Dynamics Technical Conference February 2016 Deep Dive Training


 

Happy New Year! I hope everyone is back refreshed and ready for an exciting year of Dynamics AX ahead. Over the break our readiness team announced training which will be taking place the three days after the Technical Conference in February in Seattle, Washington.

 

If you haven't yet registered for the Technical Conference (February 23 – 25, 2016) you can here:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/techconference/

 

In addition to all the content, breakout sessions and labs at the Technical Conference, the Solution Architecture group and core R&D teams are also running three deep dive training sessions all on the new Microsoft Dynamics AX (AX7).

 

Implementation Lifecycle Workshop for Microsoft Dynamics AX – Register Here

Training Details: February 26, 2016 - February 28, 2016

Training Time: Check-in 8:30am; Training 9:00am-5:00pm PST

Training Venue: Microsoft Conference Center, 16070 NE 36th Way, Building 33, Redmond, WA 98052, United States

Description

The Implementation Lifecycle Workshop for the new Dynamics AX (AX7) is designed for Functional, Technical and Project managers to understand the technology and tools available through Dynamics Lifecycle services and Visual Studio online to support the implementation of Dynamics AX. The workshop is primarily hands on, taking attendees through the deployment of Dynamics AX and the use of tools commonly used through an implementation to support the management of business processes, data, code and environments. The workshop will follow through an example case study to design, deploy, configure and test a solution on Dynamics AX.

 

Advanced Performance Workshop for Microsoft Dynamics AX – Register Here

Training Details: February 26, 2016 - February 29, 2016

Training Time: Check In Time: 8:30, Training: 9am-5pm PST

Training Venue: Microsoft Conference Center, 16070 NE 36th Way, Building 33, Redmond, WA 98052, United States

Description

The Advanced Performance Workshop for Microsoft Dynamics AX is designed for helping solution architects and senior consultants on planning, designing, implementing, stabilizing and releasing a Dynamics AX implementation with a focus on performance. Participants will understand the different phases and steps of the performance lifecycle; from analysis to deployment and the new tools required to get implementation complete.

 

Advanced Presales Workshop for Microsoft Dynamics AX – Register Here

Training Details: February 26, 2016 - February 28, 2016

Training Time: Check-in 7:30am; Training 8:00am-5:00pm PST

Training Venue: Microsoft Conference Center, 16070 NE 36th Way, Building 33, Redmond, WA 98052, United States

Description

The Presales workshop for Microsoft Dynamics AX is designed to provide a pre-sales consultant the grounding needed to demonstrate Microsoft Dynamics AX as a solution superior to competitive products meeting the needs of a customer's business. The workshop is based on typical business scenarios, starting with foundational base knowledge, persona scenarios, exercises and case discussions by using real-world examples to enable consultants to apply and demonstrate the range of capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics AX, being used as a base to future specialize consultants in vertical industries.

 

We are extremely excited about the new Dynamics AX, and the new training around. See you at the Technical Conference.

 

Thanks,

Clay.


Comments (7)

  1. Michael Richards says:

    Clay,

    What is the AX version that will be utilized in the 'Advanced Performance Workshop for Microsoft Dynamics AX'?  We're running AX 2012 R3 CU9 and want to make sure it would be applicable.

    Thanks,

  2. Clay Wesener says:

    Hi Michael – all the deep dive workshops will be run on Dynamics AX '7' – not R3. While their would be aspects that would be applicable, we will not be focusing on R3 during these workshops.

    Thanks,

    Clay.

  3. Michael Richards says:

    Do you think there would still be valuable insight that I could gain or would the fact that were not yet AX7 be more of a drawback during the session?  If AX7 knowledge and use is required, then I probably wouldn't want to attend but if there is value and its still acceptable for R3 CU9 participants, I would be interested in attending.

    Thanks,

    Michael

  4. Clay Wesener says:

    We don't believe there would be no benefit, but it will be limited, and we wont be necessarily distinguishing what is applicable to R3. I would invest in the training if you have a keen interest in AX7.

    If you are interested in AX 2012 workshops, check out the available workshops which are published on Dynamics Learning Portal here : mbspartner.microsoft.com/…/CalendarEvents

    Thanks,

    Clay.

  5. Stephen Howard says:

    Hi Clay,

    Could you provide any more detailed agendas for the sessions so that we can match up attendees to the sessions better please?

    Thanks

    Steve

  6. Stephen Howard says:

    Clay,

    Sorry, just seen that LCS and performance workshops are full in any case. Agenda for LCS looks very useful. Are there plans to rerun these sessions elsewhere on alternate dates or to publish webinars of them.

    Steve

  7. Clay Wesener says:

    Hi Stephen, the detailed agenda can be found on the registration page here : msdynamicsttt.msnlevents.net/…/Trainings.aspx

    Thanks,

    Clay.

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