Migration Concepts with SBS 2008

Part two of the announcements tonight is tomorrow’s 50/50 webcast on Migration


(yes it will be recorded)


Migration Concepts with SBS 2008
Presented by Jeff Middleton


Microsoft Partners 5W/50 Series
January 9, 2009
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM


Time Zone (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Register for the Webcast:
https://training.partner.microsoft.com/plc/details.aspx?publisher=12&delivery=259602



Migration projects pose unique challenges for IT Consultants. The goal is to move a customer’s server infrastructure into a new product and platform with a  process that is both predictable and profitable.
Jeff Middleton will present the concepts of the Microsoft documented “join to domain” approach as well as the options with an updated for SBS 2008 Swing Migration technique. In addition to a technical review of the project path elements, join us for Jeff’s insights into the planning strategy concerns on these additional points to be discussed:


* The Transition Timeline & Value Budget
* Establishing Roll-Back, Pause or Completion Goals
* What’s implied in Multi-Server Deployments?
* Where is the Automation?
* Including your Value-Add of Quality & Predictability

3 Thoughts on “Migration Concepts with SBS 2008

  1. Where can we find the recording? I can’t attend most webcasts due to Australian timezone but would love to hear the latest with Swing and SBS’08.

    Cheers,
    Daniel Mundy

  2. Do you ever reply to your blog comments?

  3. bradley on January 22, 2009 at 12:45 am said:

    Yes, but sometimes I get busy. The blog is a hobby, not a paid gig.

    Hang on I think I saw a link posted.

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