PRÉSENTÉ PAR : Mark Russinovich
Vous connaissez probablement maintenant Azure, mais sans en appréhender toute la terminologie : réseaux virtuels, applications web, rôles de travail, machines virtuelles, Azure Active Directory, calcul, API REST, objets blob, etc. Un sacré casse-tête. Participez à cette session pour découvrir Azure, ainsi que ce qu’il permet de faire et le rôle que vous pouvez jouer en tant que professionnel de l’informatique. Apprenez à mieux connaître les composants d’Azure. Découvrez comment vous pouvez intégrer des services locaux et cloud, et ainsi créer des solutions pour demain. La session comprend de nombreuses démonstrations.
PRÉSENTÉ PAR : Scott Hanselman
Les développeurs doivent toujours se tenir informés des innovations continuelles concernant le cloud, mais parallèlement, il semble que la diversité des méthodes de création d’applications pour le cloud génère une certaine confusion. Difficile de regrouper toutes les pièces du puzzle et de se faire une idée de l’ensemble. Quand faut-il utiliser PaaS plutôt que IaaS ? Comment gérer toutes les données associées à vos applications ? Faut-il envisager une architecture de microservices ou adopter une méthode plus classique ? Cette session vous aidera à mieux comprendre Azure sans vous présenter en détail ses services spécifiques. Apprenez à mieux connaître les composants d’Azure et à vous en servir en tant que développeur.
PRÉSENTÉ PAR : Shawn Bice
Azure offre différents services de données pour la diffusion en continu et les solutions NoSQL relationnelles sans schéma pour vos applications. Dans cette session, vous allez apprendre à associer Azure SQL Database, DocumentDB, Storm et Recherche pour recevoir, traiter et stocker des documents, des données sociales et des données de transaction structurées afin de créer des applications faisant appel à différents types de données.
See highlights from the Jason Zander keynote at AzureCon, Infrastructure for the intelligent cloud. Microsoft Azure is built on a hyper-scale, hybrid and trustworthy infrastructure platform that helps organizations add scale to their applications, be agile and enjoy cost savings. Learn how businesses are transforming themselves by evolving their IT strategy to take advantage of Azure's infrastructure platform.
Azure Resource Manager lets you work with the resources in your solution as a group. You can deploy, update, or delete all of the resources for your solution in a single, coordinated operation. You use a template for deployment, and that template can work for different environments, such as testing, staging, and production. Resource Manager provides security, auditing, and tagging features to help you manage your resources after deployment. In this session, you’ll learn how to use Resource Manager templates to group resources and build and manage applications.
Azure SQL Database is a robust relational database platform for developing, deploying, and managing the data tier in a wide range of cloud-based applications. In this session, you’ll learn how to increase the performance and scale of SQL Database according to your business needs.
Your employees need mobile apps to work wherever they are, whether they have connectivity or not. Azure App Service offers cross-platform data sync capability that enables apps to work offline and sync with variety of databases and enterprise data sources, in the cloud and on-premises. In this talk we distill several common patterns for offline data sync used by real-life App Service customers dealing with various data models, network configurations, conflict handling, and more.
Discover your hybrid networking connectivity choices to securely extend your on-premises network into the Microsoft cloud. Learn about the tradeoffs and how scenario requirements determine the best hybrid connectivity technology. The demo will show how you can quickly get a hybrid scenario running in Azure.
Join us for AzureCon! 9:00am PDT on Tuesday, September 29, 2015.
Modernization of on-premises infrastructure, hybrid approaches, and new models for application delivery all make it possible for IT to help drive business value and transformation. Learn how, with the recently announced Microsoft Azure Stack, to bring the innovation from Microsoft’s hyper-scale datacenters into yours, enabling agility and productivity for application owners, with flexibility and control for IT.
Two of the most frequently asked questions about moving to Azure IaaS are “How do I size it?” and “What will it cost me?” These questions aren’t easy to answer. Many tools will tell you how to move an on-premises computer to an Azure virtual machine assuming that what you have now is exactly what you need in Azure. In this session, you’ll learn that it is possible to accurately determine what size Azure virtual machines you need and how to calculate the most cost-effective way to move to Azure. You’re moving to better, faster hardware, so why would you need the exact same number of virtual machines with the exact same memory and CPUs? Servers can be consolidated and sized appropriately when the recommendations are based on analysis of the actual performance of the existing servers with a mind for consolidation using very precise calculations of the performance capabilities of the Azure environment. In addition to performance, you can accurately determine your best options based on costs for Azure in terms of storage, storage transactions, networking, and Microsoft SQL Server licensing. Would you be better off moving 5 on-premises servers on a standard A7 virtual machine or would 3 servers on a standard A5 and the other 2 on a basic A3 be more cost effective? This can be calculated.
