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The content for this technical training webcast will be delivered in three individual sessions, allowing you to pick and choose from topics and dates that will suite your needs.
Technical Deep Dive on Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure using Windows Server 2016 - 3 hours
Learn how Windows 2016 Server provides the foundation to security planning for your customers though a secure OS. We will also discuss challenges your customers face and how you can help them boost performance, reliability, and flexibility.
Technical Deep Dive on Containers and Nano Server - 3 hours
Discover how Containers make it easier to meet the expectations of availability, hyper-scale, and agility. You will also learn how to manage Nano Server to offer just enough OS to your customers.
Technical Deep Dive on Storage and Networking for Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure - 3 hours
This session will help you rethink the data center to find ways to move faster, reduce cost, and gain flexibility with software-defined storage. You will also learn how to create a dynamic datacenter with software-defined networking, solving common customer challenges.
- Applicable to Seller - TSP (technical solution sales), Practice Lead - TDM (technical decision maker), and IT Implementer roles at Microsoft Partner Network member organizations.
- This technical training is unlimited for Action Pack, Silver and Gold Microsoft partners
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To register, you must be a member of the Microsoft Partner Network and use the email address associated with your MPN ID. To associate yourself to your company’s Microsoft Partner Network profile, follow the steps on the Simplified Association Process page. If you have issues associating with your organization’s MPN account, please submit a question in the Partner Support Community.