Microsoft Azure, Your Customers, Your Future – 4 Week Webcast Series with David Chappell

If you are a Systems Integrator and are looking at Microsoft Azure to see how this technology may impact your solution offerings, how to go to market with your customers or how the current cloud trends may provide opportunities to transform your business then please join us for this four week series being presented by David Chappell from Chappell & Associates.  We recommend that you attend all four sessions, but they are independent sessions and therefore if you can’t make one you will not lose any context.

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Cost: FREE



May 21st, 2014 1:00-2:30pm Pacific

The Microsoft Cloud: Components, Competitors, and Customers - With Microsoft Azure and System Center 2012, Microsoft has the broadest, most cohesive private/public cloud story in the industry. But do you understand this story? Can you explain it in a simple way to your customers? In this session, David Chappell provides a high-level, external perspective on the Microsoft private and public cloud

May 28th, 2014 1:00-2:30pm Pacific

Azure for the Enterprise: What and Why - Microsoft Azure provides the right services for enterprises. But what scenarios are most interesting to enterprise leaders, and why? Which of these do most enterprises want to start with, why do they want them, and what are the common objections? In this session, David Chappell walks through these basics, giving you a big-picture introduction to how enterprises are adopting Azure and how you can help them do this.

June 4th, 2014 1:00-2:30pm Pacific

Open Source Technologies on Microsoft Azure - This session takes a broad look at the open source offerings that Microsoft Azure provides today and how you may be able to use those open source offerings in your project work for customers. The goal is to give you a big-picture perspective on what the options are and when to use them

June 11th, 2014 1:00-2:30pm Pacific

SI’s in the Cloud Era: Embracing the Future - David Chappell provides his perspective on the current changes that are happening in the industry and how a Systems Integration partner may want to look at new ways to transform their business to meet this changing climate.

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