Timothy Warner

Timothy Warner

Pluralsight author and Azure solutions architect

Timothy Warner is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Cloud and Datacenter Management who is based in Nashville, TN. His professional specialties include Microsoft Azure, cross-platform PowerShell, and all things Windows Server-related. You can reach Tim via Twitter (@TechTrainerTim), LinkedIn or his website, techtrainertim.com.

Current sessions

Office 365 Single Sign On - What Option to Use When

You want your on-premises Active Directory users to sign into your Office 365 subscription with the same credentials. Is that so difficult? It depends--attend this session so you can understand your options and gain a direction for your organization.


Microsoft Intune, Group Policy, and Windows 10

So, you're thinking of using Microsoft Intune for Windows 10 device management. Can you use Group Policy in Azure? If not, what options are available? Attend this session to get a clear picture on what to do when with Windows 10 endpoint management in Azure.


Your Azure Swiss Army Knife: PowerShell and Azure Automation

You can do almost anything in IT with PowerShell. With Azure Automation, you can apply PowerShell workflows to your Azure resources to save time, money, and compute cycles!


Microsoft Azure Networking Deep-Dive

Software-defined networking (SDN) in Azure can be daunting, even for experienced physical networking professionals. Attend this session to get up to speed with how to connect resources in the Microsoft Azure hybrid cloud.


No More Ums and Ahs - Practical Tips for Effective Public Speaking

Public speaking is one of life's biggest fears, but it no longer needs to be that way for you! Attend this session to pick up public speaking skills you can apply right away.


Get On Board with Windows Admin Center Right Away

You've been putting it off long enough! Attend this session to learn everything you need to know to deploy, use, and maintain Windows Admin Center, Microsoft's next-gen server management tool.


Implement Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in a Microsoft Hybrid Cloud Environment

You may need two-step authentication not only for your Azure admins, but for all users of your Azure Active Directory-backed applications. In this session you'll learn how to apply Microsoft best-practice guidance for deploying MFA both on-premises and in the Microsoft Azure cloud.


Implement Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in a Hybrid Cloud Environment

Many businesses require the additional security provided by multi-factor authentication. How can you integrate MFA into your hybrid cloud workflow? In this session you learn both how to handle MFA entirely in Azure, or in a hybrid cloud on-premises with Microsoft MFA Server. By the end of this session you will have a clear idea as to what your next steps should be.


Let Machine Learning Save You Money: Controlling Costs in Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure includes a number of AI-driven products that can save you real money in your monthly spend. Attend this session to familiarize yourself with all these controls, and pick up practical advice you can put into action today to optimize your resource consumption in Azure.


Azure Automation - Your Administrative Swiss Army Knife

Any administrative action you perform in Azure more than three times is a good candidate for automation. Speaking of which, Azure Automation provides administrators with an excellent platform for configuration management and process automation. Learn how to enable Automation by using least-privilege security, and shorten your development time by taking advantage of community-provided PowerShell scripts.


Limit Surprises! How to Stay Current with Microsoft Azure

The Microsoft Azure product teams publish new features nearly every single workday. How can you keep abreast of these changes while keeping your day job? You will leave this session chock-full of practical tips, tricks, and suggestions to ensure you remain on the leading edge of Azure products and services.


ISE to VSCode - Transition Your PowerShell Scripting Right Now

Microsoft hasn't (yet) formally deprecated the PowerShell ISE, but they strongly suggest we begin using Visual Studio Code. This session gets you productive with VSCode-based PowerShell development quickly and easily. Pick up useful tips and tricks you can implement immediately!