I’m presenting at the Dutch Windows Management User Group 2017-4 Meetup

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The Dutch Windows Management User Group (WMUG) is one of the more active IT Pro user groups in the Netherlands.

I was honored when they invited me to speak at their next meetup on September 13, 2017. Of course, I’d present at this meetup; their fourth meetup this year!



About the Dutch Windows Management User Group (WMUG)

Windows Management User Group Netherlands (WMUG) is a Dutch user group offering a stage to share knowledge between fellow-IT Pros through regular and 100% community-driven user group meet-ups.

I know many of the persons running WMUG. I’ve worked together with Adnan Hendricks at OGD, Meet Kenneth van Surksum, Arie de Haan, Erik Loef and Bob Cornelissen regularly at events and worked together with Peter Daalmans. Glimlach


About the WMUG  2017-4 Meetup

Windows Management User Group Netherlands (WMUG) organizes a free community event on Wednesday night September 13, 2017 at iSense ICT Professionals in Gouda, the Netherlands.

The event starts at 4:30 PM with presentations and people are welcomed at the venue from 4 PM onwards. After the first one-hour presentation by Adnan Hendricks titled ‘Azure up in Arms! Automating your Azure infrastructure builds’ and a 75-minute break for diner, I have the stage for a maximum of 60-minutes, because, of course, we start enjoying drinks and snacks starting at 7:45 PM.


About my presentation

Microsoft offers a plethora of services, labeled Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).
The large quantity of services makes it easy to overlook the true gems in Microsofts IaaS portfolio. I feel five of these gems are so unique because of their added value, but also their low (to no) cost, that IT Pros have mixed feelings. ‘Wow, this is so cool!’ and ‘This sounds too good to be true…’ alternate in IT Pros’ heads, so it’s about time to make it clear.

I’ll explain five Microsoft IaaS gems in clear and concise language, you can’t afford to ignore as an IT Pro and which ones to embrace. Of course, I’ll also provide examples of services that appear to be gems, but are actually not (so much).


Join us!

This promises to be an excellent event!
Register for this event for free. Dutch

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