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Live Training! Our much-anticipated training session around Microsoft's Cloud OS solution is about to kick off. It starts at 11:00 GMT and you can view it for free below from the comfort of your desk.

The session is going to demonstrate how Microsoft technologies - including the Windows Azure pack - enable on premise, hybrid, hosted and public Azure solutions and how they can become part of your forward IT solution.

We’ll be demonstrating the deployment of an application using the Microsoft Hybrid cloud model – effectively deploying a web front end application within Windows Azure communicating with a SQL back-end stored in a private cloud on premise solution – and much more.

Prepare your questions, sit back and enjoy.

At 12:00GMT, Paul Gregory is continuing the Cloud OS theme in a live Twitter Q&A with Microsoft. Together they're ready to handle anything you don't get answered during the broadcast - plus any other pressing questions you have about the Cloud OS. You can watch it and join in below.

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