Microsoft is running Technet Update at Australian Ballroom and Exhibition Room 14 Carrington Street, Sydney on the 16th of April, 2015. Register for this event here, should be worth your time.
9:00am – 10:00am
Keynote - Getting to the value of the Internet of Things
Lee Hickin - IoT Commercial Lead, Microsoft Australia
The Internet of Everything has become a catch-all phrase to describe adding connectivity and intelligence to just about every device in order to give them special functions, from tiny devices that might travel in our bloodstream to fully automated large scale mining operations. Billions of sensors will be shipped each year and the possibilities are endless. But what should be connected? and Why? Come along to this session and hear why businesses should care about the internet of things…….and learn where the real value lies. Microsoft will lay out its vision for how businesses can best take advantage of this growing trend and how it’s cloud and Windows technologies will offer a complete end to end solution
10:00am – 10:30am
Stream 1 – Windows 10
Stream 2 – Microsoft Cloud OS
10:30am – 11:30am
Windows 10 – What does the new OS mean for Enterprises?
Foundation for the Software Defined Datacenter
11:40am – 12:40pm
Windows 10 Security – What’s new?
Extending Enterprise Networks to Azure using ExpressRoute
12:40pm – 1:30pm
1:30pm – 2:30pm
Windows 10 – Deployment
Windows Azure Pack Overview
2:40pm – 3:40pm
Windows 10 for Mobile Devices: What’s Next?
Getting started with Microsoft Azure IaaS
3:40pm – 4:00pm
Break (Close and Prize Draw)
4:00pm – 5:00pm
If you have been following my blog, you probably know how excited I am about this feature. Unfortunately, the documentation can be a little hard to find. The important thing to remember is that as this is a part of the web client – that is where you will find the relevant documentation.
Paul Haag at InterDyn has just written a great post summarizing the steps he followed. Using the Dynamics GP Service Based Architecture (Paul Haag)
Additionally as you are stuck(and its okay if you are, this is Version 1 of the SBA) – you might find the following notes and resources helpful.
Read more at Service Based Architecture and Custom Procedures (Thanks Rob Bernhardt)
David Musgrave has just announced that he has completed the exclusive agreement with Microsoft to obtain the Support Debugging Tool source code.
He’s now looking at community feedback to fix the horrible name which always took a few tries to explain to people. “Why do I need a debugging tool ?” – most people I recommended the tool to asked me.
Go Vote for a new name that makes sense here - Where is the Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015?
PS – It was a good thing the tool was named the support debugging tool. With a slightly better name, and consequently even more popularity David would have had much more difficulty getting the source code !