United States – Louisville
22/04/2017 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 is a free one-day training event, taking place on April 22, 2017 in several venues worldwide, driven by local Microsoft Azure community enthusiasts and experts. It consists of a day of sessions and labs based on materials from Microsoft or custom content. While supported by several sponsors, including Microsoft, the event is completely independent and community-driven. The goal is to provide the catalyst for Azure communities to grow around the world, not just for this one day, but year-round.
Welcome, Introduction, Azure Overview
Introduction to the Global Azure Bootcamp and what is in store for the day.
Introduction to the Azure Portal
Get started with Azure and learn how to navigate through the Azure portal! During this session, you’ll activate a free Azure subscription, learn about Resource Groups, navigate through the Azure portal, and see how easy it is to provision a web app and SQL server database.
Building and Deploying a Web App to the Cloud using PaaS
What the heck is PaaS? In this session, you’ll learn about Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings while creating a simple web app to manage user profile data stored in Azure Table Storage. You’ll finish by provisioning and deploying to Azure services that to host your web app.
Integrating Azure Blob Storage to Store Images
In this session, you’ll update the profile data web app to support profile pictures. But wait! When you upload pictures to the cloud, where can you store them? You’ll learn about Azure Blob storage: a service that allows you to store binary data in the cloud.
Using Cognitive Services and Azure Functions to Filter Uploaded Images
After updating the profile data web app to support profile images, we’ll explore how to prevent users from uploading inappropriate profile images. You’ll refactor the web app to upload profile images into a “holding zone”. Then you’ll create an Azure Function that uses the Microsoft Cognitive Services API to analyze profile images to ensure they’re work appropriate.
More details to come.