A chalk and talk session on how you can connect your on-premises world to Azure | Guest speaker Pantelis Apostolidis
Vassilis Ioannidis is a Senior Solutions Cloud Architect and a seasoned Microsoft SQL Server expert, working at incadea group, and is in the IT industry for more than 2 decades. Vassilis has a degree in Computer Programming, has numerous Microsoft certifications since 2000, and has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer since 2005. He is working closely with clients, in projects that span across the globe, move workloads on Microsoft Azure, and modernize client solutions on-premises and/or the cloud. Vassilis is a community enthusiast and speaker in many events. Result-driven and a lifelong learner.
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