Azure for Research training comes to Europe: 9-16 May 2016


Do you need a time machine for getting your research done faster? Then come along to our Azure for Research training to learn how cloud computing can help. Whether it’s big data, big compute (HPC), or analysing data streaming from devices for an IoT project, you’ll be amazed at how easy it is using Microsoft Azure to speed up your research.

These free, hands-on, one-day training events are coming to Europe, so sign up now and find out how you can get your results faster and achieve more:

  • Monday 9th May, University College Dublin, Ireland – register here
  • Wednesday 11th May, Leibniz-Rechenzentrum, Garching (Munich), Germany – register here
  • Friday 13th May, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands – register here
  • Monday 16th May, Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK – register here

You can also apply for up to 12 months of access to significant cloud computing resources through our Azure for Research Awards program. Find out more here – and apply by 15 April 2016 (and every two months after that).

You will be able to access Microsoft Azure on you own laptop during the training, and will have access for evaluation purposes for up to one month after the event. You do not need to have the Microsoft Windows operating system installed on your laptop, as Microsoft Azure is accessed via Internet browser.

This course is for Faculty, researchers, and PhD student using any language, framework, or platform. This includes Linux, Python, R, MATLAB, Java, Hadoop, STORM, SPARK, and Microsoft technologies such as C#, F#, Microsoft .NET, Microsoft Azure SQL Database, and various Microsoft Azure services.

We hope to see you in Amsterdam, Cambridge, Dublin or Munich!


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