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The Azure Adaptive Cloud Community

Adaptive Cloud Community

Exciting news for all cloud enthusiasts and professionals! The Azure Adaptive Cloud Community is making a grand comeback with its monthly calls, and it’s all kicking off tomorrow, April 3rd. This is a fantastic opportunity for individuals passionate about cloud technology and Azure to come together, share insights, and learn from one another. More information can be found here: https://github.com/microsoft/adaptive_cloud_community

The Azure Adaptive Cloud Community is a vibrant group of like-minded individuals who believe in the power of sharing knowledge and growing together. Whether you’re a seasoned Azure expert or just starting your cloud journey, these monthly calls are the perfect platform to connect, discuss, and stay updated with the latest Azure innovations around hybrid, multicloud, and egde.

The foundational goals of the call are highlighted below:

  • Provide the Adaptive Cloud community with product updates for products and services such as Azure Arc, Azure Stack HCI, Azure IoT, AKS and much more.
  • Host a short talk and/or demo on Azure Adaptive Cloud technologies and products technologies
  • Collect feedback from the community on issues, blockers, use cases, and questions related to Azure Adaptive Cloud technologies and products

Each session promises to be packed with valuable discussions, featuring guest speakers, Q&A sessions, and the chance to network with peers. It’s more than just a meeting; it’s a community-driven hub for learning, inspiration, and empowerment in the ever-evolving world of cloud computing.

So mark your calendars for the first Wednesday of every month, and don’t miss out on the chance to be part of this exciting community. For more details on how to join the calls and what to expect, make sure to visit the Azure Adaptive Cloud Community’s GitHub page.

Let’s soar to new heights in the cloud together! 🚀💻☁️

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