Leeds April 2017

My notes from the Leeds April 2017 event. Sorry if I missed your session but 16 out of 20 talks was the best I could and still meet with community members.
– Brendon

Architecting an elastic, resilient, modern storage environment
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Storage/Rethinking-Storage

Unsung Heroes of Veeam Availability Suite 9.5
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Virtualisation/Availability-Suite-9-5

4 Strategies for considering 3rd party maintenance
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Storage/4-Strategies-for-considering-3rd-party-maintenance

Faster Windows Computers with a simple utility
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Storage/Faster-Windows-Computers-with-a-simple-utility

Advanced Performance Monitoring
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Virtualisation/Advanced-Performance-Monitoring

AWS Design Considerations
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Virtualisation/AWS-Design-Considerations

Serverless vs Codeless solutions on Azure
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Leadership/March-2017/Serverless-vs-Codeless-solutions-on-Azure

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Blockchain & Smart Contracts
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Leadership/Bitcoin,-Ethereum,-Blockchain-Smart-Contracts

Workspace IoT
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/OpenSource/March-2017/Workspace-IoT

Cost control in the public cloud
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Virtualisation/Cost-control-in-the-public-cloud

Veeam Special Interest Group
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Virtualisation/Veeam-Special-Interest-Group

Continuous Delivery Vs Copious Regulation
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Leadership/Continuous-Delivery-Vs-Copious-Regulation

Augmented Inline Deduplication
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Storage/Augmented-Inline-Deduplication

Extending Data Centre Infrastructure & Operations to the Cloud
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Storage/Enterprise-Data-Management-to-in-the-Cloud

Windows Profiles Through The Years
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Virtualisation/Windows-Profiles-Through-The-Years

GDPR Snake Oil – Busting the myths
https://techug.org.uk/Blog/Leadership/GDPR-Snake-Oil-Busting-the-myths

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