Call for Speakers

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event date

13 Apr 2021




AzureLive is a new, single day event that will feature 2 tracks and some of the best speakers and content the Azure community has to offer. Topics will range from Azure PaaS services to Architecting best practices and from well-governed environments to experimental solutions and preview features (and everything in between).

This event will be hosted and presented from our physical AzureLive Studio, but due to the Covid-19 situation some speakers and all attendees will be in the comfort of their homes viewing and attending online.

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Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

05 Feb 2021

Call closes at 11:59 PM

10 Mar 2021

Call closes in W. Europe Standard Time (UTC+01:00) timezone.
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We are always keen to learn more, and so is our community. There is no real boundary to what a good talk could be, as long as it's related to Microsoft Azure and one of our two tracks. We do also welcome a bit more 'out-of-the-box' sessions like diversity in IT, how to become a better presenter, or other more practical tips on how to become better in your day-to-day work life as an Azure enthusiast or professional.

We are open from first-time speakers to experienced MVP's taking the stage every week. We would like to give an opportunity to all, to share their (Azure) story.

The AzureLive event will feature 2 tracks:
1. Apps & Infra
2. Security & Governance

Please select which track you would like to have your session added to.

Some topic suggestions:

Azure Architecture

Azure automation & templating

Azure DevOps

Governance & Security 


Containers / AKS

Data / AI

IT Professional talks

Real-life Azure stories and examples

....anything else you'd like to share as long as it's related to Azure.

Feel free to post anywhere between 1-3 sessions, we will review every one of them before making our decision on who will be invited to speak on this great event. Also, if you have any previous sessions recorded, you can add them as a link for review purposes. Oh, and if you have a personal blog, LinkedIn posts, or anywhere else you are sharing Azure knowledge with the community, make sure to include them as well!

Sessions must be delivered in English and are scheduled to be 40 minutes. We will also have a 10 minute Q&A period after your session, so the total delivery time will be 50 minutes at maximum.

Please note that all selected speakers must follow our Code of Conduct, which can be found on our event web page: