Mike Nelson

Information & Communications Technology

Cloud Computing on the Azure Platform Cloud & Infrastructure Citrix VMware Disaster Recovery Windows Server Hyper-V PowerShell apis Azure aws Datacenter DevOps & Automation WSL Linux Cloud Security Microsoft MVP Microsoft Technology Cloud Technology Women in Tech Microsoft Technologies Educational Technology Technological Innovation Information Technology Developer Technologies M365 Microsoft 365 Office 365 Infrastructure Infrastructure as Code Cloud Native Infrastructure Azure Apps and Infra Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Azure Infrastructure

Appleton, Wisconsin, United States

Making the Most Out of the Azure Dev/Test Labs

One of the best lesser known features of Azure are the Dev/Test Labs. The Dev/Test Labs are just what it's name implies - a place in the cloud where you can develop and test your code and applications, and have a bit of fun playing with new technology as well. The advantage of using this service is all of the options that are given to you and all of the possibilities of it's use, some of which are still to be discovered. Mixed team development, QA testing across the globe, or just a sandbox for you to play around in - it's all here. in this session we will take a walk-through of the Labs and do some demo's around setting it up, setting up multiple labs, configuring them, and assigning users, as well as other options.

Mike Nelson

Principal Technologist, Solutions Architect, Microsoft MVP, Citrix CTA, VMware vExpert

Mike's career in information technology spans over three decades, involving a vast array of technologies and solutions. I am very passionate about cutting edge technology, solutions, and knowledge sharing. Mike has been awarded prestigious community contribution awards such as a Microsoft MVP for Cloud and Datacenter Management, a Microsoft Azure Advisor, a Citrix Technology Advocate, and a VMware vExpert and VMware User Group Leader. He is an international speaker at technical conferences, corporations, and user groups.

VMware User Group Co-Leader, Microsoft and Women in Technology Mentor

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