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Tech Briefings are free sessions on technology topics that are of general interest to the Stanford community. No Registration is required.
Tech Briefings are monthly events, held during the week, usually in Turing Auditorium (Polya Hall, Room 111). No registration is required.
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Upcoming Tech Briefings
|Wednesday, March 29
MongoDB — A perspective on 5 must-haves for the modern-day application
How do you future proof your application?
Come learn best practices on scalability, high availability, predictable latency and operations with MongoDB. In this interactive session, we will examine real world case studies and discuss building the application of the future.
|Matt McClernan, Sr. Enterprise Account Executive, MongoDB
Jane Uyvova, Solutions Architect, MongoDB
|Tuesday, April 11
What’s New in Windows Server 2016, System Center 2016, and OMS
Your Microsoft account team invites you to come learn about the new features in Windows Server 2016, System Center 2016, and Operations Management Suite. We will discuss and review the new features of Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016. We will then transition to Operations Management Suite and demo how to manage and monitor your on-premises infrastructure as well as your cloud services.
|David Ulloa, Microsoft|
|Wednesday, April 19
|Scheduling with 25Live||Sarah Cho, University Registrar|
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