It’s our last meeting of the year and Microsoft’s been saying “new year, new me” with Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022. Join Mirazon’s CTO Brent Earls and Mirazon’s Systems Engineer Dustin Lamkin as they walk us through the high level on changes and new features.
Brent will cover Windows Server 2022:
- Storage Migration Service new features
- Storage Spaces Direct Improvements
- Random improvements
Dustin will cover Windows 11:
- Hardware compatibility/requirements
- New look/feel
- “Under the hood” improvements
Brent Earls is the Chief Technical Officer at Mirazon, a Louisville-based IT consulting company. He has a bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems from the University of Louisville College of Business and a trail of other letters in his professional credentials, such as VCAP, MCSE and MCSA.
On any given day, Brent may be designing highly available storage area networks for a prominent university and then pivoting to helping a coworker troubleshoot a printer problem at a small local firm – a day in the life of a Mirazon engineer is varied. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking, and he’s currently building out a full library in his home office, complete with track lighting and a murphy bed.
Dustin Lamkin started as a systems engineer at Mirazon in August of 2020. Dustin’s love for fixing things and helping people drew him to IT and he’s been in the industry for nearly two decades. He’s certified in a wide range of technologies, like Microsoft, CompTIA, AWS and Dell.
Dustin has two kids (a boy and a girl) and a spunky labradoodle. He has a ton of hobbies, including but not limited to: RC trucks, drones, 3D printing, mountain biking, and camping.