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162 C H A P T E R 7 | Systems management About the contributors Shabbir Ahmed is a partner enterprise architect with the PEAT team at Microsoft. He specializes in designing solutions for partners and customers by linking and applying complex technologies to their business strategies. Shabbir is a creative thinker with high energy and enthusiasm. He studied Executive PG in IT at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM-K) and holds many awards and certifications, including CCIE#21327, MVP, ISO 27001 LA, CEH, MCT, IPv6 forum (Gold). You can find his LinkedIn profile at http://in.linkedin.com/pub/shabbir-ahmed/58/575/209. David Branscome has worked at Microsoft for six years, in both consulting and premier support. Currently, he is a premier field engineer, supporting federal customers deploying and managing Microsoft technologies. Yuri Diogenes is a senior content developer on the Microsoft CSI Enterprise Mobility Team. He has a Master of Science degree in Cybersecurity from UTICA College, is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Yuri has authored many IT pro and security books from Microsoft Press and Syngress. You can follow him on Twitter @yuridiogenes and on his blog at http://blogs.technet.com/yuridiogenes/. Matt Garson is a program manager in the Microsoft Operating Systems Group, working on the storage and file systems team. Matt has been a member of the storage team since joining Microsoft, working on both file systems and software-defined storage technologies. Claus Joergensen is a principal program manager on the Microsoft Windows Server HA and Storage team. His current responsibilities include high availability, scale out, and shared-nothing storage. His previous responsibilities included Scale-Out File Server, specifically SMB Transparent Failover, SMB Scale-Out, and VSS for SMB File Shares. Prior to this role, Claus held a number of positions at Microsoft, including principal consultant in Microsoft Services. John Marlin has been with Microsoft since April 1992 and was in the original Cluster Group that started with NT 4. John delivers high-availability (Cluster/Hyper-V) training to internal groups as well as to external partners, and he has delivered Failover Clustering sessions at multiple TechEd conferences. He has written articles for both Windows IT Magazine and TechNet Magazine and is a regular contributor to the AskCore Blog Site. He has also contributed to the Microsoft Press books Introducing Windows Server 2012 R2 and Optimizing and Troubleshooting Hyper-V Storage. As a part of his work with the current support group, John deals with clustering, storage, and virtualization. He also handles interoperability issues with networking and Active Directory. You can follow John's blog at http://blogs.technet.com/b/askcore/archive/tags/john+marlin/. Andrew Mason is a principal PM manager in the Enterprise and Cloud Division at Microsoft, where he works on Windows Server and Services. Andrew's team is responsible for the Windows Server platform and tools, including the various installation options of Windows Server, such as Server Core. He has been involved with Windows Server in one way or another at Microsoft since before Windows NT 3.1.

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