TechNet & MSDN Events Present: Real World Azure


We invite you to explore Windows Azure™ – Microsoft’s platform for building and deploying cloud based applications – from a real world point of view!


During this event, we’ll review critical lessons Microsoft IT has learned migrating internal line-of-business applications to Windows Azure™.


What is Windows Azure™? When should I use it? How does it apply to my job?  Whether you’re an IT Professional, Developer or Architect, we’ll address your top of mind questions about cloud computing.


TechNet Events Presents – for the IT Professional from 8:30am to noon


In this session, we will discuss:


·         Azure architecture from the IT professional’s point of view


·         Why an IT operations team would want to pursue Azure as an extension to the data center


·         Configuration, deployment and scaling Azure-based applications


·         The Azure roles (web, web service and worker)


·         Azure storage options


·         Azure security and identity options


·         How Azure-based applications can be integrated with on-premises applications


·         How operations teams can manage and monitor Azure-based applications



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MSDN Events Presents – for the Developer & Architect from 1:00pm to 5:00pm


In this session, we will discuss:  


·         Cloud computing architectures in general and the Azure architecture in particular


·         Several aspects of Azure from the developer’s and architect’s perspective


·         Azure roles (web, web service and worker)


·         Azure storage options


·         Azure security and identity options


·         How Azure-based applications can be integrated with on-premise applications


·         Configuration, deployment and scaling Azure-based applications


·         How development teams can optimize their applications for better management and monitoring 


 




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Comments (1)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Will a recording be available afterwards?