by Andrew Mason
All server apps should be restructured to run on Windows Server systems without a GUI stack, or with all GUI components found on a Windows Client system; this is a Windows Server 8 best practice. This talk explains how to ensure your server apps will work in Windows Server 8 when the GUI shell is uninstalled, how to ensure your app is remotely manageable, and how this positions your app for no GUI stack. This talk will also cover how to use PowerShell to quickly and easily add and/or enhance your remote management capabilities.
by Jeffrey Snover and Refaat Issa
Come learn how developers and IT Pros can work together to develop end-to-end automation and tools that manage the diverse elements of today’s IT environments at scale: servers, storage, networking, devices, operating systems, middleware and apps. See how you can leverage the new version of the WMF (built on PowerShell and industry-standard technologies, such as CIM (WMI) and WSMan) and related investments in management coverage, multi-machine execution, industry standards and services to create powerful management products and tools. Learn how to expose your management infrastructure as PowerShell cmdlets and RESTful Web services (OData) that provide management functionality to Web clients.
13th–16th September 2011