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Join us for Windows Server Summit 2022

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We’re excited to invite you to the fourth annual Windows Server Summit digital event, happening on December 6, 2022, at 9:00 AM Pacific Time. This has been a popular digital event among our Windows Server community, attracting thousands of IT managers, chief technical officers, systems administrators, cloud architects, and other IT professionals from organizations of all sizes. We know your time is precious, so here’s a quick preview of what’s in the event for you, and why you should join us:

More demos, fewer slides

Your feedback has been heard. In past events, you’ve expressed interest in seeing features in action, rather than just hearing us talk about them. In this event, you’ll experience clear, step-by-step walk-throughs of Windows Server 2022, Windows Admin Center, and Azure Arc as well as new products like Azure Automanage.

Focus on the practical, while looking ahead to what’s possible

In each of our sessions, we have tried to stay grounded in the practical challenges you need to manage today, like keeping your IT environment secure, giving your team better capabilities for working remotely, managing your IT estate, and determining what to do next with older technology, like Windows Server 2012 (reaching end of support October 10, 2023). In addition to these essential topics, we’re excited to offer a few sneak peeks at what is coming next and share with you ways to migrate and modernize to take advantage of Azure capabilities.

Hear from Microsoft experts and get your questions answered

Attendees of the December 6 event will have a chance to get their questions answered by Windows Server and Azure experts through live chat. You’ll hear from Roanne Sones, Corporate Vice President of Azure Edge and Platform on her vision for Windows Server and hybrid cloud. Of course, we have sessions led by familiar Microsoft personalities including Jeff Woolsey, Sonia Cuff, Rick Claus, Ned Pyle, Thomas Maurer, and the list goes on.

Learn more

If you want to learn with the Windows Server community, or just want more information about Windows Server 2022, Azure Kubernetes Service, Azure Arc, or cloud migration, please sign up for the Windows Server Summit to join us.

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