If you ask someone how to run a container in Azure, they will most probably answer AKS or Azure Kubernetes Services. But is that the only way? In this talk we're going to bust that myth and go through all the ways you can run a container in Azure and leverage the limitless potential which is in front of you. You don't need to be an expert in working with containers, all you need to bring is an eagerness to learn and a sip of water, this talk is so hot you need to stay hydrated :)
Although it doesn’t look like it, Yaser is an almond croissant addict cleverly disguised as a successful web developer. Since it was relatively clear early on that it would be slightly more than difficult to make a living out of thin air and sitting in a café eating a croissant and drinking a cappuccino, he’s focused his energy on the web, which happily has proven itself to be a wonderful decision. Apart from that, he has a hunger for public speaking, hence a number of talks in big conferences like NDC and Voxxed Days around the world under his belt.
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