On August 27, MVA continues its monthly series of free Q&A sessions led by Microsoft technical evangelists. This month, we’re following-up to our 5 Star Rated course, Windows Azure for IT Professionals Jump Start by inviting Microsoft Technical Evangelist, David Tesar and Microsoft Group Product Manager, David Aiken to answer any questions you may have about the product.
Space is limited: Register now.
During this live, audience-led discussion, IT professionals can get answers to their questions on technical capabilities, get advice for using products in a live environment; and learn from their peers in the industry and the experts at Microsoft.
Prepare for this event by taking the following courses and testing your knowledge with the module self-assessments:
This free session is open to everyone, so if you’re interested in learning more about Windows Azure, please join us at 9am on Aug 27: Register now.
David Aiken | Microsoft Group Technical Product Manager
David has been working on Windows Azure for the last 5 years,starting with driving evangelism, through to technical sales and now as theGroup TPM for Windows Azure. David spends his time showing customers whatWindows Azure can do with the platform and covers everything from networking toWebsites.
David Tesar | Microsoft Technical Evangelist
David started at Microsoft in July 2002 and has been a Technical Evangelist for the worldwide Developer Platform Evangelism (DPE) team based in Redmond, WA since 2007. David works closely with Microsoft product teams to “share the good news” of IT Pro-relevant software through creation of technical content, speaking at various Microsoft and industry-sponsored events, and working directly with customers. Areas of focus have included Windows Azure security, Windows Intune, various Forefront security products, Internet Explorer, and all technologies related to the “consumerization of IT” and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trends.
My website is hosted on Azure and is incredibly slow. I really need some expert advice as soon as possible. The website shares load between 8 machines, so its definitely not the CPU maxing out. It must be the way we have set it up and how it communicates
with our database. Please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org. Many thanks
Simon, you might have more success getting an answer from the MSDN forums
or from Stack Overflow