At Microsoft Build: Learn How NVIDIA AI and Microsoft Azure Power Innovation

by Theresa Campbell

Artificial intelligence is transformational technology, but simplifying and accelerating the development of AI workflows is crucial to its adoption.

At the Microsoft Build developer conference, running May 23-25, developers, engineers and IT professionals can get a firsthand look at the latest NVIDIA technologies, tools and techniques that can help them take AI into production. NVIDIA AI experts will show how to use the full-stack NVIDIA AI platform on Microsoft Azure to build, deploy and scale AI-enabled applications for a variety of use cases.

To further enterprise efforts, NVIDIA provides the performance, versatility and scale to supercharge AI training and inference workloads with the new NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPUs on Azure. It streamlines the development and deployment of production AI with the NVIDIA AI Enterprise software suite along with Azure Machine Learning. And it delivers record-setting AI performance in industry-standard MLPerf benchmarks.

In addition, by connecting the NVIDIA Omniverse platform to Azure cloud, NVIDIA and Microsoft are providing hundreds of millions of Microsoft enterprise users with access to powerful industrial metaverse and AI supercomputing resources.

Register free for Microsoft Build to connect virtually and discover how the NVIDIA AI platform can deliver optimal speed and scale in the Azure cloud.

NVIDIA Sessions at Microsoft Build

Generative AI can help solve the world’s most important challenges. And NVIDIA offers a full range of cloud services, pretrained models and more to help organizations build solutions with AI.

Check out the following sessions to hear how the NVIDIA AI Enterprise platform, NVIDIA Omniverse Cloud and other technologies can help deliver AI without extra complexity.


  • Seth Juarez, principal program manager at Microsoft, sits down with Dylan Dias, chief alliances officer and head of cloud partnerships, worldwide, at Fractal Analytics, to discuss next-generation AI services built with NVIDIA AI on Azure cloud. Watch a broadcast of the interview, which will follow the Microsoft Build opening keynote on Tuesday, May 23.

Featured Breakout

Expert-Led Sessions

  • Build, Customize and Deploy Large Language Models at Scale on Azure With NVIDIA NeMo: This technical session will cover how the NVIDIA NeMo framework allows enterprises to build their own custom language or image models, or customize existing foundation models and deploy them at scale on Azure. Experts will highlight the features that accelerate the entire workflow. Tuesday, May 23, at 12:30 p.m. PT.
  • Harnessing Generative AI With NVIDIA AI and Microsoft Azure: The rapid adoption of OpenAI’s ChatGPT has led developers across industries to look for ways to create new business models that automate personalized content creation, enhance customer engagement and improve overall efficiency. Learn how the combined power of NVIDIA AI and the Microsoft Azure ND H100 v5 AI supercomputer, powered by NVIDIA H100 GPUs, can help develop and launch generative AI apps. Wednesday, May 24, at 11 a.m. PT.
  • NVIDIA AI Enterprise Registry for Azure Machine Learning Deployments of AI Workflows: Registries in Azure Machine Learning are repositories of AI assets that define complete MLOps workflows in production. This technical session will present ready-to-use examples of NVIDIA AI Enterprise end-to-end applications — such as for computer vision and model inference optimization — in the form of Azure Machine Learning resources hosted in the NVIDIA AI Enterprise Azure Machine Learning Registry. Wednesday, May 24, at 12:15 p.m. PT.

On-Demand Sessions

Register today for these digital sessions and learn more about how NVIDIA and Microsoft can help make AI work across businesses to improve efficiency, improve customer service and empower new capabilities.

Visit NVIDIA’s Microsoft Build virtual showcase to explore the latest innovations, special offers for developers and demos related to NVIDIA on Azure.

Developers can access technical training and resources through the NVIDIA Developer Program. Sign up for the NVIDIA Omniverse newsletter to learn more about developing on Omniverse Cloud.