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Windows Server User Group London – BranchCache and W2k8 R2 Migration
The Windows Server User Group are holding a talk on the evening of April 12th at Microsoft’s London offices near Victoria.
This event compliments Microsoft’s tech-days week which I previously mentioned here.
The agenda is as follows and you can register here
BranchCache (Deep Dive)
BranchCache is a new Feature in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 that helps reduces the bandwidth consumed and improves end user experience while accessing intranet-based HTTP and SMB content. This session introduces challenges in network performance often faced by remote branch offices which accessing content stored in servers located in datacenters across trans-continental Wide Area Networks, and how BranchCache helps in addressing these challenges.
You will learn in depth how BranchCache works and see a demonstration of this new feature in Windows Server 2008R2 and Windows 7, as well as learn how to configure BranchCache.
Windows Server Migration (Deep Dive)
Presentations and live demonstrations on how the new Windows Server 2008 R2 migration tools can simplify the migration of Windows Server roles.
Joey will provide a detailed insight to the Windows Server 2008 R2 Server Migration Tools; The session will include migrating file services, DNS and DHCP to Windows Server 2008 R2.
Hope to see you there.