Serverless lets you focus on coding and testing instead of provisioning infrastructure, configuring web servers, debugging your configuration, managing security settings, and all the drudgery normally associated with getting an app up and running. In this session, you’ll discover how to migrate an API of an existing app to Azure Functions. You’ll learn how to use Visual Studio Code and the Azure Functions extension to speed up your work. After this session, you’ll join the ranks of serverless developers.
The App Center team has been hard at work bringing even more value to your beta app distribution workflow. We will be sharing all our exciting new Distribution capabilities ranging from new native tester apps, distribution statistics to better understand how your testers are engaged to how we will migrate HockeyApp customers. See how our core value of being customer obsessed shapes everything from designing new features to how we prioritize our backlog.
Come join us to experience how migrating to Azure Database for MySQL/PostgreSQL service using Azure Database Migration Service is simple and easy.
Join Rohan Kumar, Corporate Vice President of Data Platform, to learn how Microsoft provides the most comprehensive data platform for your modern, intelligent applications. Come see our latest innovations that enable you to easily modernize and provide new, differentiated experiences in your applications. Hear from customers like dv01, Finastra, Jet.com and Rubikloud as they share their stories of how they’re each transforming their industries by leveraging Microsoft’s data platform.
Learn how to simplify your Machine Learning workflow by using the experimentation, model management, and deployment services from AzureML. We'll demonstrate a real-world machine learning scenario using TensorFlow and Keras. You'll walk away with a clear picture of each of the AzureML services and the supporting Cloud AI infrastructure.
Data Scientists and Data Wranglers often have existing code that they would like to use at scale over large data sets. In this presentation, we show how to meet your customers where they are, allowing them to take their existing Python, R, Java, code and libraries and existing formats—for example Parquet—and apply them at scale to schematize unstructured data and process large amounts of data in Azure Data Lake with U-SQL. We will show how large customers meet the challenges of processing multiple cubes with data subsets to secure data for specific audiences using U-SQL partitioned output, making it easy to dynamically partition data for processing from Azure Data Lake.
Microservices are highly scalable, resilient, and composable units of deployment for modern applications. But building them is hard. There are a lot of development and deployment considerations to take into account. In this session we'll show you how we're making .NET Core microservices easier to build with new application patterns in .NET Core 2.1 as well as how to deploy and manage them with Kubernetes and Helm.
Learn from Core Services Engineering & Operations (formerly Microsoft IT) software engineering leads and our Digital Security & Risk Engineering (DSRE) engineers how our Line of Business application development teams work hand in hand with our security experts to implement tools and patterns to secure our cloud footprint while accelerating the speed at which our software engineers build applications in the cloud. Based on one of our own internal security + development training sessions, you’ll hear from the experts how they maximize developer time while still maintaining compliance and proven security practices. You’ll also get a view into how this works in reality with one of our software engineering team’s subscriptions – how they set up resource groups, least privilege access, CI/CD permissions and more.
In this hands-on presentation, learn about the true value of Event Grid by seeing an example in action. You'll be able to understand what sets Event Grid apart from other services like Service Bus and messaging queues. Event Grid is an Azure service that routes events between endpoints. It provides support for virtually any existing Azure service from storage activity to serverless Azure Function calls. It also has support for custom end points. Instead of taking on the costly overhead of continuous polling in your applications, Event Grid will manage the events for you and publish them to your app when ready.
Let's build a media streaming app using Visual Studio, Xamarin, and Azure! You'll learn how to create native Android and iOS apps using power of Visual Studio and Xamarin, and then you'll learn how to use Azure services like Azure Storage, Azure Media Services, and Azure Functions to turn your mobile app into a cloud-connected media streaming app.
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