Azure for ground-station as a service : Azure Orbital

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Every day about 11.5 billion terabits of data are being shared between outer space and the Earth, this communication and large storage space can be managed with Azure Orbitals. Learn how can we fully transform the big giant disks with an Azure data center. Rocket Science is an interesting subject and what Azure has to offer to it, we will learn about everything from scratch to setting up a communication between Azure Orbitals and a Rocket.


Megha Pandey


Here is the one that the Windows community wrote about me "Megha Pandey is a Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador contributing to emerging technologies, UI UX development, and Azure. Megha loves to connect, help, and share thoughts with other ambassadors and is often involved in mentorship programs. She is constantly engaged in community-building events, conferences, and hackathons either as a host or as a participant, and loves to give back to the community. Megha is interested to learn about Windows and often shares her feedback and ideas within the hub and the discussion forum, flighting builds, learning with other fellow ambassadors, and organizing events. She aims to help the local community through various social platforms like LinkedIn and YouTube where she shares her reviews regarding builds and Windows Server from the local to the global community. She is inspired by other Windows Insider MVPs as they keep on supporting and motivating her."

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