Azure IaaS Day: Learn skills to build a more agile, resilient infrastructure

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Learn how to keep your business-critical workloads running with a more resilient IT infrastructure. Hear success stories, see demos, and chat with product experts on the latest innovations in compute, storage, and networking at Azure IaaS Day, a free digital event on November 17 from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Pacific Time 


At this digital event, you’ll learn how a more secure, scalable, and reliable cloud infrastructure can help you better run your business-critical workloads—leading to exciting growth and innovation in your business. You’ll also be among the first to hear special product announcements and learn about the latest IaaS innovations. 


Register now to: 

  • Get access to exclusive deep dive content—with specific tracks on Azure storage, compute, and networking services. 
  • Hear special announcements and learn about a new tool to help you select the right virtual machine for your needs.  
  • Learn best practices and see demos of Azure IaaS in action—with a workload-based approach for common IaaS business scenarios.  
  • Hear real-world success stories from customers who use Azure IaaS to accelerate innovation and build digital resilience. 
  • Get answers to your IaaS questions from the product experts with Azure compute, storage, and networking. 





Explore infrastructure as a service (IaaS) solutions and scenarios that can help accelerate digital transformation, as well as build resilience, recovery, and future growth into the core of your business. 

Learn how to make your business more resilient for the future, as well as how to seize new growth opportunities with a more secure, scalable, reliable cloud infrastructure. 


Delivered in partnership with Intel. 


Azure IaaS Day 

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 

9:00 AM–11:00 AM Pacific Time 




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