Live Webcast: Managing your IaaS ROI - AD & PowerShell

  • May 28, 2013 · 11:00 AM

 

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http://aka.ms/Ng1y71

Join us for this three-part Webcast series from Microsoft’s IT PRO Technical Evangelist Bob Hunt designed to help you understand the true ROI for ‘on-demand’ infrastructure scenarios and walk away with real-world proof of concepts that you can implement in your production environment.

This Scenario focuses on using PowerShell for remote Administration of your newly created environment.

You must have a paid subscription to Windows Azure before attending these webcasts. Get one here: http://aka.ms/azurebootcamp.

 

 

Part 1: Create Virtual Machines and use PowerShell for remote administration

May 28, 11:00 am

In Part 1, we will create create two new virtual machines in Azure, add the Active Directory feature set to one of them, and enable the PowerShell capabilities to enable remote administration of this newly created environment. 

 

 

Part 2: Configuration and Troubleshooting Support with Q&A

May 30, 10:00 am

In Part 2, we will also walk through the steps of uploading a virtual machine to Windows Azure via PowerShell to give attendees an overview of what will take place. We will discuss these features in detail, clarify pricing, and learn many of the new ways that you can utilize Windows Azure to become more productive. 

 

Part 3: De-provisioning the Virtual Machines and Reviewing Cost Analysis

June 6, 12:00 pm

In Part 3, we will de-provision the virtual machines and review the cost analysis so that you walk away with a clear understanding on the costs and ROI of the various scenarios and live, ‘production’ proof of concepts.

 

 

Can't make all three webcasts? no worries, recordings will be posted so you can review at any time.

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  • Paulo P.

    Just find out that I need to travel this week.

    May 27, 2013

  • Ben G.

    You have this scheduled for 11 _PM_ actually.

    May 22, 2013

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