Microsoft Ignite Australia 2017

This year we presented four sessions at Ignite Australia. As we have participated in the Microsoft CCEP (formerly TAP) for Server 2016, System Center 2016, and Azure Stack, then it was no surprise that we presented on and around these topics at this year’s event.

Stephane, Steven and Daniel, got a great response from the attendees to their sessions and you can see them on Microsoft’s Channel 9


Hyper-V, VMWare, Linux, Windows and Cloud Backups? Of course we can.

Join MVP Stephane Budo in this technical and demo packed session to learn how Microsoft Azure Backup can protect your Hyper-V, VMWare, Linux and Windows on-premises servers, as well as any Virtual Machines in the public Cloud. Discover how you can easily build a bullet proof backup and restore strategy and become the legend that saves the day when a critical restore is required!


A deep dive into Storage Spaces Direct.

Join MVP Stephane Budo in this session to learn everything about Storage Spaces Direct, from what it is, its requirements and how to implement it, to testing its performance and tips and tricks. Using a lot of demos, we will look under the covers of the next evolution of Microsoft’s Software Defined Storage.


Awaiting the big release of Azure Stack? Come and learn how you can implement Microsoft’s existing cloud solution, Azure Pack, today. We’ll start with the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of becoming the Cloud hero inside your organisation for on-premise cloud, reveal which resource providers exist today for Azure Pack, before unveiling insights into Azure Stack ahead of its 2017 release.


What's New in System Center Configuration Manager, Current Branch and Intune.

Discover how the new features of System Center Configuration Manager and Intune will make your life easier. We will cover each iteration’s releases, presenting valid reasons to choose System Center Configuration Manager CBB over the System Center Configuration Manager LTSB versions, including some great solutions from the Community and Microsoft which will extend System Center Configuration Manager for usage.