Windows Azure Update

UK AzureNet
Tue, 31 Mar 2009, 18:15 - 20:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
Microsoft London (Cardinal Place) , Westminster, GB

We would like to invite you to a session titled “Windows Azure Update, What it is & What it isn’t” including a Q&A session with 3 x members of the Azure team from Microsoft Corp along with a session that introduces “UK AzureNET” which is the name of what we hope evolves into UK Azure User Group / community!

Please see agenda below along with speakers bio and registration details below:-



Matt Rogers (Senior Field Marketing Manager for Windows Azure)

In this role he is responsible for global go-to-market strategy, understanding customer needs for the new service, and preparing Microsoft's global sales force and partner community for the upcoming launch.  

James Conard (Senior Director, Azure Services, .NET, and Visual Studio Evangelism)

James leads a global team of senior Microsoft evangelists who help customers realize the full potential of their IT investments using Microsoft’s Azure Services Platform, .NET Framework and Visual Studio.  James and his team have worked with customers and Microsoft partners around the world in understanding how these Microsoft offerings reduce IT costs and project timelines while delivering innovation solutions to market. 

Michael Maggs, Senior Director, Windows Azure Partner Marketing – Session Title

Michael is responsible for the global partner ecosystem of Windows Azure.  He and his team work with leading system integrators, software development firms and IT consultancies to enable enterprises to adopt Microsoft’s cloud computing platform.

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