Global Windows Azure Bootcamp -- Tampa

  • March 29, 2014 · 9:00 AM
  • HCI Group



Global Windows Azure Bootcamp 2014 (#GWAB) is a free one-day training event, taking place on the 29th of March 2014 in several venues worldwide, driven by local Windows Azure community enthusiasts and experts. It consists of a day of sessions and labs based on the Windows Azure Training Kit. The event has been originally designed by 5 Windows Azure MVPs in order to benefit the local community members and teach essential Windows Azure skills and know-how. While supported by several sponsors, including Microsoft, the event is completely independent and community- driven. 

8:30
Doors open

9AM - 9:10AM
Welcome message.

Sessions:

9:10AM-10:10AM
Windows Azure Overview - Dan Fluet, Tallan, Inc.
An overview of the Windows Azure platform and suggestions on ways you can be successful in leveraging the platform.

Topics to be discussed include:

Cloud Computing overview
Windows Azure platform in general
What should and what should not run in the cloud
Windows Azure Websites
Windows Azure Cloud Services
Windows Azure Virtual Machines
"Building Block" Services
Getting Started

10:30AM-11:30AM
WordPress on Windows Azure - Alex Melching

Learn how to create a WordPress site on Windows Azure, its supported publishing platforms, remote management options, custom domains, multi-site configuration, adding an additional site, and a deep dive into the Windows Azure portal for web sites.


11:30AM-12:30PM

Lunch. 

12:30PM-1:30PM

Azure Websites with MongoDB (via MongoLab) - Joey Schluchter

Learn how to easily deploy a node.js website with a MongoDB datastore to Azure using git. If time permits, we will run through an ASP.net MVC website deployment via visualstudio.com to Azure.

1:30PM-2:15PM 

Closing message & Giveaways

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  • Maxim A.

    I can do about couple things. I would start with either logging in Azure with Enterprise Library, or using blob storage to store images for your web site. It will be .net oriented.

    April 3

  • Joe H.

    Good facility... Wouldn't mind presenting the ".net" side of azure websites. Let me know.

    March 31

    • Joey S.

      Absolutely agree Joe!

      March 31

    • Dan F.

      Joe I figured you as more of a Javaguy, but I guess you could do .NET

      March 31

  • MichaelWStark

    I can do mobile services and maybe media services

    March 31

  • Dan F.

    Thanks everyone for coming. If anyone has a topic they would like presented, we would are going to create a monthly user group meeting.

    1 · March 31

  • John B.

    Great information. Going thru some azure tutorials now and learning about MongoDB. I have some cool projects I want to use with Azure.

    March 30

  • Pedro

    Great event. Looking forward to more.

    March 29

  • Ed M.

    Great event. Useful topics and experience.

    March 29

  • MichaelWStark

    Solved a very specific issue I was having

    March 29

  • BJ F.

    Nice facility. Good topic matters learned alot, and got clarification on somethings

    March 29

  • Blain B.

    I'll be there at the event this weekend, also pencil in the Windows Azure\Office 365 Integration Roadshow in Tampa May 1st if this if of interest. http://aka.ms/floridaazurers - ­ see you all this weekend!

    2 · March 27

  • Joey S.

    Working on the speakers list and agenda. Expect it shortly folks!

    March 18

    • Joe H.

      Hoping this event gets a regular azure group going in the area! Thanks Joey.

      March 25

  • Joe H.

    Make sure you have Azure before the event. If you are a NOT a startup, sign up for the free trial at http://bit.ly/azure200 . If you meet the following qualifications, I can get you a bizspark account. Email me directly at [masked] for the 'quick' route.

    Your startup qualifies for BizSpark if you are:
    Developing software or apps
    Less than 5 years old and privately held
    Making less than US$1M annually

    Gets you MSDN sub w 2 x-small instances
    Email [masked] directly.

    March 25

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