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If cloud infrastructure is part of your IT strategy, you’ll want to join us this November for the brand new, free digital event, Azure IaaS Day. Tailored for IT infrastructure professionals and solution architects, the event will take place online on November 17, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Pacific Time (PT).

Accelerated digital transformation is helping boost flexibility and drive growth, but as organizations speed ahead—the cloud infrastructure making this possible needs to be reliable, secure, and scalable, especially for business-critical applications.

Adopting infrastructure as a service (IaaS)—including the core IaaS elements of compute, storage, and networking—must be a part of every cloud strategy. Putting a thoughtful and resilient IaaS strategy in place can empower organizations to be more flexible in the present and more quickly seize opportunities in the future. It means being able to confidently say yes when business leaders ask you to support new ways of doing business or empowering employees.

During this event, you will:

  • See Azure IaaS solutions in action—demos, best practices, and deep-dive content with specific tracks for compute, storage, and networking.
  • Hear Microsoft experts present the latest innovations, tools, and training opportunities for IT infrastructure professionals.
  • Learn how Intel and Microsoft are partnering to deliver scalable, secure, and reliable infrastructure to customers.

Join us to hear more about the latest IaaS innovations, engage with product experts, and envision how Azure cloud infrastructure solutions can increase the agility and resiliency of your infrastructure and IT strategy. We hope to see you there!

Azure IaaS Day—registration open now

Learn skills to build a more agile, resilient infrastructure
November 17, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Pacific Time (PT)

Delivered in partnership with Intel.

To register for Azure IaaS, click this button

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