MMS 2018 Sessions

I’m honored to be speaking at MMS, and to have some excellent co-presenters!

If you are attending MMS 2018 please take a moment and check out our sessions. Sign up now, and please stop by to say hello!

Configuring SQL Performance for System Center

Optimal performance for SQL Server starts with proper configuration, design and implementation. Learn from industry experts how to properly configure your SQL Server Instance to work best with System Center applications.
What you will learn:

  • Tuning and optimization techniques
  • Important considerations for sizing your database for ConfigMgr, SCOM, VMM, and more
  • How to correct common misconfigurations

Speakers: Benjamin Reynolds and Steve Thompson

SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups

Have you wondered about this SQL Always On Availability Group stuff? What is it? What considerations are involved in the design? How do you install it? Learn how can you use this to extend ConfigMgr high availability capabilities.
What you will learn:

  • SQL Always On Availability Group design considerations
  • SQL Always On Availability Group interactions with ConfigMgr
  • SQL Always On Availability Group important capabilities

Speakers: Benjamin Reynolds and Steve Thompson

High Availability Options for ConfigMgr and SQL Server Always On Availability

Adding to the material delivered in the SQL Server Always On Availability, this session will go deeper on:
– Site Server HA (High Availability)
– Remote Site Server Content Library
– Report Server and HA
– What Reference Architecture(s) should you consider?
– MSIT – Lessons learned (architecture, deployment, etc.)
What you will learn:

  • Learn more about ConfigMgr Site server HA and futures.
  • What do you need to know about other roles (such as Report Server) and HA
  • Learn how MSIT is handling these challenges at scale!

Speakers: Kerim Hanif, Benjamin Reynolds and Steve Thompson

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2 Responses to MMS 2018 Sessions

  1. Howard Carter says:

    Are these sessions recorded and made public after the event?

    • ConfigMgrMVP says:

      No recordings… the theory and practicality being that speakers will be far more candid if they are not being recorded.

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