The Nordic Infrastructure Conference (NIC) conference will be held in Oslo, Norway on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th of February 2016 (with a pre-conference day on Wednesday February 3rd).
This will become the 5th edition of NIC, a conference dedicated to driving technical IT best practice across IT Professionals.
Once again I’m honored to be a speaker at this great conference, where I’ll be delivering two sessions. One on my own, and one together with my good friend Aleksandar Nikolic.
The session me and Aleksandar will be delivering is called Remote Management of Nano Server, where we will showcase remote script authoring, remote debugging, improved file transfer as well as some practical demos showing how to manage server roles such as DNS Server and Hyper-V both using PowerShell and familiar GUI tools.
The other session I will deliver is called PowerShell Desired State Configuration – Real World Experiences, where I will share experiences from implementing PowerShell DSC in a production environment. The first half of the session will be based on a project for deploying Hyper-V hosts on a larger scale leveraging PowerShell 4.0 and a local PowerShell DSC pull server. The second part will show how PowerShell DSC was integrated into a fully automated VM deployment solution, where PowerShell 5.0 is leveraged together with Azure Automation DSC as a pull server.
Less slides, more demos!