Microsoft’s new fiscal year just got started (on July 1st), and as it has been happening over the past years, employees from all around the world were invited to come to Las Vegas for a global sales, marketing, and technical kickoff. The event itself takes an entire week.
For the second year in a row, I had the opportunity to attend the event as a speaker. On this edition, I received the duty to speak about Azure Lab Services to Microsoft’s Worldwide Education Team, and it was awesome.
After giving out a brief introduction on the key talking points related to the service, I got myself focused on showing to the audience how could they have the product up and running based upon a POC (Proof-of-Concept) real-life scenario. The scenario itself can be seen below.
Once again, it was a great experience to able to get there and share some useful content. If you’re reading this and would like to go a bit deeper on this topic (Lab Services in Azure), please, refer to the content listed below.
- First read about Azure Lab Services: https://aka.ms/labservicesedu
- Official documentation: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/lab-services/
- Free webinar about Azure Lab Services: https://aka.ms/AA55ltw