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Thursday, May 18 • 8:00am - 9:45am
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About BITS, BranchCache or Delivery Optimization - But Were Afraid To Ask LIMITED

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Session Description:
All the secrets!
BranchCache is more popular than ever with the ever growing content that we need to shovel around our networks. How do you get te best performance?
Delivery Optimization (DO) is creeping up from behind. What the heck even is that thing!?
And what to do with that Peer Cache thingy?

Learn how to setup, measure, track and optimize this awesome P2P tech. Free tools galore to help you. Bring your most challenging questions - if we can't answer a BITS, BranchCache or DO question you win a beer token! Go home and become a hero to your Network team. No, really, it can happen!

What you will learn:

  • How to deal with non-ConfigMgr content
  • The answer to your questions!
  • How much those 2Pinters know about Microsoft P2P
  • The future of Microsoft P2P Technologies and how you can plan to use them (they're free y'know!)
  • What to tell the management back home on how you are going to save the network from a meltdown

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Andreas Hammarskjöld

Co-Founder, 2Pint Software
During his 19 year career in desktop deployment he has become a leading expert in designing and implementing Microsoft based system management solutions. He has been responsible for deploying an impressive 1.2 million desktops at a wide range of organizations, including several Fortune... Read More →
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Phil Wilcock

Co-Founder, 2Pint Software
Phil is a former Microsoftie, was a Co-Founder of 1E, and now co-runs the mighty 2Pint Software, who specialize in Network Health Software based around Microsoft Peer To Peer technologies and fancy Network Booting over http.

Thursday May 18, 2017 8:00am - 9:45am
Lakes A

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