I am very excited to announce that I will be speaking at MMSMOA 2019 in Minneapolis. MMS in the past meant the Microsoft Management Summit, and was a Microsoft-owned event in Las Vegas, built around the System Center suite of products. After Microsoft abandoned this event and its’ name, it was cleverly adopted by the Midwest Management Summit.
The Midwest Management Summit is a 4-day conference purposely capped to just 750 attendees and was on my speaker-bucket-list for some time already. A lot of well-known speakers already did a session here and this year is no exception, since the quality of speakers is top notch. You might know Thomas Maurer, long time MVP and currently Microsoft employee. I will also join Kristopher J Turner on stage for a few rounds of Azure and Azure Stack explorations.
I’m truly happy to be involved in the following sessions on Azure and Azure Stack:
Helping Giants Survive the Cloud; Azure Architecture for Enterprises
Our experience in helping Enterprise-size organizations with their Azure architecture.
AzureStack, not your dads’ private cloud
You ordered your Azure Stack from your OEM, it was delivered, configured, and now….. What do we do now?
AzureStack Panel Discussion
A gathering of the experts on stage to answer all of your questions, and maybe even some of their own…
You can find a complete list of all sessions here.
Next to me there will be a lot of great (epic even!!!) community speakers present, the list is quite extensive and can be found here.
If you need some reasons to convince your manager, those good MMS people even provide a cheat-sheet with reasons to persuade your company to send you over.