Cloud Camp Kitchener slides


On Sunday April 12, 2015 approximately 15 enthusiastic attendees came out to Cloud Camp Kitchener. The event was held at The Tannery in downtown Kitchener and it was a chance for developers to learn more advanced topics related to Microsoft Azure. The event was co-hosted by Microsoft Canada and Canada’s Technology Triangle .NET User Group (CTTDNUG).

Along with myself, there were presentations by Microsoft MVPs Lori Lalonde (@loriblalonde) and Tom Walker (@Tinytoot). As well, Microsoft Technical Evangelist Adarsha Datta (@AdarshaDatta) also spoke.

I was tasked with wrapping up the day and for my session I chose to speak on Azure Data Storage. I wanted to give attendees a more “breadth than depth” approach to storage. I created my slides from a combination of the Data-Platform and Data-Storage slide decks in the Microsoft Azure-Readiness/DevCamp repo on GitHub, while adding additional material from a slide deck of David Chappell’s (@DChappellAssoc).

If you would like a copy of these PowerPoint slides I have published them as a downloadable file through Dropbox: Azure Data Storage.

They are also available for viewing and download through SlideShare: Azure Data Storage.

You can also find these links, as well as more information about my previous public speaking engagements, on my Speaking page.

Please contact me if you have any follow up questions from the event. My Twitter information is also available on the slides.


About Ken Cenerelli
I am a technical writer/programmer writer/content developer, .NET developer, Microsoft MVP, public speaker, blogger, and Microsoft Azure nerd. I blog about technology at and am on Twitter via @KenCenerelli.

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