Without a doubt, cloud computing is playing a central role in agency efforts to modernize their IT infrastructure. Agencies have made great strides in understanding the benefits and challenges of cloud.
With this in mind, we invite you to RSVP and join the Microsoft Azure Government DC user community as we kickoff the year with a meetup on: “Jumpstart 2019: Accelerating Gov Cloud in a Cloud Smart World,” Wednesday, Jan. 23, 6 – 8:30 p.m. at 1776 in Crystal City, Virginia.
During this meetup, you will hear about various strategies and best practices to get started with, and accelerate, cloud. Some topics we'll discuss include setting up your enrollment, migration planning, developing a TCO model, governance, ATO and support services including Azure White Glove Migration Service. You’ll also see a demo on Azure Migrate (new for Azure Government) and Azure Site Recovery.
- Vishwas Lele, CTO, Applied Information Sciences; and Microsoft MVP
- Sam Valme, NA Solutions Engineering Manager, AvePoint
- Anthony de Lagarde Principal Azure FastTrack Engineer, Azure Customer Experience Engineering, Microsoft
- Jeff Butte, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Azure Global Government
Be sure to check out the agenda and reserve your spot today to this engaging discussion along with excellent networking opportunities and refreshments. As always, our meetups are free and open to the public – please help spread the word and invite your colleagues and connections to join, too!
About the Microsoft Azure Government user community
The Azure Government DC user community was created as a place to bring together professionals interested in learning about government innovation especially around cloud computing technologies and capabilities.
The community was launched in February 2016 by Karina Homme, Azure Government, Microsoft; and Vishwas Lele, CTO of AIS and Microsoft Azure MVP. The community hosts monthly meetups, which are free and open to the public, in Washington, DC, and via livestream. Currently, the Azure Gov DC user community is comprised of more than 2,000 members and growing. We invite you to visit our site to join us.
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