These days more and more companies are using a hybrid cloud model. But still a lot of those companies struggle with how they can view, govern and secure all their hybrid resources in a seamless way. Luckily these days those companies can overcome their cloud fears and pains and start using the full potential of their hybrid infrastructure, by combining the capabilities of Azure Arc and Windows Admin Center. To guide you on your way, in this session, Micha and Wim will first look into Azure Arc-enabled servers. Secondly they will also show you how you can use Windows Admin Center (WAC) to integrate and manage Azure Hybrid services, for example how you can manage Azure Stack HCI with WAC & Azure Arc. So join them in this demo-packed session and learn all about how Azure Arc and Windows Admin Center can help you to manage your hybrid cloud. So let the battle begin ...
Wim is an Azure Technical Advisor and Trainer with over fifteen years of Microsoft technology experience. As a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), his strength is assisting companies in the transformation of their businesses to the Cloud by implementing the latest features, services, and solutions. Currently, his main focus is on the Microsoft Hybrid Cloud Platform, and especially on Microsoft Azure and the Azure hybrid services. Wim is also a Microsoft MVP in the Azure category and a founding board member of the MC2MC user group. As a passionate community member, he regularly writes blogs and speaks about his daily experiences with Azure and other Microsoft technologies.
As a Microsoft MVP, Micha enjoys talking about all Azure & Powershell topics and has already spoken at Microsoft conferences, International User Group events, Microsoft hosted webinars & Workshops and more. He has over 15 years of experience as a DevOps engineer and has in depth knowledge of private, hybrid and public clouds. Today Micha mainly focuses on Powershell, Azure, Azure DevOps, RDS (Remote Desktop Services) & AVD (Azure Virtual Desktop) environments and is particularly knowledgeable about migrating those environments to Azure. Micha is freelance Azure Solutions Ambassador & Architect @ ConXioN and works with Microsoft on Azure, RDS & AVD
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