Next week, on Tuesday April 11, 2017, I’ll be delivering a 60-minute session on the Ten most common mistakes when deploying Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) and Hybrid Identity and how to avoid them at Lowlands Unite! Netherlands Edition.
About Lowlands Unite!
Lowlands Unite! is the joint event by the Dutch Windows Management User Group (WMUG) and the System Center User Group (SCUG) Belgium. As you might have learned in school, the two countries are often referred to as the low lands (in terms of sea level, not mood) For the Dutch WMUG, this is the first full-day event and it’s promising to be huge! (Believe me.)
For the location, WMUG choose EndemolShine, the studios in Amsterdam where a lot of popular television formats are recorded. We’re turning this inspiring location into an excellent event location for April 11, 2017, with tasty food, great lighting, and, of course, excellent sessions.
The ten speaking slots are all filled with great sessions in the Enterprise Mobility Suite / Enterprise Client Management track and the Azure / Operations Management Suite and System Center (AOS) track. With 9 Microsoft MVPs and a Microsoft Evangelist, you’re bound to learn something.
About my session
I’m delivering one 60-minute session:
Ten most common mistakes when deploying AD FS and Hybrid Identity and how to avoid them
9:50 AM – 10:50
Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) is the Microsoft technology to bridge your on-premises Identity systems towards cloud Identity providers, like Azure Active Directory. Colleagues depend on a reliable, yet cost effective deployment of AD FS and it’s our jobs as IT Pros to make it happen.
This session covers the 10 most common mistakes we see in the field in organizations that have deployed AD FS and Hybrid Identity. Learn from their mistakes, whether you’ve already deployed AD FS and want to make your implementation more robust, or holding off deploying AD FS to not step into these pitfalls.
Despite this event being free, this event hasn’t sold out.
This means there’s still time to join me, the other speakers, your fellow Dutch-speaking IT Pros and, of course, our sponsors, including SCCT, my current employer.
Can’t make it on April 11? No worries.
SCUG Belgium is expected to organize a similar event in Belgium in Fall 2017.