BUILD Sessions List for Windows Server 8 & Hyper-V

BUILD_LogoAs I mentioned in my previous post Windows 8 is having it big reveal at the BUILD conference right now. However some of the session are not developer related  and there has been some really cool information revealed about Windows Server 8 and Hyper-V (I knew I should have gone).

For your convenience I have listed all the Windows Server/Hyper-V sessions below:

Windows Server 8 Topics

Windows Server 8

Windows Server performance improvements and optimizations

Using Windows Server 8 for building private and public IaaS clouds

Designing the building blocks for a Windows Server 8 cloud

Business and partnering opportunities: Windows Server 8 continuous availability

Designing systems for continuous availability and scalability

Designing systems for continuous availability – multi-node with block storage

Designing systems for continuous availability – multi-node with remote file storage

Building continuously available file server NAS appliances

Using claims-based access control for compliance and information governance

Building security auditing solutions for compliance and forensic analysis

Using classification for access control and compliance

Design for a multimillion thin client market with RemoteFX

Network acceleration and other NIC technologies for the data center

Optimal cloud performance with BranchCache

Reduce costs using new power efficiencies in Windows Server 8

Enabling the hybrid cloud using remote access appliances

Hyper-V Topics

A deep dive into Hyper-V networking

Building secure, scalable multi-tenant clouds using Hyper-V Network Virtualization

Enabling multi-tenancy and converged fabric for the cloud using QoS

Building continuously available systems with Hyper-V

Extending the Hyper-V switch

Developing and testing on Windows 8 with Hyper-V

Using Windows Server 8 for building private and public IaaS clouds

Designing the building blocks for a Windows Server 8 cloud

Remote Desktop

Design for a multimillion thin client market with RemoteFX

Remote desktop experience in Windows 8

Windows 8 Features

Running Windows from an external USB drive with Windows To Go

Understanding USB 3.0 in Windows 8

Simplifying wireless and network device discovery and pairing

Understanding Wi-Fi Direct in Windows 8

Understanding Connected Standby

Delivering a secure and fast boot experience with UEFI

Delivering great performance and battery life

Building hardware-based security with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM)

Networking for connected standby

Chalk talk for sensor and location support in Windows

Connecting Windows 8 to mobile broadband and Wi-Fi networks

Building great USB 3.0 devices

Building great Windows 8 systems

File type associations and AutoPlay

Building Xbox LIVE games for Windows 8

Windows Server 8 apps must run without a GUI – learn more now

Improving battery life and energy efficiency

Understanding Push Button Reset

Deep dive on app data roaming

    

The full list of session can be found at http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/BUILD/BUILD2011/

Update: I will also add any other interesting non-developer related sessions to the list as I find them.

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