Learn how Microsoft Operations Management Suite leverages Azure hyper-scale cloud resources, extending System Center capabilities to unleash new, modern IT management scenarios, delivering faster ways to troubleshoot issues with streamlined operations. Operations Management Suite delivers a rich set of ready-made solutions that help you manage and protect your Windows and Linux workloads across your datacenter, Azure, AWS, OpenStack, and VMware environments. Get started in minutes, and quickly gain operational insights from any machine data in your environment through log analytics solutions, while seamlessly protecting any workload with robust backup and recovery solutions.
Mobile push notifications are essential for any mobile app, whether for your customers or employees. Azure Notification Hubs is a cross-platform push notification capability you need to deliver push notifications at scale to iOS, OSX, Android, Chrome, Windows, Windows Phone, or Kindle Fire clients. In this session, we distill best practices of “good push” for employee and consumer apps based on thousands of real customer apps and billions of push notifications served by Azure Notification Hubs every week. Hear real-world examples from customers who are providing large scale, engaging, dynamic, and timely mobile experiences for consumers, as well as secure, reliable, enterprise messaging to employees with Azure Notification Hubs and Azure App Service.
Learn how to use disk encryption management for IaaS virtual machines and Azure Key Vault to help protect and safeguard your data to meet your organizational security and compliance commitments. Key Vault lets you store and control the keys and secrets that you use in your cloud application. Backed by FIPS 140-2 validated HSMs, it helps you reduce risks to your most important assets and achieve your compliance objectives, while balancing those needs with the scalability, availability, and agility benefits of the cloud. The Azure disk encryption solution lets you encrypt your IaaS virtual machine disks, including boot and data disks. The solution is integrated with Key Vault to help you control and manage the disk encryption keys in your Key Vault subscription, while ensuring that all data in the virtual machine disks are encrypted at rest in your Azure storage.
See highlights from T.K. "Ranga" Rengarajan's keynote at AzureCon, Transforming data into intelligent action. Data is everywhere. It is generated by applications, by sensors, and by devices at a rapidly increasing rate. Capturing all of this data and transforming it into intelligent action can differentiate and change an organization. Learn how companies are taking advantage of data through the latest innovations in Microsoft's Data Platform in areas such as Modern Apps, Internet of Things, Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Advanced Analytics, and Hybrid solutions.
Document databases have helped us move towards a code-first world, where schemas are flexible and driven by the application and not by the database. This has freed us from spending valuable time battling with OR mappers and iterating upon rigid schemas, so that we can do spend more time doing things that matter: building solutions to make customers happy. In this talk, we will show you how to take code-first development even further with Azure DocumentDB's automatic indexing. We will show you a world where you can forget about managing secondary-indices - where one can both build today AND ship today.
Corey Sanders talks with Scott Johnson, Senior Vice President of Product Management at Docker, live at #AzureCon.
Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Azure Application Platform, Bill Staples answers your #AzureCon questions.
Employees today use several devices and apps across a variety of locations to access a constantly changing set of resources. Not only do they use several SaaS applications, but they would like to have single sign-on to the cloud and on-premises. This complex activity creates a blind spot in identity and security, opening up your network to malicious attackers. Today, more than 75% of security breaches stem from compromised user credentials. In this session, learn how Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics help you to secure and manage user identity in your business, identify security breaches before they cause damage, and give your users a single identity for accessing all corporate resources. We will discuss the technologies used to discover Shadow IT, manage application access, and monitor suspicious activity through advanced security reporting, user behavioral analytics, auditing, and alerting.
Manage code changes to Web Apps using the DevOps features of Azure App Service and Visual Studio Release Management
Web Apps on Azure App Service provide a rich platform-as-a service environment for hosting your enterprise-grade web applications, but as we know, hosting your application is only half of the battle. In this session you’ll see how to manage code changes with ease by using the DevOps features of Azure App Service while enlisting the help of Visual Studio Release Management.
Live event streaming and employee video portals: how video is changing the way we work and collaborate
Like spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations before, video has taken over how employers and employees educate, inform, and collaborate with each other. Come hear how our global enterprise customers are using the latest business video features in Azure Media Services to improve communication with their internal and external audiences. Explore practical deployment scenarios, such as how to stream live employee town halls, capture and distribute industry events, and provide employee and partner training. Discover powerful tools to better share internally-generated product and customer-focused video content.
Azure Web Apps provides a great way of building and scale Web Apps. Adding a Redis Cache allows you serve data much faster to the user which increases the performance a lot. Redis Cache is an open source engine which has consistent low latency and high throughput. This session will demonstrate how you can integrate Redis Cache into a Web App and scale your workload to server data faster.
Join this session for an overview of Azure security, including the strategy and the approach to meet the needs of highly-scalable, enterprise-class and hybrid workloads. It covers all of the key areas of security including identity security, network security, system security, data and key security, monitoring, response, compliance, and privacy.
Azure provides a wide range of virtual machine sizes for any workload that you might want to run. Trying to decide which size is right for your workload can seem challenging. Join this session to find out about some of the considerations for selecting virtual machine sizes and learn the differences between different virtual machine size families and their regional availability.
