At Boston Code Camp 25 (yes, this was the 25th Boston Code Camp!) I presented 17 Specific Azure Security Tips and Tricks. The talk was pretty rapid-fire, with a lot of information. For folks interested in following-up, the deck (included below) includes lots of links to more information.
Also, for those interesting in more information, please check out Boston Azure (bostonazure.org/meetup and @bostonazure), the world’s oldest Azure-focused user group – right here in Boston. We have an all-day bootcamp coming up April 16, among other coming Azure-related action.
My Cloud Architecture Patterns book is available: https://bit.ly/billbook
The powerpoint deck: 17 Specific Azure Security Tips and Tricks – Boston Code Camp 25 – 02-Apr-2016 – Bill Wilder
(photo via Frank Wu (@FrankWWu))
On 30-Mar-2016, I gave two talks: one at SecureWorld Boston (How Adopting the Public Cloud Can Improve Your Enterprise Security), and another at the ISSA NE breakfast meeting (The Cloud: Headache or Aspirin? An information security perspective.).
Since the decks used in talks are so similar, I have posted just the deck for the SecureWorld talk.
Deck is in PDF format since the PPTX file was pretty big.
Thanks for everyone who attended!
SecureWorld 2016 – Strengthen Enterprise Security by Using the Public Cloud – Wed 30-Mar-2016 – publish
On Friday 04-Dec-2015 I was a guest lecturer at Zoran Djordjevic’s cloud computing class at Harvard. As usual, I battled furiously with the Blackboard recording software as it repeatedly turned itself off as I switched between slides and a demo, and battled its confusing UI. But in the end, overcame the tech issues and was able to crank through lots of Azure topics with the class – from security/compliance to the many compute models to reliability patterns (and platform support) to data management to some service management and more.
The deck I used to frame to talk: 2015-12-04-microsoft-azure-cloud-platform-overview-zoran
On Thursday December 3, 2015 I spoke to an engaged crowed at Andy Novick’s New England Microsoft Developers’ Group. The topic was a high-level look at the Microsoft Azure cloud platform with the perspective of a toolbox for developers.
Here is the deck used: 2015-12-03-microsoft-azure-cloud-platform-toolbox-overview-nemicrosoftdevelopers
This past Friday afternoon, I spoke to a highly engaged group in an event hosted at the Finomial office in Kolkata, W. Bengal, India. There were two topics:
- An overview of Azure as a toolbox for dev and ops teams
- Cloud Architecture Anti-Patterns & Patterns
This started out being advertised as a “remote” Boston Azure event since it took place 7,000 miles/12,000 kilometers from our usual location in the Boston area. Later, a local Kolkata Azure event page was created for the event.
The event was well attended and the audience was lively and inquisitive. The slide deck used (both talks in one deck) follow:
On May 20 I presented Cloud Architecture Anti-Patterns: A concise overview of some bad ideas to the .NET Architecture Group.
Here is the deck:
Any feedback is welcome. Feel free to comment here or on the twitters:@codingoutloud.
Today I was pleased to present the talk “Hidden Azure” as part of the 2015 Global Azure Bootcamp, the 3rd such annual and globally-coordinated event involving many sites (175?) spread all over the world!
There were tens-of-thousands of VM core hours in use (even 22,000 at one point) throughout the day…
I presented live in Boston to an engaged audience, but was not able to see who was listening in the outside world! But I do know there was at least one person – which made it worthwhile. 🙂
Here’s the deck I used:
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