Steve Goodman – Exchange 2016 Hybrid – Getting it right the first time
Brian Reid – Magically fixing your Exchange Server
This session will cover how to perform the magic that is Desired State Configuration to ensure your Exchange Servers configuration remains intact throughout all the day to day changes in your systems needed to keep your business running.
Brian Reid – Windows 10 and Office365/Azure AD Security
We will look at using Windows 10 devices in Office 365 and Azure Active Directory scenarios and how this can be used to secure your cloud access and data access
Dave Stork – Tooling your Exchange
This session covers critical and/or helpful tools for the Exchange admin for all kinds of situations. For instance: -Sizing, designing and validating. -Collecting information for troubleshooting. -Checking the security of your Exchange servers. -Overall interesting information (for capacity management, compliance etc.) During this session an overview of tools will be shown and in some cases a short demonstration will be given.
Michael Van Horenbeeck – Exchange Hybrid Inside and Out
The good, the bad and the ugly. This session is all about the itty-nitty details of a hybrid Exchange deployment. From DirSync to AD Connect, from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2016 from a single forest to multi-forest environments: no stone will be left unturned. Whether you are looking to implement a hybrid configuration or you are a consultant who deals with this on a daily basis: this session has something for everyone!
Nick Parlow – Be Smart, Play Dumb; Exchange Design and Operations for Shared Services.
A session describing how to design and manage exchange in the stripped down low cost world of shared services, and how these lessons apply in the outside world. Shared services follow a “pile ‘em high, sell ‘em cheap” philosophy that relies on treating IT services as a commodity that can be replicated across numerous customers. Stripping away variability and using commodity building blocks dovetails with the Microsoft vision for Exchange, resulting in fewer errors and less downtime – so long as you follow the rules. The talk will cover the design principles of reducing complexity, building software updates into operations, avoiding badly documented “cleverness”, proactive maintenance, managing change, using the tools and capacity management.