Date: Thursday, September 05, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Organizations that use both Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Azure Stack are able to deploy innovative hybrid cloud solutions that enable new services and streamline IT processing costs. Typical applications include edge and disconnected solutions, cloud based apps to meet varied regulations, and apps that leverage both on premise and cloud resources. These scenarios are found within vertical industries, but the application vary to meet specific industry requirements.
Join Cisco and Microsoft as they explore how Azure Stack with Cisco can assist public sector enterprises and health care organizations:
- Deliver cloud deployed value-added applications to their constituents.
- Meet specific KPIs for these applications.
- Develop best practices for providing cloud based digital services within their respective industries.
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Claude Lorenson is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft
He is part of the Integrated System team part of the Cloud + Enterprise Marketing group at Microsoft. Lorenson’ s current function is around the development of the IHVs and OEMs partner eco-system to drive integration of the Microsoft Cloud Platform with new, innovative hardware solutions. Lorenson holds a Ph.D. in Solid State Physics from The Ohio State University and a Technology Management MBA from the University of Washington.
John McAbel, Senior Product Manager, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Mr. McAbel is currently managing the Microsoft solution offerings on the Cisco Unified Computing System. His responsibilities cover a wide range of areas including charting solution roadmaps with Microsoft, determining benchmark and proof point focus, providing sales and customer education, and currently focusing on driving the Cisco Integrated Solution for Microsoft Azure Stack Offering. Prior to joining Cisco, Mr. McAbel held a similar position with IBM for their System x server product line (now Lenovo), and prior to that managed the operating system product requirements for Sequent Computer Systems, Inc. He holds a MBA from the University of Oregon and a BS in Business from Oregon State University.