Tech Ed content
• 11 tracks, 4 virtual tracks
• 128 sessions including 1 panel discussion
• 98 speakers
• 43 Microsoft speakers, 3 Regional Directors, 22 partner, 6 customer, 9 Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals
• Most common speaker name Michael followed by Andrew
Tech Ed Core Infrastructure
• 6 guys, 3 day pack in, 3 hour pack out
• 4kms of Ethernet cabling set up in Sky City
• 24 CPU cores, 48GB memory, 3.5TB disk
• 45 desktops, 43 laptops
• 20 plasma screens
• 38 HP ProCurve 24 port switches
• 100Mbit internet bandwidth + redundancy
• Expecting ~120GB of traffic
• 18 wireless access points around SkyCity
Hands on Labs
• ~200 different labs
• HP Hardware
• 64 cores, 522GB, 5.5 TB
• 80 Windows 7 desktops
• Dual head display - Green
• Hyper-V R2 & Citrix Xen Server
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Registrations open for Microsoft Tech.Ed New Zealand 2010
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Microsoft Tech.Ed Online: Office and UC
Comment by mattyboy2, on 21-Sep-2009 11:41
Any idea when the videos of the sesions are gonna be uploaded to the official Tech Ed site?
Cmon Microsoft, what's taking so long?
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