30/05/2014

Wrapup Office365 Summit in Copenhagen

As earlier written I was at Office365 Summit in Copenhagen.
Since I work as known with Lync, I think this was great since I just followed the Lync track.
One of the session was about Networking and scaling network using the bandwidth calculator spreadsheet. Great tool and great to learn how Microsoft Consulting Services thinks about this. I Norway where I work we don't have so large deployment but it was usefull to learn about this.
Lync 2013 Bandwidth Calculator
There was also session about Central Logging tool and how to use this searching for error. Tip to how to use this and what Powershell commands are something like this:
Start-CsClsLogging -Scenario AlwaysOn
Start-CsClsLogging -Scenario IncomingAndOutgoingCall
wait for 5 minutes
try to Call inn
Stop-CsClsLogging –Scenario IncomingAndOutgoingCall
wait for 2 mins
Sync-CsClsLogging

Search-CsClsLogging –OutputFilePath c:\Logfiles\LogFile.txt

Check the output file for information.

We also check out LRS (Lync Room Systems) how it Works and how to configure.
Thanks to all the People who took their time to be there, do the education and great labs aswell.

We also had a great party on thursday, and we had a great time...........

18/05/2014

Office365 Summit in Copenhagen Denmark

Well TechEd_NA is done. Office365 Summit in Denmark is the next show. I will be there. Following the Lync tracks from 21th May to 23th May at Commaxx.
There will be over 80 sessions these 3 days in different directions. But for me it's the Lync 2013 track I will follow.
I will try to blog about this every night so please watch for updates how it was that day.
The first day will be about this:
Module 1: Lync Network Assessment Methodology Part 1
Lab Walk-through: Experiencing Usage Modeling
Module 2: Lync Network Assessment Methodology Part 2

 
More information will come. Please also look for me on Twitter @kaistenberg since I will report there as well.


 

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