Introduction to DevTest Labs and Classroom Labs (Azure Lab Services)

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Abstract:

In the present tech world, we are always lookout for better options on how we can quickly get an environment up and running and also minimize the costs, along with various other features.

Get introduced to the world of Azure DevTest Labs and Azure Classroom labs and the various features that they have to offer in a testing/development environment and also for students and universities.

Starting from cost management to quick implementation of a course lab, this session will be perfect for you to onboard to Azure Labs Services, how to tailor them to suit your scenario and also get clarified on any doubt that you may have.

 

Webinar Date & Time : December 10, 2020. Time 4.00 PM IST (10.30 AM GMT)

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Speaker Bio: 

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Siva is an Escalation Engineer with Azure DevOps and Azure Lab Services team in Microsoft. In Azure Lab Services, he helps customers right from their setup to troubleshooting complex issues and also works closely with product team to improve customer experience. In Azure DevOps, he specializes in moving on premise instances to cloud, CI/CD and also open source integrations in Azure DevOps. His area of interests include staying up to date on DevOps technologies, tools and concepts and also evangelizing Azure Lab Services.

 

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Nitesh is an ardent engineer having 8 years of experience working on different Microsoft technologies such as Azure DevOps, Azure IaaS and PaaS, Microsoft Intune, SCCM and ADDS. Currently in Microsoft working extensively with different DevOps tools to design and implement infrastructure of premier customers. Also providing support to them and resolving issues within SLAs. Besides, working on helping customers with Azure Lab Services as well. Other than work he loves playing snooker, cricket, badminton.

 

Devinar 2020

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