Get Answers to Your MS Azure Questions During Monthly Office Hours
Microsoft Azure is a great tool to help you process your information for a data-heavy project. Though getting started can be intimidating, OTDI has partnered with Microsoft to offer a variety of forums you can use to get information about leveraging Azure’s resources for your specific project needs.
In March we are offering office hours on the third Monday of every month from 2-3 p.m.. Ohio State Azure Office Hours are an opportunity to bring your questions to Microsoft Azure Solution Cloud Architects via online meeting.
- Provide Azure customers with updates pertaining to Azure and the Cloud Ecosystem
- As topics allow, host short talks and/or demo on Azure Cloud technologies
- Field questions from OSU about using Azure for the university’s goals and efforts. Bring your problems in search of solutions!
Note that this forum is not intended to replace existing support mechanisms (read on for details) and won’t be the place to do deep dive design, troubleshooting, and break fix but is a great place to start with questions and as a way to stay informed about Azure. Agendas will be shared approximately a week in advance. We welcome any suggestions from OSU on topics you’d like to discuss. Please send any suggested topics to email@example.com
Click here to join the meeting every third Monday, from 2-3 p.m. Use this calendar invite to add the meeting to your Outlook calendar: Microsoft OSU Azure Office Hours.ics
This isn’t the only forum by which to engage Microsoft. If waiting for the monthly meeting doesn’t work for you, here are some other options? Get specifics about University Azure on this page and in Ohio State’s Knowledge Base. Other available resources include:
For simple “what if” questions or guidance discussions, your Microsoft account team is always happy to field your questions
For more detailed Azure discussion, your Azure Specialist Ed Chase has made several timeslots on his calendar available for you to book directly. You can see available slots and DIY scheduling here: https://book.ms/b/OSUAzureHourFollowUpCall@bookings.microsoft.com (note booking slots will start in late March)
If any questions about the Ohio State Azure service, please reach out to OTDI Azure Service Owner Brant Thomas.