United States – Irving
27/04/2019 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
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Our event will be held in MPR rooms at Microsoft ‘s Irving office.
8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Registration check-in & light breakfast
9:00 AM – 9:15 AM Hosts kick off event
9:15AM – 12:30 PM Sessions
(Azure IoT, Azure Automation, Azure Networking, Azure Migrate, Serverless, Azure’s AKS Service & Azure Stacks Kubernetes)
12:30 PM – 1:00 PM Lunch & Networking
1:00 PM- 3:00 PM Labs
Session & Speaker info:
Azure IoT – Ali Pourmoghaddam
In this session we’ll take a closer look at Microsoft’s IoT solution which enables hundreds of smart devices to effectively collaborate and communicate. In this session we will review the concepts and provision a two way commutation channel between an edge device and Azure hub.
Azure Automation: A new mindset for the cloud – David Smith
In this session, we’ll demonstrate various options that are built into Azure for automating tasks and responding to alerts. We’ll explain why it’s important to have an automation mindset in your approach to the cloud.
Azure Networking – Syed Ali
In this session we’ll delve into detailed review on Azure Networking concepts such as: Virtual Networks, Load balancers, VPN Gateways and application gateway.
Azure Migrate – Deepak Kumbhar
In this session we’ll take the wonder out of where to start your Azure Migration journey and cover Azure migrate and the best practices on how to strategize an effective migration plan in your organization.
From Monolith to Serverless: Adoption Patterns for Modern Enterprise Solutions – Doug Vanderweide
In this session, we’ll look at the architecture of a modern, microservices-based application; explain the benefits of this approach; and discuss how you can begin adopting these patterns now using Azure. This session is targeted to application architects, developers, database administrators and technical leadership that is curious about how modern application architecture is delivered via Azure.
Azure’s AKS service and Azure Stacks Kubernetes- Kristopher Turner
In this session we’ll review a high-level overview of Azure’s AKS service and Azure Stacks Kubernetes Marketplace Kubernetes template. We’ll have demos on how to install a Kubernetes Cluster using AKS via Azure CLI and Azure Portal, a quick demo to show the difference in installation in Azure Stack and how to manage Kubernetes in Azure and Azure Stack with quick deployment of SQL 2019 Always On Availability Group to those clusters.