Azure Immersion Workshop: Windows Virtual Desktop

Next date: Friday 11 June

A cohesive virtual desktop doesn’t just keep your projects organised; it can help employees stay up to date on projects while they work remotely. The Azure Immersion Workshop: Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is designed to help you foster seamless collaboration through a virtual desktop experience.

Three key topics to be covered at the event:

  • Develop skills to design and implement virtual desktop structure on Azure. 
  • Become familiar with WVD.
  • Create your own WVD architecture and learn how to operationalise your virtual desktop in two hands-on labs.

Who should attend? 

IT pros (TDMs, IT implementers, IT administrators), developers, and architects.

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Azure Immersion Workshop: Analytics 

Next date: Friday 14 May

Uncovering invaluable insights from your organisation’s data helps support your pursuit of greater innovation. The Azure Immersion Workshop: Analytics was created to introduce you to the cloud tools you’ll need to discover those next-level details. 

Three key topics to be covered at the event:

  • Gain a high-level overview of analytic techniques for optimising with Azure SQL Data Warehouse and the Azure Synapse studio.
  • Learn how to use Microsoft Power BI and Azure in conjunction with one another.
  • Experience a hands-on lab with the Azure Synapse studio. 

Who should attend?

IT pros (TDMs, IT implementers, IT administrators), developers, and architects.

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Azure Immersion Workshop: Infrastructure Migration 

Next date: Friday 28 May

This workshop will provide you with both the knowledge and skills to migrate on-premises infrastructure such as Windows Servers and Linux Servers, running line of business applications and their associated database tier to Azure with confidence. The workshop covers both the technical aspects along with guidance on process, people, and governance (Cloud Adoption Framework).

You will learn about the value of implementing a landing zone, design and implement your first landing zone, and then leverage Azure Migrate to move a simple application to Azure during the hands-on lab portion of the workshop.

This workshop is being promoted and delivered in partnership with Microsoft.

Key topics to be covered at the event:

  • Understand how to migrate workloads to Azure.
  • Get the knowledge and skills to migrate on-premises infrastructure such as Windows Servers and Linux Servers, running line of business applications and its associated database tier to Azure.

Who should attend? 

IT pros (TDMs, IT implementers, IT administrators), developers, data scientists, and architects.

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Select your chosen session(s).

Note: Much of these workshops will cover presentations via slides using content using pages and demonstrations of topics and subject matter. All audience types and levels are welcome with their interest to view these portions of the workshop.

However, other parts of these workshops will involve working first hand on the technical software, services and tools such as using Powershell, system + software tools and browser controls in Azure cloud. These portions does assume a degree of technical familiarity and ease to follow printed /guided instructions, especially on Azure cloud and Powershell. To operate these tools, delegates will require a modern browser, such as Chrome, Edge(latest), Firefox, Opera or Safari, which has been recently updated.