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Nexus SC: The System Center Team Blog : Live Meeting for Influencers: System Center for Exchange 2010 on 12.2.09 at 10:00 am PST

 

Mark your calendars! On Wednesday, December 2, 10:00AM PST, we are hosting a Live Meeting presentation for System Center influencers on “Managing the New Mail Infrastructure:  What you need to know about System Center for Exchange 2010,” presented by Leslie Kitz, Microsoft Product Manager. 

Join information is available on the System Center Influencers Program portal.  Members of the program will need to log into the Connect site to access the Live Meeting join information.

This Live Meeting presentation is exclusive to members of the Influencer Program.  Not a member?  Visit the program information page on TechNet to learn more and apply to join.

Abstract: System Center increases Exchange availability to help you meet your SLAs.  Hear about the new Operations Manager MP for Exchange 2010, which offers deeper, more granular monitoring than its predecessor.  See why Data Protection Manager 2010 complements Exchange’s native resiliency and is the right back-up solution for Exchange 2010.

Nexus SC: The System Center Team Blog : Live Meeting for Influencers: System Center for Exchange 2010 on 12.2.09 at 10:00 am PST

Savision at Teched Europe

 

Savision will be present at Teched Europe in Berlin, 9-13 November. We will be demonstrating our System Center solution at booth E26. Make sure you pay us a visit and win a Sony eReader!

To learn more about Live Maps you can also visit the following breakout session where Savision will be co-presenting with Microsoft:

MGT02-DEMO : Extending Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 through Partner Solutions, Tue 11/10 | 12:20-13:00 | Helsinki – Hall 7-2a.

Savision at Teched Europe

1E Launch Webinar – NightWatchman Server Edition

For over ten years, the market leading PC Power Management solution, NightWatchman, has helped over four million licensed users save millions of dollars in unnecessary energy usage, while simultaneously reducing the huge environmental impact of enterprise PC’s. On the 20th or 22nd October 2009 attend an exclusive 45 minute webinar to see how 1E is addressing energy efficiency in the server and data center environments with NightWatchman Server Edition. Why is NightWatchman Server Edition such a revolution?

  • Useful Work™ allows you to identify when your servers are being productive and when they are wasting energy
  • Drowsy Server® enables dynamic power management based on real-world demand without switching off servers

NightWatchman Server Edition is a quick and simple way to improve environmental performance, working alongside your existing IT infrastructure.

To register for the webinar visit - https://www119.livemeeting.com/lrs/8000180417/Registration.aspx?pageName=2mjrnrblvzb68t8w

SCCM Expert highlighted in upcoming Microsoft WebCast

In addition to a great overview on the capabilities of Configuration Manager 2007, this upcoming WebCast (Wednesday, October 07, 2009 8:00 AM Pacific Time) presents how SCCM Expert's SCCM Self Service uses core Configuration Manger 2007 to enforce licensing and compliance.

http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032425485&EventCategory=4&culture=en-US&CountryCode=US

Opportunity for myITforum.com columnists and bloggers: Talk Parallel with Intel’s James Reinders in Sept. 24 Live Q&A

Parallelism has arrived, and it’s changing the game for those on the front lines of the end-to-end development cycle. On Sept. 23, Renee James, vice president of Intel’s software and services group, will talk about new software programming initiatives at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco.

The following day, you will have the opportunity to participate in the first in a series of conversations with James Reinders, Intel’s chief software evangelist, to get the deep-dive scoop on what these new developments mean to the software community, and hear more about Intel software’s roadmap for multicore and manycore development.

To review some recent developments, in April Intel announced its intent to commercialize its Ct technology. In May, the industry’s first parallel programming tool for Windows Visual Studio* developers, Intel® Parallel Studio, was launched. Over the past several weeks, Intel acquired technologies and people from Cilk Arts* and RapidMind*. A new "test drive your code for multicore" service will be rolled out this fall, and many other initiatives are on the horizon.


 


The invitation-only conference call with James Reinders on Sept. 24 will take place at 8 a.m. PST, and he will discuss Intel’s initiatives in-depth, while framing their relevance in response to questions like these:


Threading adoption: When is the right time? When will markets adopt?

Data parallelism verses task parallelism: Is there an ideal blend?

How to combine multiple parallel programming techniques in a single program?

How important is forward scaling?

Is application reliability really at risk with parallel programming? How do we cope?

Should you thread if you don’t need added performance?


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During this event with a select group of industry watchdogs and market makers, you will have the opportunity to ask Reinders questions via live chat. A limited number of virtual seats are available for this exclusive series, so please RSVP to me at talkparallel@parallelstudio.com by Sept. 16 to secure your place on this first call.

I look forward to hearing if you will be able to join us.

Regards,
The Talk Parallel Team


The Windows 7 Summit – Don’t miss this event

Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 will revolutionize the way we manage Windows environments. This is the greatest Windows platform, ever… Are you prepared?

 

During this free online event you'll learn to master the new features, all presented by leading computer industry experts like Marcus Murray, Johan Arwidmark and many more…

 

Meet the team that worked closely with the development team in Redmond, built production systems, configured, deployed, hardened, debugged, tested, crashed, modified and ran the new platform through all possible scenarios.

 

Join us for an amazing journey on October 7.

 

For more information, detailed agenda and free registration, go to http://www.windows7summit.com