In pictures: Microsoft Cloud OS summit in Auckland

Microsoft recently brought together IT end-users and decision makers at the Cloud OS summit in Auckland to highlight the company's efforts in the cloud and its Azure platform, among others. Besides Microsoft representatives, the summit also had speakers from Cisco and NetApp among others. The Auckland event was part of a roadshow.

  • Microsoft conducted Cloud OS summit in Auckland bringing together IT end-users and decision makers to discuss the state of cloud adoption in NZ and how the company's solutions can help.

  • Bradley Borrow, business group lead server and tool at Microsoft outlined Microsoft's cloud OS vision at the event.

  • (LtoR) Charles Odlin, BDM for Cisco and Corey Adolphus, Microsoft Solution Consultant for NetApp spoke on data centre transformation with FlexPod integrated infrastructure.

  • Stu Fox, Datacom (Microsoft VTSP).

  • Jaron Burbidge from Microsoft spoke about the advantages that the Azure platform could bring to end-users.

  • The main event was supported by partners such as Cisco and NetApp and users were able to browse stands for these firms.

  • The audience of IT users and decision makers listened to how the cloud story is changing in New Zealand and how Microsoft solutions can help with the journey.

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