New Webinar: Nano Servers in WS2016

AMA with Andrew Mason from Microsoft

Thursday March 16th 2017

Time: For US registrants (11am PDT / 2pm EDT)

For European registrants (4pm CET)

Duration: 55 minutes

We've got a great opportunity for all system administrators who want to learn more about Microsoft's Nano Server Technology! If you have any questions about it, harbor any concerns about management and administration, or you just want the run down on what Nano server is, be sure to join our webinar with Andrew Mason, Principal Program Manager working on the Nano Server team!

Andrew will be joining our own Andy Syrewicze in answering all your Nano Server related questions, so be sure to bring any questions along, as this will be a Q & A focused webinar. Following a brief introduction on Nano Servers (15-20 minutes), the rest of the time will be dedicated to answering your questions - don't miss this great opportunity!

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Meet the Speakers

Andy Syrewicze

Cloud & Datacenter Management MVP

Technical Evangelist - Altaro


Andy is a Technical Evangelist for Altaro Software, and a Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, providing technical marketing and pre-sales expertise. Prior to that Andy spent the last 12+ years providing technology solutions across several industry verticals including, education, fortune 500 manufacturing, healthcare and professional services working for MSPs and Internal IT Departments. During that time he became an expert in VMware, Linux, and Network Security, but his main focus over the last 7 years has been in Virtualization, Cloud Services and the Microsoft Server Stack, with an emphasis on Hyper-V.

Andrew Mason

Principal PM Manager

Nano Server Team - Microsoft




Andrew Mason is a Principal PM Manager for Windows Server in the Windows and Devices Group at Microsoft. Andrew’s team is responsible for the Nano Server installation option in Windows Server. Andrew has been involved with Windows Server in one way or another at Microsoft since before Windows NT 3.1 shipped and been working on minimal footprint options for Windows Server since the beginning of Server Core.