Windows 8 server session list

Hi guys,

Here’s an overview of a few Build sessions which have to do with either Server 8 or virtualization in Windows 8. Enjoy and a full list can be found at the end of this post.

Windows Server 8 Topics

Windows Server 8

Windows Server performance improvements and optimizations

Using Windows Server 8 for building private and public IaaS clouds

Designing the building blocks for a Windows Server 8 cloud

Business and partnering opportunities: Windows Server 8 continuous availability

Designing systems for continuous availability and scalability

Designing systems for continuous availability – multi-node with block storage

Designing systems for continuous availability – multi-node with remote file storage

Building continuously available file server NAS appliances

Using claims-based access control for compliance and information governance

Building security auditing solutions for compliance and forensic analysis

Using classification for access control and compliance

Design for a multimillion thin client market with RemoteFX

Network acceleration and other NIC technologies for the data center

Optimal cloud performance with BranchCache

Reduce costs using new power efficiencies in Windows Server 8

Enabling the hybrid cloud using remote access appliances

Hyper-V Topics

A deep dive into Hyper-V networking

Building secure, scalable multi-tenant clouds using Hyper-V Network Virtualization

Enabling multi-tenancy and converged fabric for the cloud using QoS

Building continuously available systems with Hyper-V

Extending the Hyper-V switch

Developing and testing on Windows 8 with Hyper-V

Using Windows Server 8 for building private and public IaaS clouds

Designing the building blocks for a Windows Server 8 cloud

Remote Desktop

Design for a multimillion thin client market with RemoteFX

Remote desktop experience in Windows 8

Windows 8 Features

Running Windows from an external USB drive with Windows To Go

Understanding USB 3.0 in Windows 8

Simplifying wireless and network device discovery and pairing

Understanding Wi-Fi Direct in Windows 8

Understanding Connected Standby

Delivering a secure and fast boot experience with UEFI

Delivering great performance and battery life

Building hardware-based security with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM)

Networking for connected standby

Chalk talk for sensor and location support in Windows

Connecting Windows 8 to mobile broadband and Wi-Fi networks

Building great USB 3.0 devices

Building great Windows 8 systems

File type associations and AutoPlay

Building Xbox LIVE games for Windows 8

Windows Server 8 apps must run without a GUI – learn more now

Improving battery life and energy efficiency

Understanding Push Button Reset

Deep dive on app data roaming

The full list of session can be found at http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/BUILD/BUILD2011/

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