Join the Learn Windows Azure Track at TechEd North America

Come and Join us at TechEd North America in the Learn Windows Azure Track this Monday in the room N310 to learn about the latest from Windows Azure Engineering Leadership. For those of you who are attending in person click the links below to add to your TechEd Agenda. For those of you who are not attending TechEd we will be streaming it Live – register here

Note times below are shown in Eastern Time (for those on PDT we kick off 8am)

11:00 – 12:00 pm – Windows Azure Today & Tomorrow (Scott Guthrie)Windows Azure is a flexible and open cloud platform for a wide variety of applications ranging from web sites to enterprise and mobile applications.  In this foundation session Scott Guthrie will demonstrate how to quickly build and deploy applications using the new Windows Azure features and services including Windows Azure Web Sites, Virtual Machines, and new developer tools and SDKs.

1:15 – 2:30 pm – Windows Azure Applications and Workloads (Mark Russinovich) Join Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich as he demonstrates new functionality in Windows Azure that allows for easy application migration, simple provisioning of new compute resources and advanced enterprise data center scenarios. Learn how you can use this new functionality to on-ramp applications as-is to the cloud or extend your data center to create true hybrid solutions.

3:00 – 4:15 pm – Web Sites on Windows Azure (Bill Staples) Join Windows Azure General Manager Bill Staples as he introduces the newest features and services for building web applications on Windows Azure. Learn how Windows Azure makes it easy for you to easily build and rapidly deploy everything from content management systems to high-scale ASP.NET web applications.

4:45 – 6:00 pm – Cloud-Ready Data Services (Quentin Clark) Windows Azure includes a complete set of enterprise-ready data services, including Windows Azure Storage and SQL Databases. In this demo-filled session developers will see how to can effectively use these services to develop and migrate data-centric applications to Windows Azure, while using familiar tools.

I look forward to seeing you there!

Nick