Last year, at Sinergija 14 in Belgrade, Serbia, I made a lot of friends and they seem to have enjoyed the sessions I presented at the event, because I have invitations from throughout the region to come speak at events.
One of my new friends, Romeo Milnar, a Hyper-V Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) from Zagreb, Croatia, contacted me to come to speak at Windays 15 in Umag, Croatia.
WinDays15, the largest regional business and technology conference, will celebrate its 15th anniversary this year. The conference brings together more than 1,500 attendees from Croatia and the region, as well as the most prestigious international and regional speakers and lecturers from the world of business and technology.
The WinDays Technology Conference will present current trends that permeate all aspects of life and all age groups, from the application of technological solutions in schools and at home to the use of business tools. We will deal with IT solutions that contribute to improving business systems, higher quality management of production processes and better use and guidance of human potential and resources.
About my sessions
I’ll be presenting two sessions at WinDays 15:
Running highly-sensitive Domain Controllers on Hyper-V and Azure
Thursday April 23, 2015 9AM – 10AM Room Coral 5
Active Directory Domain Controllers hold the keys to your kingdom. So how do you virtualize these castles of identity, without compromising on the requirements of your organization? In this session, I’ll share my best practices for hardening, backing up, restoring and managing virtualized Domain Controllers. In their real-time demos, they’ll integrate with environments like yours, showing you the real world possibilities and impossibilities.
Bring-Your-Own Essentials for IT Pros
Friday, April 24, 2015 2:30PM – 3:30PM Room Coral 4
In this session, I’ll focus on the new Bring-Your-Own and Identity capabilities found in Windows 8.1 (Update) and Windows Server 2012 R2 (Update).
As part of the session, I will try to convince the audience on the practical use cases of claims-based authentication, multi-factor authentication, the web application proxy, workplace join and work folders where you would open the network infrastructure up to the outside world, but, at the same time, still remain in control through Windows Intune and integration with on-premises Microsoft technologies like Active Directory and System Center Configuration Manager.
Will I see you there?