Janique Carbone has spent the better part of 15+ years in the IT industry, including 7 years at Microsoft as a Senior Consultant and Technical Account Manager.
Janique Carbone is the co-author of the Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 Resource Kit, and the upcoming Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V Resource kit. Janique has developed Virtual PC and Virtual Server training for customer events such as TechEd, authored whitepapers for the Microsoft Windows Storage team, and has assisted customers in maintaining and optimizing business critical Windows Server infrastructures, including Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 deployments. In May 2006, after 7 years at Microsoft, she founded the Infrastructor Group, whose charter is to deliver in-depth training, consulting, and community education that encompasses the virtualization project lifecycle. At Microsoft, Janique initially worked as a Senior Consultant in Microsoft Consulting Services, specializing in the architecture and deployment of Active Directory for large enterprises. During her tenure at Microsoft, Janique developed and delivered multiple customer and partner Windows training seminars. In addition, she developed and taught a graduate-level TCP/IP network course at the University of Houston – Clear Lake. Before joining Microsoft, Janique worked as an engineer on the Space Shuttle and International Space Station projects for Boeing, as well as various other contractors supporting the National Air and Space Administration – Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC), in Clear Lake.
Janique Carbone is an MCSE and holds Master of Science degrees in Computer Science and Aerospace Engineering. She lives in Texas where she is on the board of directors of the Homeless Pet Placement League – a Houston-based animal rescue (www.hppl.org). If you would like to learn more or contact her, visit her site at www.doingITvirtual.com or check out her profile at LinkedIN.