In this session, we will highlight ten Azure Infrastructure stories that impact developers and the way they work.
Bringing data to life in a timely manner is every developer's dream. With Azure Databricks Delta, this dream is closer to reality than ever before. Join this session to see how you can create simple pipelines that allow bringing together real-time data and merge with massive batch datasets, with the objective of leveraging the best of both worlds, but with minimal friction. With data driving automated decision-making processes infused into intelligent applications, this session will enable you to develop intelligence integration directly against your in-flight data.
Identity is an important component of modern security architectures. Apps need to handle user identities, while also using their own to interact with other downstream services. This session will explore features in App Service or Azure Functions which make working with identities simple. You will learn how to quickly get started authenticating users and performing actions in their context. You will also see how a managed identity for your app enables you to securely connect to other Azure services without needing to manage and rotate secrets.
Containers are a way to wrap up an application into its own isolated box. This isolation empowers Developers and IT Operations to collaborate effectively as they have clear boundaries of configuration and execution. Come learn how adopting a container workflow and lifecycle management empowers change and stability from the first release. As a developer, you’ll see testing your build pipeline, before you commit your code and how the build pipeline is used for OS & Framework patching during and after active development. Come see how containers are a paradigm shift to a modern DevOps workflow, that will take some change, but empowers your company to new levels of collaboration. Also learn how to use Azure Container Registry (ACR) build to simplify container development and building by easily storing and managing container images for Azure deployments in a central registry.
Join expert Brian Clark as he discusses your options for deploying and running your Node.js applications in the cloud, explaining the advantages and disadvantages of each. You'll get an overview of the powerful tools in VS Code, then see your options for deploying those applications to the cloud. You'll walk away with the full picture of how you can run Node on Azure via CI/CD deployment pipelines for your Node applications.
The Microsoft Graph connects data and insights across Microsoft technologies. In this session, we will develop against the Graph and build serverless applications with Azure Functions.
Azure is a powerful platform with many amazing services, but it can also be hard to know which ones you need to know about when you’re first getting started with cloud development. In this talk we’ll cover five common services that most .NET applications designed to run in the cloud will benefit from using.
See how Azure serverless offerings can simplify your DevOps environment by providing easy extensibility and customization.
Before you can have Big Data, you must collect the data. There are two popular ways to do this: with batches and with live streams. Apache Kafka has changed the way we look at streaming and logging data and now Azure provides tools and services for streaming data into your Big Data pipeline in Azure. This session will outline the different services in the Big Data Streaming ecosystem in Azure, how they work together, and when to use which including HDInsight Kafka and Event Hubs. We will also talk briefly about when using traditional ETL tools is a better idea.
Real-world data is naturally connected. Learn how to create graph database applications on Azure Cosmos DB and explore the different solutions that it provides to common data scenarios in the enterprise. We will also cover customer cases that currently leverage graph databases in their day-to-day workloads.