Cloud Computing Seminar: An Introduction to Windows Azure IaaS

If you have found yourself thinking…

“We want the cloud to be a seamless extension of our data center, not a walled garden. We want to use our existing IT setup and tools (AD, SCOM etc.) to manage the on-premises and cloud-based applications.”

“We want seamlessly move virtual machines from on-premises to the cloud and back.”

“We want to start out by moving existing applications to the cloud without the need to change the applications in any way.”

…then our upcoming Introduction to Windows Azure IaaS session is for you.

This free half-day session is for anyone who wants to better understand the recently-announced Windows Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering. After a brief overview of the Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) model, we will focus on key IaaS concepts. Additionally, we will walk you through a number of scenarios enabled by Azure IaaS and several demonstrations.

Agenda:

  • Overview of Windows Azure Platform
  • Azure IaaS
  • Why IaaS?
  • IaaS Core Concepts
  • Supported Applications
  • Azure Virtual Machines
  • Disk Mobility
  • VM export / Import
  • Availability
  • Azure Virtual Network

Suggested Background Reading:

Presenters:

Jack O’Connell, Infrastructure Architect
Vishwas Lele, Application Architect

Where and When:

October 19, 2012
9:30 am to 12:30 pm

Microsoft Corporation
45 Liberty Boulevard
Malvern, PA 19355

Register here: www.clicktoattend.com
Event Code: 162695

About Joseph Klein

Working as an Alliance and Market Development Manager for AIS allows Joseph to build marketing programs for a forward thinking innovator in the technology field. AIS is a fast growing and an innovative company, and that environment offers challenges and opportunities for him to create new programs in the markets they serve. As an added dimension, Joseph works with Microsoft and their partner program to bring their ideas and innovations to market as a part of a robust set of services through his work with market development. He has worked for AIS for 5 years.