Two Concurrency consultants who have been awarded “Most Valuable Professional” status by Microsoft Corporation will present best practices in Microsoft System Center Service Manager and Orchestrator at the Microsoft Management Summit 2012 later this month. MMS 2012 will be held in Las Vegas at The Venetian from April 16 to April 20, 2012.
Sharing from their in-depth production experience will be Concurrency information architect and infrastructure team lead Nathan Lasnoski, who is based at Concurrency’s Brookfield, WI headquarters, and information architect Annur Sumar, who is based in Chicago.
Both Nathan Lasnoski and Annur Sumar are Microsoft MVPs well-known for their expertise and knowledge-sharing about system management solutions. Each year Microsoft bestows the MVP honor on selected professionals to recognize “exceptional technology community leaders worldwide who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with users and Microsoft.”
The presentation at MMS 2012 will cover best practices from implementations serving thousands of users and “crazy interesting” application automation. Attendees will find out what they need to know about these tools before deployment.
The presentation title is: Top 10 Production Experiences with Service Manager and Orchestrator. MMS 2012 attendees should register for session SD-B316.