Join the Azure Hybrid Virtual Event

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As you know, Hybrid Cloud is here to stay. On Tuesday, March 31, 2020, the Microsoft Azure team will have a free Azure Hybrid Virtual Event, focusing on strategies, insights, and technologies to optimize your hybrid cloud across on-premises, multi-cloud, and the edge. You will not only learn about the latest innovations in Azure Arc and Azure Stack—two game-changing hybrid cloud offerings from Microsoft but also from our customers.  


You can sign up for free here: Azure Hybrid Virtual Event.


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  • Insights from Bain & Company – building a successful hybrid cloud: Hear from Bill Radzevych, a partner at Bain & Company, about market trends and customer insights with digital transformation and cloud adoption.  
  • Seamlessly manage and govern resources: Learn how to seamlessly manage, govern, and secure resources across on-premises, multicloud, and the edge from a single control plane.
  • Bring cloud services to any infrastructure: Learn how to bring cloud services to your existing infrastructure so you can take advantage of cloud innovation everywhere. Discuss real-world examples from companies like KPMG.
  • Modernize your datacenter: Learn how to modernize virtualized apps or bring cloud to your datacenter while meeting regulatory and data sovereignty requirements.
  • Bring AI to the edge: Learn about different ways to take advantage of edge computing to unlock new business opportunities.
  • Secure your organization: Hear from George Mudie, Chief Information Security Officer from ASOS, on how Azure Sentinel empowers their SecOps to improve organizational security and efficiency.

You’ll also get to ask experts your questions about hybrid cloud during the live Q&A.


I also recommend that you check out blogs on Azure Hybrid:



I hope to meet you virtually!

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