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Windows Server Summit 2018 regardless of whether you’re running Windows Server on-premises or in the #Cloud #Winserv #WindowsAdminCenter #Containers #WindowsServerSummit #S2D #CloudOS   Leave a comment

In Almost a week Microsoft is hosting a Virtual event:Windows Server Summit This year Windows Server reaches the incredible mark of 25 years in market. If you’re a Microsoft professional, you probably built your career on the Windows platform and we appreciate the trust you deposited on us. The launch of Windows Server 2019 later this year solidifies the importance of Windows Server on Microsoft’s hybrid strategy and now we want to help you take the next step in your career and support you in the journey of either move to the cloud, leverage cloud services on-premises, or evolve your datacenter infrastructure and applications.

Join us on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 for a virtual experience to learn tips and tricks for modernizing your infrastructure and applications—regardless of whether you’re running Windows Server on-premises or in the cloud.

Windows Server Summit

We’re just a week away from the Windows Server Summit. The event will be on June 26, 2018 at 9:00 AM Pacific Time. We have a packed agenda with tons of good content, lots of demos, and excellent speakers.

Erin Chapple, Director of Program Manager and Arpan Shah, General Manager of Azure Infrastructure Marketing will kick of the event with a keynote to discuss what’s new around Windows Server, Microsoft’s hybrid strategy, roadmap, and much more. After that, we dive into the new functionalities of Windows Server 2019 and Windows Admin Center.


Learn how to build the future with Windows Server

Explore the roadmap for Windows Server, discover new skills and best practices, and get your questions answered in conversations with the Microsoft experts behind our products.


Learn how Windows Server helps you integrate Azure services into your on-premises environment and how to better run Windows Server in Azure.


Better security starts with the Operating System. Learn how Windows Server helps you elevate your company’s security posture.

Application platform

Containers are changing the way developers and operations teams run applications. Learn how Windows Server helps you modernize yours.

Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI)

Windows Server 2016 introduced new HCI capabilities that are game-changers. Now, check what’s new around HCI for Windows Server 2019.

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Get started now

The Windows Server Summit is on June 26, 2018, but you can get started now by joining the Windows Insiders program and downloading the Windows Server 2019 preview. Don’t forget to also download Windows Admin Center, the evolution of Windows Server in-box management tools.

We can’t wait to (virtually) see you on June 26th!


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Microsoft Tech Summit: Amsterdam #Community #Hybridcloud #ASR #Honolulu #Azure #Cloud #HCA Community #MSTechSummit @MSTCommunity #MvpBuzz   Leave a comment

Last week I was helping on the Microsoft Tech Summit Amsterdam. The event took place at RAI Amsterdam from March 28-29, 2018. There where a lot of MVP’s at the Booth and Ask Microsoft Anything #AMA See some impressions here. The Keynote was done by Tad Brockway


The Tech Summit was a great place to meet and greet also for the Experts it was great to meet Jeff Woolsey again. In the the picture above to getter with James van den berg



Some key features where Windows Server 2019 ,Azure Site Recovery, Deduplication and Project Honolulu an amazing free tool to manage your server environment. 

Introducing Windows Server 2019 – now available in preview

Windows Server 2019 is built on the strong foundation of Windows Server 2016 – which continues to see great momentum in customer adoption. Windows Server 2016 is the fastest adopted version of Windows Server, ever! We’ve been busy since its launch at Ignite 2016 drawing insights from your feedback and product telemetry to make this release even better

The Technical Preview of Project Honolulu – our reimagined experience for management of Windows and Windows Server. Project Honolulu is a flexible, lightweight browser-based locally-deployed platform and a solution for management scenarios. Project Honolulu: The New Future Of Windows Server GUI Management

Clustering FileServer Data Deduplication on Windows 2019 Step by Step #sofs #winserv #ReFS #WindowsServer2016 #Dedupe

Sign up for the Insiders program to access Windows Server 2019

We know you probably cannot wait to get your hands on the next release, and the good news is that the preview build is available today to Windows Insiders. Join the program to ensure you have access to the bits. For more details on this preview build, check out the Release Notes.

We love hearing from you, so don’t forget to provide feedback using the Windows Feedback Hub app, or the Windows Server space in the Tech community.


Go register on the Community there is great content an interaction with other Community members


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Posted April 2, 2018 by Robert Smit [MVP] in Event

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Learn first-hand about the future of Microsoft development tools and services from industry experts. Save the date and add to your calendar below.

It all started here – are you ready for what’s next?

A year ago Connect(); started the journey for a new Microsoft for developers, unveiling the future of an open source .NET on Linux and Mac, and a free Visual Studio for targeting any device and any OS.

Join us this year to hear directly from Scott Guthrie, Brian Harry, and Scott Hanselman on what’s next in this exciting journey. Get deeper insights into our exciting announcements with over 70 on-demand sessions. Interact with the engineering team members behind Microsoft tools and technologies to help you get started.

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