After joining Microsoft a couple of days ago, I am happy to announce my first speaking engagements under Microsoft. As mentioned in my blog before, I will be joining Microsoft Ignite The Tour 2018-2019 in London and Amsterdam. As part of our Cloud Advocates team, I will be speaking in two sessions in the “Building and maintaining your Azure hybrid environment” learning path.
This learning path is designed for Microsoft Ignite The Tour and gives attendees an overview about the steps to build, connect, secure, protect and manage a Azure hybrid cloud environment.
Sessions at Microsoft Ignite The Tour
[cta title=”HYB10 – Planning and implementing hybrid network connectivity ” button=”Microsoft Ignite The Tour” link=”https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/ignite-the-tour”]Once your organization has decided to implement a hybrid model, you need to start figuring out how to ensure that communication between your on-premises environment and your hybrid workloads is both secure and reliable. You also need to ensure that those workloads are protected from internal and external network threats. In this module, you’ll learn how to assess your organization’s on-prem network infrastructure, how to plan and then implement an appropriate networking design for Azure. You’ll learn how to implement appropriate Azure virtual network technologies, including securing connectivity between on-premises and Azure using VPNs and ExpressRoute as well as how to strategically deploy firewalls, network security groups and marketplace appliances to protect those resources and workloads. [/cta]
[cta title=”HYB20 – Securing your Azure environment ” button=”Microsoft Ignite The Tour” link=”https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/ignite-the-tour”]With Cloud resources now connected with our datacenter, secure administrative access to critical workloads needs to be configured appropriately. It’s also important from an organizational and compliance perspective to ensure that workloads have a security configuration aligned with industry best practice. In this module, you’ll learn how to improve the security of privileged accounts used to manage Azure resources, manage software updates for both on-premises and cloud hosted virtual machines, and how to get the most out of Azure Security Center for assessing and remediating security configuration issues in a hybrid environment. [/cta]
I am also happy to talk with you in the expo hall about the latest and greatest features in Azure, Azure Stack and Windows Server. as well as learning from your experience. So join me and the team at Microsoft Ignite the Tour.
I hope to see you there!Tags: Amsterdam, Azure, Azure Stack, Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, ignite the tour, London, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft Ignite The Tour, Presenting, Speaker, Speaking, Windows Server, Windows Server 2019 Last modified: February 14, 2019