Are you ready for the Windows Server Summit 2020? We are just one week away and there’s still time to register. You don’t want to miss out on the brand-new Windows Server content curated and presented by our AMAZING technical experts!
Tune in at 9:00 AM PST on October 29, 2020 for an all-in-one experience where you will learn about the latest and greatest on Windows Server and have the opportunity to participate in a number of fun activities. There will be a sweepstakes and pop-up challenges that can win you one of over 50 prizes, including Surface Pro’s, Surface Go’s, and Microsoft branded coolers!
Register now for Windows Server Summit 2020.
This year we have awesome new innovation and capabilities we plan to talk about around Windows Server on-premises, managing a hybrid environment, and for running Windows Server on Azure. While we certainly have a full agenda, here are just some of the topics and speakers you’ll have the opportunity to hear from.
- Windows Server best practices and what’s next—Jeff Woolsey, Ned Pyle
- Innovations like Azure Automanage and Azure Arc enabled servers—Dean Wells, Ryan Puffer
- Special topics around Azure Stack HCI, including Azure Kubernetes Service—Cosmos Darwin, Ben Armstrong, Matt McSpirit
- Latest on System Center—Srividya Varanasi
For a refresher on some of the recent Windows Server announcements that we’ll be digging deeper into at the Windows Server Summit, read our Windows Server Summit 2020 announcement blog.
Before you tune in, here are some things you should know:
- While the event is going on, feel free to ask questions in the chat and one of our experts will respond.
- If you choose to participate in the sweepstakes, you can track your progress in the number of points you’ve generated directly from the platform (official rules available in the resources tab).
- Engage with us through social media using the Twitter, LinkedIn, or Tech Community icons in the platform.
Now that we’ve given you a list of reasons why this year’s Windows Server Summit is one that you will not want to miss, we look forward to seeing you there. Visit the latest Windows Server Tech Community post for Windows Server resources, including training, documentation, and our brand-new Learning Paths.