United States – Morrisville
21/04/2018 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
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CODE Magazine is sponsoring this full day conference in Raleigh to help you get up to speed on developing cloud applications with Microsoft Azure. The event will be held at Cardinal Solutions in Raleigh. Come on out and have some fun learning about Azure and enjoying some free food and drinks.
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Sessions presented will include:
Machine Learning for Mere Mortals
Presenter: Jim Duffy / Director of Business Development, CODE Consulting
Machine learning is making headlines but do you really know what it is and how to use them effectively within your organization’s software applications? Have you been meaning to learn more about machine learning but haven’t had the time? This session will open your eyes (and maybe your boss’s as well!) to how machine learning is being used in today’s business applications and how you can begin to further your career by using it in your applications. We will explore the Azure Machine Learning Studio and demonstrate how to get started creating your own machine learning experiements.
AI and the Intelligent Application
Presenter: Rob Zelt / Principal Software Engineer, UNC Chapel Hill
Every day the expectations increase for applications to provide more insight and assistance to help the user complete tasks. In this session we will look at a number of building blocks Azure provides to help developers build more intelligent applications through the use of AI.
Infrastructure-As-Code : The ARM template
Presenter: David Green
In a world where infrastructure complexity abounds. One cloud. One template. One deployment…
In this talk we’ll examine what Infrastructure-As-Code (IAC) actually means and the implications of why & where to utilize such an approach. We can then look at Microsoft’s latest answer to delivering IAC solutions – the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) template.
Finally, we will walk through some examples in increasing complexity behind how ARM templates work. Hopefully by the end of this talk I can convince you that ARM templates are not just another way to do IAC in Azure, but the very best way.
Developing .NET Core Microservices and hosting in Azure Container Services (AKS)
Presenter: Luis Apellaniz
Microservice architecture has become a very popular for building highly-available cloud-based applications. Each service can be deployed and maintained independently. Targeting .NET Core allows us to run these microservices as Docker containers in Kubernetes which provides a highly scalable and resilient environment. During this session, we will discuss and demonstrate the creation of a CI/CD pipeline for creating AKS infrastructure and the process of creating Docker images and deploying to the environment.