Azure team is holding a reddit AMA session for Azure Backup on October 20

Have you ever had a question about Azure that you’ve wanted to know the answer to? It seems that the Azure Backup team will be available to answer your questions live. The special Ask Me Anything (AMA) will be held on the Azure subreddit Thursday, October 20 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. PDT.

The team will be able to answer anything from questions about their product, services, and even about the team in general. Most specifically, developers and PMs will be present that work with System Center Data Protection Manager, Microsoft Azure Recovery Services Agent, and backups of Azure IaaS VMs.

This is the best way for teams to directly communicate with a broader public. Similar to the Skype Preview Q&A held on their forums, you’ll be able to ask anything Azure focused and directly give feedback. Maybe you have the next idea that couldĀ change the way Azure backup features are approached.

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