Inocybe Technologies and Microsoft, are pleased to invite you to our next meetup event!
This meetup we'll be focusing on Microsoft’s approach to SDN, Microsoft Azure Data Center Networking, and an Introduction to OpenContrail.
There will be two presentations, followed by an informal hangout with food and beverages readily available.
6:00 - 6:45: Microsoft Azure Networking and SDN, Pierre Roman, Technical Evangelist for Microsoft Canada
7:00 - 7:30: Introduction to OpenContrail, Carlos Rivera, OpenStack Engineer for CloudOps
7:30 - 9:00: Informal Hangout with Food and Beverages
Microsoft’s Presentation Abstract:
Microsoft Azure is Microsoft's cloud platform: a growing collection of integrated services - compute, storage, data, networking, and app - that help you move faster and do more.
Microsoft's approach to software defined networking includes designing, building, and operating global-scale datacenter networks for services like Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Azure global datacenters perform tens of thousands of network changes every day, which is possible only because of software defined networking.
In this meetup we will cover the following:
• Overview of Azure Networking
• SDN components in Azure
• Scenario: Security, Network Appliances
Pierre Roman’s Bio:
As a Technical Evangelist for Microsoft Canada, Pierre Roman engages with IT professionals in the Canadian Technical Community on behalf of Microsoft. He is part of a team that drives awareness, education and training, online and through in-person events. He also engage directly with Canada's professional communities, including IT managers, infrastructure specialists and architects as well as systems integrators and community leaders.
With over 25 years of experience in the IT industry, he brings a well-rounded view of all facets of the IT lifecycle. His experiences enable him to relate to his audiences and cultivate relationships at all levels (from the nuts and bolts guy/gal to management.)
He’s a husband, a dad, a hockey fan, a gadget freak and a geek.
Pierre is always ready for a conversation (in English or français - naturellement).