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Session about Microsoft Azure at SK Patel Institute of Computer Studies

This post was pending for a month!. Sorry for being late. I had got a chance to give a session about Microsoft Azure at SK Patel Institute of Computer Studies, Gandhinagar with Kalpesh Satasiya. It was a great experience interacting with Student after so much time. Had a great time with them.  Thank you Kalpesh for being co-speaker at the event. There are more than 60 students there in the session.

Here are the topics we have covered:

  1. What is the cloud?
  2. What is Cloud Computing?
  3. Life before Cloud
  4. Virtualization and how virtualization works and lay foundation of any cloud technology.
  5. Data centers and Server container
  6. IAAS, PAAS and SAAS
  7. Different Cloud services provided by Azure.
  8. Overview of Azure portal.

Here are some the pics of the session.

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And to my surprise, We got highlighted in Local News Paper Gandhinagar Samachar.



Thank you, my friend, Dr. Nidhi Divecha – The professor and Dr. Sanajy M. Shah – Director of SK Patel Institute of computer studies for being amazing host at college. Thank you, students, for listening and asking questions related to it. Overall it was a great experience!.

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