Using Azure for cloud native solutions

English Intermediate Azure (Apps & Infra)

This session provides learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop cloud native micro services architectures using Azure Kubernetes Service as well as other cloud native services in Azure Cloud. Containers becoming the de facto standard for building modern applications, learners will be able to learn how to architect and deploy micro services architecture in Azure in this session.


Boominathan Sangapillai

APAC Regional Multi-Cloud Architect at Cisco

🥈Boomi is recognized as one of the leading chief experts on cloud computing in Asia Pacific, currently serving as a Cisco Regional Multi-Cloud Architect for APAC. 🥇Boomi is speaker at AWS, Cisco, and global technology conferences, as well as a technology writer who contributes articles to the official Cisco website. He is trusted by enterprise customers and strategic partners to transform their businesses on AWS, Azure, Cisco, GCP, Hashicorp and VMware. 👉As an IT professional with over 15 years of experience and expertise in the field, Boomi has gained extensive knowledge and experience in a wide range of technical as well as business areas. Boomi is an expert in cloud transformation projects with more than 50 completed projects and 25 hybrid cloud trainings worldwide. Boomi has proven experience with Amazon Web Services, Cisco, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Hashicorp and VMware environments and successfully led a variety of global clients through their cloud journeys. 👉Expert in Architecting, Assessing, Designing, Implementing, Migrating, Consulting, and Training in Public Clouds, Hybrid Clouds, and Datacenter Complex Infrastructure, he has extensive experience in this field. 🎖️The certifications he has earned as a professional and specialty include Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Cisco, VMware, Python, Aviatrix.

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