Sesja będzie dotyczyła Azure Virtual Network Manager, w obecnej chwili jeszcze w fazie Preview. Czyli jak użyć wspomnianego managera, do czego możemy go zastosować i jakie problemy rozwiązać. Opowiem również o koegzystencji z obecnymi mechanizmami zarządzania siecią oraz ruchem.
Andrew is a cyber security specialist and architect in the cloud. He has Microsoft Azure, AWS as well as systems experience in on-prem. Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) with 15 years of experience. He sees cloud solutions as a tool that can help secure any business. When he is not working, he speaks at conferences, meetups and writes articles on his blog.
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