A Look Inside Microsoft Office 365

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Microsoft Office 365 is a federated set of productivity services running across Microsoft’s global datacenter infrastructure. In this session hear some of the stories behind the scenes and learn about the core foundations and architecture of Office 365.

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Day:

1

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

OUC-B206

Room:

Room 265

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    MikeRigsby

    Highly interested in this. I also want to hit up some O365 Experts in Ask the Experts, if possible, to discuss some specific questions I have. 

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    buckeye254

    I would like to hear more about the migration process and what's involved.  I know what I'm being told but I'd like a chance to hear about the experience of others.

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    ScottMc

    I would also like to hear from the experts and the end users on the migration process.

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    LaurenPatzer

    Guts, guts, guts! Let's see what makes this puppy tick!

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    Nwfandi

    I really would like to see you dig into a hybrid deployment.  Mail routing and identity management 101.

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    SPDeva

    I want to know more about migrating & ID Mgmnt also. Along with BCS integration with on site LOBs and integration with onsite TFS2012.

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    MCoyle08

    My company just recently migrated to Office 365 so I hope this session can help fill in some blanks and make some things more clear. I also would like to find out more about a hybrid environment.

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    pwmort

    We're in the early stages of migrating to 365. Hoping this session can offer up some best practices for new customers.

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    brianmiddle​ton

    We've seen delays with account provisioning that can take hours (and sometimes days) to resolve. I'd love to hear more about that process to understand where things can go wrong.

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