Microsoft Ignite 2018 – Review and Future

Microsoft Ignite 2018 – Review and Future

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So fast it goes…hardly a week in the USA…and already the Ignite is over again. But it was a great time:

Sessions at Ignite

Again this year I had the honour to be a speaker at the Ignite. With two theatre sessions, 4 podcast recordings, a 75 minute meetup and a round at the Community Booth my week was pretty busy. Besides some side-meetings with the product groups … well and then … from time to time into the nightlife 🙂

A special feature of this year’s Ignite was that all sessions were streamed live and are also available as a video afterwards. Most of our recorded podcasts have already been published…here’s an overview

THR3112 – What you should know before your first date with Azure

The recording for this session is unfortunately not yet available, but will hopefully appear in the next few days.

All information about the session can be found in the TechCommunity: https://myignite.techcommunity.microsoft.com/sessions/66289

The slides of the session can be found in my GitHub Repo: THR3112

THR3113 – From on-premises to Azure: Ten tips for your successful migration

This session was great. Right after the opening of the Expo…in the back corner…and still there were so many people. Thank you very much.

All information about the session can be found in the TechCommunity: https://myignite.techcommunity.microsoft.com/sessions/66296

The slides of the session can be found in my GitHub Repo: THR3113

and here the  recording…enjoy

MUP3001 – Trust in Tech: Global security round table

Together with Alexander Benoit (known from GeekSprech und GeekSchau and Lead of Trust in Tech Cologne) we had exciting discussions and exchanges of experience in a Meetup on the subject of Security in IT.

This session was unfortunately not recorded, because the format is not suitable for it. Nevertheless you can find the information about the session here: https://myignite.techcommunity.microsoft.com/sessions/66301

GeekSchau and GeekSprech at Ignite

As already mentioned some recordings took place in the GeekZeugs universe. We had the chance to produce a total of 4 sessions in different formats. We started directly on Monday in the Podcast PopUp Studio, a Plexiglas booth with camera team and two guests. Then we went on to the podcast booths with pure audio recording. Here we were two times altogether….one podcast is already published. The second one follows at the usual time. But the highlight was the recording in the podcast studio…so on the big stage where the Channel9 content was shot. With a camera crane and a huge crew…that was a lot of fun. Of course we also had a special guest here. All GeekSchau recordings were additionally published as GeekSprech Podcast…for all with not so much time 🙂

The shows at a glance….more of course on the respective sites:

Forecast

Of course I could use some rest after the week…especially since I came back from the USA with a good cold. But it goes on…and also some blog posts in the next days. Regarding the Ignite I would like to recommend four more things to you:

on October 11th an Ignite Recap with Daniel Neumann and Azure Meetup Bonn will take place (in Bochum?!) 🙂 – Aregister here

Microsoft has published an eBook with all news of the Ignite. Here you can find the Ignite 2018 Book of News

Ignite goes on Tour – with Microsoft Ignite | The Tour the news of the Ignite will be spread all over the world. Certainly also in a city near you. Tip: Berlin findet bereits am 06.+07.12. statt

The Ignite 2019 has been moved to the beginning of November…you can already start now with your pre-registration

About the author:

Ich bin Eric Berg und bin Principal IT-Architekt im Bereich Microsoft Modern Workplace and Datacenter un Microsoft P-TSP für Azure und Modern Desktop. Seit 2015 bin ich Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP. Ich bin Organisator des Azure Thüringen Meetups und Sprecher auf Events wie der ExpertsLive Europe, CDC Germany und Microsoft Ignite. Alle Gedanken, Meinungen und Ideen auf dieser Website sind von mir und spiegeln nicht die Haltung meines Arbeitgebers oder von Microsoft wieder.

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