and Supporting
With your head packed full of valuable information from a week of Exchange 2010 sessions, put it all together in this one-day journey through Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1 and experience its new and improved features hands-on. Let the MVP Peter O’Dowd and Tom Phillips lead you through hands-on-labs, including:
- Archiving – yes, now available out of the box.
- Mailtips – find out if your recipient isn’t available before sending the message.
- Exchange Control Panel – Where users can manage their directory data and groups.
- Role Based Access Control – Allows different types of users to search for different types of content across the organization.
- Information Leakage and Protection – Transport rules and Rights Management Server unite.
- Database Availability Groups – The new HA. No longer does a database need be associated with a single server.
- Unified Messaging – Try the new voice to text translation, dial plans, and more…
This instructor led hands-on-lab experience will get you deep into Exchange and guide you through these features, showing you how they are configured and how they can be used to improve your organization’s Unified Communications platform. No need to bring your laptop, 8GB Windows Server 2008 R2 laptop will be provided by Microsoft for this event. Space is limited, so sign up now.
See our comprehensive Exchange Server 2010 Configure & Support Training Course post for more information.