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TechNet Web Cast Slides: Deploying #ProjectServer on #VMWare with Shared Infrastructure #PS2010 #SharePoint #SP2010 #in

October 4, 2011 1 comment

Just a quick post to say that the slides are now available for the Deploy Project Server on VMWare with Shared Infrastrucutre webcast that ran last week.

I have placed them on Office 365 so that you can look at them online here:

256px-Microsoft_Powerpoint_Icon.svg Successfully deploy Project Server on VMware with shared infrastructure (PowerPoint Web App – Office 365: ghamson.sharepoint.com)

You can also download the On-Demand Web Cast from Microsoft here:

TechNet Webcast

Successfully Deploy Project Server on VMware with Shared Infrastructure (Level 200)

Virtualizing Microsoft Project Server 2010 provides many benefits, but there are a number of decisions that you must carefully consider. This webcast highlights the key decision points around architecting a Project Server 2010 deployment utilizing VMware on shared infrastructure.

About the presenter:

Sacha Cohn is Chief Technology Officer of Corporate Project Solutions. A Microsoft Project Server and Microsoft SharePoint architect for over 10 years, Sacha has architected global-scale Project Server and SharePoint solutions. As a Microsoft Certified Scalability tester for the past 5 years, Sacha has focused on pioneering load and performance testing of Project Server and SharePoint solutions, to achieve the best value from VMware, Hyper-V, and physical infrastructure.

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Successfully Deploy #ProjectServer on #VMWare with Shared Infrastructure web cast tomorrow–1600 GMT #SP2010 #PS2010 #MSProject #SharePoint

September 28, 2011 Leave a comment

Update: Original post suggested that the time was 15:30 GMT. It is actually 16:00 GMT

Just a quick post to say that my colleague (Sacha Cohn – CTO – Corporate Project Solutions) is running a webcast tomorrow about how to successfully deploy Project Server 2010 on virtualised hardware.

In particular this web cast focuses on VMWare, however many of the same principals work on Hyper-V infrastructure too.

I’ll be trying to dial in also and there will be plenty of chances to ask questions at the end so I encourage you to join in. I suspect you will be surprised by some of our findings.

Details:

TechNet Webcast

Successfully Deploy Project Server on VMware with Shared Infrastructure (Level 200)

Virtualizing Microsoft Project Server 2010 provides many benefits, but there are a number of decisions that you must carefully consider. This webcast highlights the key decision points around architecting a Project Server 2010 deployment utilizing VMware on shared infrastructure.

About the presenter:

Sacha Cohn is Chief Technology Officer of Corporate Project Solutions. A Microsoft Project Server and Microsoft SharePoint architect for over 10 years, Sacha has architected global-scale Project Server and SharePoint solutions. As a Microsoft Certified Scalability tester for the past 5 years, Sacha has focused on pioneering load and performance testing of Project Server and SharePoint solutions, to achieve the best value from VMware, Hyper-V, and physical infrastructure.

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