Microsoft Ignite 2017 in Orlando is over, and it is time to head home.
I have been attending at many inspiring and valuable sessions during the past five days. The quality of the content has been way over my expectation. I have made tons of notes and slides to review next week.
Also, I do not (yet) have the power to be at multiple places at the same time. For that reason, I have a huge “backlog” of sessions I couldn’t attend to. Thank god everything is recorded 🙂
I would recommend you see following recorded sessions:
- Inside Microsoft Azure datacenter hardware and software architecture with Mark Russinovich
- Respond quickly to threats with next-generation security operation, and investigation
- PowerShell Unplugged with Jeffrey Snover and Don Jones
- Shut the door to cybercrime with Azure Active Directory risk-based identity protection
- Manage hybrid cloud and transform your workplace with PowerShell and Azure Automation
- Azure Active Directory best practices from around the world
Some of the sessions in my “backlog”:
- Case of the unexplained: Windows troubleshooting with Mark Russinovich
- Datacenter transformation – a roadmap for platforms, processes, and people
Thanks to Microsoft for the high-quality sessions and great events during Ignite.
The Universal Studios event was amazing too, though I ended up standing line for the King Kong ride for 50 minutes, until they closed it due to major technical issues. Me and my friends were the next to go into the carts.
Also thanks to the many great people I’ve mingled with; customers, colleagues, other partners and Microsoft product team members.
Hope to see you next year 🙂
Over and out.
Soren is an IT Professional & DevOps based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
His primary work areas are system design, deployment, migration and administration of business-critical IT infrastructure.