Windows Azure Sydney User Group (WASUG) August meeting:
1.) Introduction - Conor Brady (V-TSP)
2.) Windows Azure Virtual Machines- Mick Badran
3.) Short discussion on what group members are doing with Windows Azure
4.) Saasabi a cloud based, Software-as-a-Service OLAP application -
5.) What's hot in the Cloud, David McGhee - Windows Azure Technical Specialist at Microsoft Australia
6.) Close shortly before 8pm.
Windows Azure Virtual Machines (Mick Badran Breeze)
Local Integration & Training guru Mick Badran CTO at Breeze Training & Consulting and veteran BizTalk Server MVP/V-TSP will present on 'Virtual Machines' in Windows Azure 2.0
The presentation will show how to setup Virtual Machines in Azure, demonstrate the theory behind how Virtual machines run and also show some Use Cases of running Windows Server Products on Windows Azure. Mick will also touch on VM portability and Server Product licencing during the talk.
Mick has been working with Azure and it’s services since its inception in 2008.
Find out more information about Mick at his LinkedIn Profile page: http://au.linkedin.com/in/mickbadran
Saasabi a cloud based, Software-as-a-Service OLAP application (Bill Trestrail)
Saasabi is a cloud based, Software-as-a-Service OLAP application. Saasabi enables analytical processing of data into multi-dimensional models, which can quickly and easily support complex reporting scenarios and advanced insights.
Saasabi is designed to be compatible with existing on-premises OLAP engines, meaning that you should be able to easily port models across from those engines, use existing tools (such as SQL Server Reporting Services, or OLAP grids such as Infragistics PivotGrid) to access the data and embed results and model design into your applications.
Bill Trestrail, CEO of Saasabi will present along with Joris Dries, from Resonate Solutions who is real world example of how Saasabi can be used to deliver value to customers.
Resonate Solutions will also give a demonstration of their Azure based product, Pulse. Resonate Pulse is an on-line (or SaaS) platform that brings all your data together in one place. However, the critical uniqueness of Pulse lies in its ability to merge, navigate, analyse, discover, present and act on structured and unstructured data. has been piloting using Saasabi as a OLAP component to their solution.
Find out more information about Bill at his LinkedIn Profile page:
Venue: City Hotel (Emperor Lounge) 347 Kent Street (Corner of King Street)
Sydney City 2000
Duration 6:00PM - 8:00PM - (inc Pizza)
On: Thursday, 9th August 2012
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Contact Windows Azure Sydney User Group President Conor Brady with any queries: conor.brady @ oakton.com.au