North East Bytes now steamrolls into autumn with our 10th event of the year. Why not register, come along and enjoy the show!
Managing an Enterprise Infrastructure Using SCOM 2007 R2 with Mark Robson
Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) is Microsoft’s enterprise monitoring and alerting tool. SCOM gathers server performance and status information using software agents; it then collates this information using pre-determined rules (Management packs) and produces a “health” report for the environment. SCOM can be a very complicated product to implement and needs to be handled carefully to ensure the information it is producing is accurate & relevant.
In this session Mark Robson will draw from his real world experiences implementing SCOM to show how it can be used as much more than just a server monitoring tool.
Mark, a NEBytes local, is an IS Systems Manager for a Newcastle based housing association. In 2009 Mark was key in the managing the first UK implementation of a companywide SCOM 2007 R2 deployment that has since been used as case study by Microsoft (http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/Case_Study_Detail.aspx?casestudyid=4000006463).
You can follow Mark on twitter at: http://twitter.com/mark_robson
Introducing Windows Phone 7 with Matt Lacey
In this session Matt will give us a view of overview of Windows Phone 7 and an introduction to developing applications for it.
We'll look at functionality and features of the phone highlighting what's new and what's different in the interface, architecture and development experience.
Matt has been paid to develop software for the last twelve years. In that time he has worked with multiple languages & platforms and for companies of all types and sizes. He currently works for a company specialising in mobile and digital content solutions. He is particularly interested in developer productivity, mobile computing and providing excellent user experiences.
He also organises DevEvening (http://devevening.co.uk/) and the Windows Phone User Group
The event will be hosted in Room 120 of the Claremont Building at Newcastle University. For a detailed campus map - http://www.ncl.ac.uk/documents/Campus-Map-Print.pdf