Join a panel of Microsoft MVPs for an AMA on Azure. From Apps and Infra to OpenAI, bring your questions to the panel for a lively discussion on Azure.
Azure technologist. Passionate about education, opportunity, and community interactions. Responsible for strategy and design.
Microsoft Azure MVP and Microsoft Certified Trainer working for Ergo, an IT services and consulting company operating out of Dublin, Ireland. A regular speaker at local and international events, he has also authored a number of books on Azure and Datacentre Management technologies including the recently released 'Inside Azure Management' book.
Aidan Finn (@joe_elway), Azure MVP, is a Principal Consultant with Innofactor Norway working on Azure infrastructure projects and managed services. He is also the MD and trainer at Cloud Mechanix (http://www.cloudmechanix.com), a company delivering custom-written Azure training in Europe. Aidan writes about Azure and on-premises server technologies on his own site, http://www.aidanfinn.com and for http://www.petri.com.
Alan has been an IT Professional for over 20 years. Specialising in infrastructure, he has a strong focus on cloud services and in particular with Microsoft Azure which he has been using since 2015. Alan works for MicroWarehouse, an Irish cloud aggregator as Azure technical lead. This varied role involves assisting Microsoft partners with pre-sales consultations, solution architecture and delivering sales and technical training. Alan is a Microsoft Azure MVP and a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He likes to write blogs on Microsoft Azure and participate in community events.
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