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If you are interested in finding out more about Microsoft Azure then we invite you to be part of the Nashville Microsoft Azure User Group. The purpose of this group is to educate and inform its members about all aspects of Microsoft Azure that are relevant to CIOs, CTOs, Architects, Developers, IT infrastructure Managers and others. It also provides a forum for open discussion and informal networking among the membership. We currently have over 2,000 members.

Topics that we discuss at meetings include:

• What is Windows Azure?

• Who is using it?

• Where is it appropriate and not appropriate?

• How to make effective use of it.

The group meets every 3rd Thursday of the month starting at 6:00 PM. Meetings are held at Microsoft, 8 City Blvd., Suite 403, Nashville, TN.

Our group Code of Conduct can be found at The Nashville Microsoft Azure Users Group Code of Conduct - The Nashville Microsoft Azure Users Group (Nashville, TN) | Meetup (https://www.meetup.com/The-Nashville-Microsoft-Azure-Users-Group/messages/boards/thread/53065279)

Upcoming events (2)

Azure Container Apps

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In modern applications, everything is containerized. And with so many containers, you need a way to manage and deploy them. For Azure, the choice is often Azure Kubernetes service. But Azure Kubernetes Service has one drawback, you have to use Kubernetes.

Sometimes the overhead of Kubernetes is more than you need. Azure Container Apps lets you build Kubernetes style applications, without Kubernetes' complexity. This talk will explore the fundamentals of Azure Containers Apps, its uses, and compare it to the container based products in the Azure portfolio. And it will show how to use the tooling to deploy and manage applications. Azure Container Apps is serverless, so you only pay for what you use.

After this talk you will be able to explore Azure Container Apps for use in your scenarios.

Getting to Green with Azure Policy

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You know that compliance matters for your organization. In this session, you will see demonstrations of how Azure Policy's built-in initiatives for common compliance frameworks can be effectively used to help secure your workloads and demonstrate compliance. You'll learn how to read the policy definition so you can understand what it's auditing; how to effectively use exclusions, exemptions, and overrides; use machine configuration to check OS settings; and create report outputs.

Past events (117)

Azure PowerShell, Azure CLI, and Azure Developer CLI - What to Use, When

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