How the Cloud Can Help Canadian Foundations
Gain insight into running Microsoft Business Productivity Servers on the AWS Cloud, to achieve more customization, availability, and scalability. Also, examine the best approach for managing existing applications built on Microsoft Windows Server and Microsoft SQL Server. Begin thinking about which workloads will be the best starting point for your migration.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- The benefits of running Microsoft servers and Windows reference architecture on AWS
- Costs, licensing, and performance on AWS
- AWS Quick Start guide for Microsoft Business Productivity Servers
- Amazon case study featuring the migration of the Microsoft stack to AWS to support 200K users with Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, SQL Server, and Active Directory
Bill Jacobi is a senior solutions architect at Amazon Web Services. His areas of expertise include deployment of email, collaboration, unified communications, and hosted desktops on AWS. Bill previously worked for Microsoft, Lotus, and IBM. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with degrees in Computer Engineering and Economics.