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Upcoming Speaking Events

Print | posted on Thursday, March 03, 2011 7:27 PM

I have the privilege of speaking at the following SharePoint events over the next couple of months. Looking forward to meeting everyone, if you are attending, drop by and say hello!


SharePoint Saturday Holland

26th March 2011, Utrecht, Netherlands
I’ve done a couple of SharePoint Saturday events before, but only as a “virtual” presenter, this will be the first time I’ll actually be at the event. I’ll be presenting my increasingly popular Rational Guide to User Profile Synchronization session. More details.


European SharePoint Best Practices Conference

11th – 13th April, London, United Kingdom
The best SharePoint Conference by a country mile is back. This year should be a little less of a workload than last! :) I’ll be presenting the following sessions, which will all include brand new content exclusive to this event:

Rational Guide to SharePoint 2010 User Profile Synchronization
Get the real deal on configuring User Profile Synchronization in SharePoint 2010 in this demo and best practices heavy session. This session will cover the architecture of the new User Profile Synchronization capability in SharePoint Server 2010 and provide a walkthrough of the configuration requirements and setup eccentricities. This session will be split 70/30 between demonstrations and lecture.

Best Practices for Multi Tenancy
SharePoint 2010 delivers compelling new infrastructure features for those wishing to host multiple customers on a shared platform whilst retaining confidentiality, integrity and availability. This session will cover how multi-tenancy can benefit all sizes of deployment from a basic farm to the largest such as SharePoint Online. Learn how to approach the design of a multi-tenant deployment and to configure and operate multi-tenant infrastructure, create Member Sites, Subscriptions, Feature Packs, and Service Application Partitions. Related features such as Host Named Site Collections and Claims Identity will also be covered. This session will be split 50/50 between lecture and demonstrations.


Real World Service Application federation with SharePoint 2010
SharePoint 2010 provides architects with a compelling new model for service publishing and federation, opening up exciting new approaches to farm design. This session will cover how Service Application Federation plays out in the real world, based upon early enterprise adopters. Learn how to approach the design of a enterprise services farms, provide true scalability and discover the constraints for each service application which can be published, including global deployment considerations. Related aspects such as Security, High Availability and performance will also be covered. This session will be split 70/30 between lecture and demonstrations.

I’ll also be participating in the Ask the Experts session on Wednesday afternoon. More details.