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Azure unblogged Azure Arc Jumpstart

Azure Unblogged – Azure Arc Jumpstart Project

In this episode of Azure Unblogged, Thomas Maurer speaks with @liorkamrat  about the Azure Arc Jumpstart project. The Azure Arc Jumpstart project is designed to provide a “zero to hero” experience so you can start working with Azure Arc right away!
With step-by-step guides for independent Azure Arc scenarios that incorporate as much automation as possible, detailed screenshots and code samples, and a rich and comprehensive experience – The Jumpstart project has you covered!

You can watch the video here or on Channel 9

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Azure Unblogged - Open Source at Microsoft

Azure Unblogged – Open Source at Microsoft

Today, I want to share a new Azure Unblogged video, in which I had the chance to talk to René Moddejongen (Business Group Lead Open Source Software at Microsoft Western Europe) to discuss Open Source at Microsoft. In this video René and Thomas have a conversation about Microsoft in relation to Open Source. Expect a small recap of Microsoft’s Open Source strategy and partnerships with external Open Source companies. Microsoft truly embraces Open Source.

You can watch the full video on Microsoft Channel 9.

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Azure Unblogged - How to get Azure unblocked with Microsoft Services

Azure Unblogged – How to get Azure unblocked with Microsoft Services

Have you seen last week’s Azure Unblogged video with Carmen Crincoli (Senior Program Manager) about the Azure Stack HCI solution program? This week’s Azure Unblogged video was recorded during Microsoft Ready in Seattle, and I invited Annika Maibom (Agile Project Manager) and Michel Luescher (Solutions Architect) to the Microsoft Channel 9 studios and discussed how to get Azure unblocked with Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS).

I had the chance to have a conversation with Annika and Michel about the work Microsoft Services is doing to unblock Azure for our customers. The conversation covered various aspects from agile project delivery, internal offering efforts, and how Microsoft Services is engaging with customers to kick-start Azure projects. Microsoft Consulting Services can help your organization adopt tech solutions across digital strategy, planning, data, sales, and more. MCS helps foster innovation, growth, and a culture of data-driven decisions.

You can watch the video on Microsoft Channel 9.

The Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure is proven guidance that’s designed to help you create and implement the business and technology strategies necessary for your organization to succeed in the cloud. It provides best practices, documentation, and tools that cloud architects, IT professionals, and business decision-makers need to achieve their short- and long-term objectives successfully.

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Azure Unblogged - Azure Stack HCI and the Future

Azure Unblogged – Azure Stack HCI and the Future

You might have seen last week’s Azure Unblogged video with Holly Lehman where we talked about Microsoft feedback and customer engagement programs. This week, I had the honor to publish an Azure Unblogged video with Carmen Crincoli (Senior Program Manager) to talk about the Azure Stack HCI solution program, why it was created, the value it provides to customers, and some of the work we’re doing to engage with customers to improve future versions of the product.

You can watch the video on Microsoft Channel 9.

Azure Stack HCI is a hyper-converged Windows Server 2019 cluster that uses validated hardware to run virtualized workloads on-premises. And allows you to optionally connect to Azure Hybrid services for cloud-based backup, Site Recovery, and more. This allows you to take advantage of the Microsoft Hybrid Cloud services to make your on-premises environment even better.

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Azure Unblogged - Microsoft Feedback and Customer engagement programs

Azure Unblogged – Microsoft Feedback and Customer engagement programs

You might have seen that I started a video series called Azure Unblogged, in which I talk to people in Microsoft and the Microsoft community about different products, services, stories, and much more. This week I am releasing a video on Azure Unblogged in which I had the chance to talk to Holly Lehman (Program Manager in the Azure CxP Team) about Microsoft feedback and customer engagement programs. In this video, we talked about how vital feedback for Microsoft is and how the different teams are managing and capturing feedback.

You can watch the video on Microsoft Channel 9.

If you want to know more about the different insider programs at Microsoft, Check out the Microsoft Insider page for an overview of some of the programs that Microsoft offers for our customers to join!

You can also watch other episodes of Azure Unblogged on Microsoft Channel 9 and check out my blog at ITOpsTalk.com.

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