Presentations

Every now and then I am lucky enough to be asked, or silly enough to offer to present.   Below is an archive of my presentations.


ISC Lunch time session Feb 2017 – Security without Borders

The local Wellington ISC chapter invited me to present a lunch time session on Cloud Security.  A link to the slide deck is below.

https://1drv.ms/p/s!ArGJzcRWGwHMg_xUt6qzYxn2CMUdug

 


 

Microsoft Ignite New Zealand 2016 – Channel 9 Live Interview and Sessions Presented

This year at Ignite the MSDN Channel 9 team did live interviews with a number of speakers.  I was lucky enough to be asked to participate in an interview.  https://channel9.msdn.com/events/Ignite/New-Zealand-2016/C9L12

Designing Azure Compute and Storage to optimise for cost and performance

Take a deep dive with us as we explore designing Azure compute and storage for advanced performance. In this session we will look in to the scaling and performance targets for Azure compute and storage, and how to meet specific IOPS performance levels without blowing out costs.  https://channel9.msdn.com/events/Ignite/New-Zealand-2016/M370

Implementing Azure Site Recovery for on premises to Azure DR

Azure Site Recovery (ASR) provides very cost effective Disaster Recovery as a Service. When it comes to designing and implementing ASR there are a number of different steps and components that should be taken in to consideration. In this session we will take you through planning for ASR, the information you should collect and the tools you can use to gather it. We will then step through implementing ASR to protect workloads to Azure and configuration of the failover process.  https://channel9.msdn.com/events/Ignite/New-Zealand-2016/M322

 


 

Microsoft Wellington Infrastructure and Azure User Group – VNet to VNet peering – Sept 2016

This was a quick session to present VNet to VNet peering to the user group and why members should consider using VNet peering over Site to Site VPN connections.

You can download the PowerPoint from https://1drv.ms/p/s!ArGJzcRWGwHMg_hkB4vIEEuhAt9XZQ


Microsoft Wellington Infrastructure and Azure User Group – Optimizing for cost and performance with Azure – July 2016

I help run the Microsoft Wellington Infrastructure and Cloud User Group and every now and then I get the opportunity to step away from my MC duties and present a session to the group. This session is based on the presentation I gave at CodeCamp but with more of a focus on the approach to optimizing for cost and performance in Azure rather than just focussing on compute and storage.

You can download the PowerPoint from https://1drv.ms/p/s!ArGJzcRWGwHMgdZCCFKo5lIvH3Xwaw


 

CodeCamp Wellington – Designing Azure Compute and Storage for Advanced Performance – April 2016

CodeCamp was a free community run event sponsored by Microsoft.  I was lucky enough to be asked by Microsoft to present a session on Azure for them at the Wellington event.

You can download the PowerPoint from https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=CC011B56C4CD89B1!33041&authkey=!AKjGFpOibVKjzgk&ithint=file%2cpptx

 


 

Windows 10 for Businesses of any Size – March 2016

In March Microsoft flew me up to Auckland to present the opening session in a month long series of Windows 10 webinars broadcast live on the internet for the Asia Pacific region.  We also had an audience in the room at Microsoft.  It was quite interesting presenting to two different audiences at the same time !

You can view the official recording of the presentation at https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Windows-10-Webinar-Series/Webinar-1-Windows-10-for-business-of-any-size/Webinar-1-Windows-10-for-businesses-of-any-size

You can download the PowerPoint from https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=CC011B56C4CD89B1!30965

 


Microsoft Ignite NZ 2015

This year I was lucky enough to be asked my Microsoft to present two sessions at Ignite and participate in a Windows 10 Panel session, making it extra fun was that I got to co present with a good friend of mine Malcolm Jeffery (@Malcy_J).  Below are the two sessions I presented.

Windows 10 tested and shaped by 3 Million Windows Insiders – What does this mean for you?

Join us for an introduction to Windows 10 for the consumer, from Cortana the most personal digital assistant yet to the Xbox app. We will take you through Windows 10 consumer features and why the time is right to upgrade.

You can view the official Ignite recording of the presentation at https://channel9.msdn.com/events/Ignite/Microsoft-Ignite-New-Zealand-2015/M111

You can download the PowerPoint from http://1drv.ms/1MimR4h

Windows 10 + Azure AD + Intune = full desktop management and provisioning in the cloud (M368)

Have you replaced all your business applications with SaaS based solutions? Are you a start-up wondering if you really need Active Directory Domain Controllers and on premises desktop management solutions? Join us as we take a retail bought laptop running Windows 10, connect it to the internet and with the power of Azure AD and Windows Intune convert it to a fully managed Windows 10 Enterprise corporate device complete with applications.

You can view the official Ignite recording of the presentation at https://channel9.msdn.com/events/Ignite/Microsoft-Ignite-New-Zealand-2015/M368

You can download the PowerPoint from http://1drv.ms/1MimNS3


Wellington Azure Lunchtime Meetup 2015 – Azure AD and Azure AD Connect

First there was Dirsync & FIM, then Azure AD Sync and now Azure AD Connect has been released!

Join us for some lunch and listen to Daniel Bowbyes from Datacom’s CloudConsult team present Microsoft’s recently GA’d Azure AD Connect tool, and why the time might be right to upgrade from Dirsync.

You can view or download the PowerPoint from http://1drv.ms/1JrBBHb


Microsoft  TechDAY 2015 – Building a Strong Foundation to your Azure Tenancy

Microsoft TechDAY is a Microsoft Premier support customer only technology day a bit like a mini TechED.

You can download the PowerPoint from http://1drv.ms/1K1WPkm


TechED New Zealand 2014 – Azure Active Directory – Identity Management in the Cloud (PCIT208)

In the 13+ years since the original Active Directory product launched with Windows 2000, it has grown to become the default identity management and access-control solution for over 95% of organizations around the world.  As companies rely more and more on SaaS-based applications, as the range of cloud-connected devices being used to access corporate assets continue to grow, and as more hosted and public cloud capacity is used, companies must expand their identity solutions to the cloud.  With this in mind, Microsoft set out to build a solution.

You can view the official TechEd recording of the presentation at https://channel9.msdn.com/events/TechEd/NewZealand/2014/PCIT208

You can download the PowerPoint from http://1drv.ms/1K1W2Ql


TechED New Zealand 2012 – New Networking Features in Server 2012 (WSV302)

This session will cover NIC Teaming in Server 2012, DHCP failover and a brand new feature to Server 2012, IP address Management (IPAM). During the session we will look at selecting the best teaming options for your workload (including Hyper-V). We will take a deep dive in to DHCP Failover, the theory behind it and how to configure it. Plus we will look at why IPAM means you can retire your IP tracking spreadsheet!
 
You can view the official TechEd recording of the presentation at http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NewZealand/TechEd-New-Zealand-2012/WSV302
 
You can download the PowerPoint from http://1drv.ms/1MioE9w

Wellington Windows Infrastructure User Group July 2012 – Infrastructure Services the easy way with Windows 2012

This presentation covers some of the changes to the infrastructure services in Windows 2012.
 
 
You can download the PowerPoint from  http://1drv.ms/1K2LMD9

TechEd New Zealand 2011 – Network Access Protection in the Real World  (WSV402)

I was lucky enough to team up with Ran Mayron from Microsoft NZ for this presentation. It was aimed as a 400 level session so this is not the presentation for you if you are looking for a primer to NAP!
 
 
You can view the official TechEd recording of the presentation at http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/TechEd/NewZealand/2011/WSV402 [note the audio is a bit dodge for the first min or so]
 
 
You can download the PowerPoint from  http://1drv.ms/1K2LxI0

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