Microsoft Azure Infrastructure CVP Jason Zander answers #AzureCon questions.
By now you will have heard of Azure and probably have been lost in a plethora of terminology: virtual networks, web apps, worker roles, virtual machines, Azure Active Directory, compute, REST APIs, blobs—the list goes on and on. Doesn’t it just make your head hurt? Come to this session and understand what Azure is, what can be done with it, and what role you can take as an IT pro. Gain a thorough understanding of the components of Azure. Learn how you can integrate on-premises and cloud services, creating solutions for the future. The session is packed with demos.
Lara Rubbelke, Principle Software Development Engineer Lead at Microsoft answers questions from #AzureCon.
Machine Learning (ML) has proven to be quite effective in a variety of application domains, including speech recognition, object recognition, image retrieval etc. In each of these aforementioned application domains, ML based “programs” must adapt to changing conditions, handle large data sets often with irregularities, and come up with algorithms with little / incomplete knowledge. Sounds similar to software development? Turns out that ML is being applied to the field of software development including reverse engineering legacy code, software fault detection, and requirement analysis. In this session we will look at various examples of Azure ML being applied to software development.
APIs represent a significant business growth opportunity for organizations of all sizes. APIs are being used to monetize existing data and services, open new channels to new customers, and improve business agility. However, opening APIs to partners and developers has many challenges—creating consistent and modern API facades for existing backend services, protecting APIs form misuse and overuse, on-boarding developers, and getting insight into API usage and health, just to name a few. In this hands-on presentation you’ll learn how Azure API Management can help overcome these challenges and accelerate your API programs.
How customers in the media and entertainment industry are using Azure Media Services to attract new digital audiences and drive revenue
From live streaming large scale sporting events such as Formula One car racing, Premier League soccer, and the Super Bowl, to the wide distribution of Hollywood and Bollywood premium movie and television content, customers are using Azure to power their most exciting and lucrative entertainment services. Come hear how companies—from broadcasters and network operators to today’s next generation of Internet companies—are increasingly using Azure Media Services for their web and mobile video applications.
This session provides an in-depth overview of ExpressRoute. We will cover the new features we launched and focus on advance configuration options and routing.
One of the challenges to developing an IoT solution is getting devices connected to the cloud. Join this session, to learn how Microsoft is helping our partners and customers to accelerate time-to-deployment through client offerings that connect to both Azure IoT Suite and Azure IoT Hub.
Azure Content Delivery Network Premium provides a rich set of advanced features for controlling and monitoring your content. In this session, learn how to use custom controls, monitoring, and analytics features in Azure Content Delivery Network Premium.
A great search experience is a key to success for many mobile and web applications. From real estate and used car marketplaces to ecommerce catalogs, fast search and relevant results will affect the customer experience. Join this session and discover best practices for how to get the most out of Azure Search, especially for advanced scenarios with sophisticated requirements for scalability, multi-language support, or custom ranking. In addition, we will touch on internals and cover approaches that work effectively in real-world customer apps.
Discover an approach for using the Web Apps feature in Azure App Service to provide secured Salesforce and payment processors in on-premises services. In this session, you’ll learn how to move your security boundary to the external edge of your environment minimizing any surface area of attack. Use Salesforce in a HIPAA-compliant manner to reach your existing on-premises applications. This approach is also a solution that extends to help ensure PCI compliance with payment processing systems like Bluefin.
Highlights from Bill Staples keynote, Building apps with the intelligent cloud. Apps are key to transforming and growing your business. Apps define your customers' experience, empower employees' success and underpin critical business processes but can take time to show results. Hear from organizations how building on the Azure application platform is accelerating their business transformation and driving rapid results.
Learn how to invoke complex orchestrated processes in the cloud by scanning an NFC tag on a mobile device. Join this session and explore a mobile app that can read NFC tags embedded in conference badges, and then translate those to sales leads in popular SaaS CRM solutions. See how to build a custom Azure App Service API app-push trigger for an App Service Logic App, and then how to invoke a callback from a mobile device. We will configure a Logic App to receive device events and then integrate with applications, such as SugarCRM and Salesforce. We will begin the session with a demo of the functionality, and immediately transition to a deep dive into the concepts and code behind it.
Azure Premium Storage now supports the most powerful Azure virtual machine size, the GS-series. In this session, you will learn about the capabilities of the GS-Series virtual machine with Azure Premium Storage. We will demonstrate the GS-Series virtual machine performance by running a benchmarking tool, and will also demonstrate the performance of SQL Server running on a GS-Series virtual machine.
Learn about Azure Files Storage, including the new SMB 3.0-based capabilities that are now available at GA. The session includes a review of Files Storage scenarios and an introduction to exciting new capabilities that enable Files Storage to securely bridge on-premises and cloud based workloads. We’ll also provide hands-on demonstrations for Windows and Linux users on how to get started, connectivity using SMB 3.0 encryption, and new Azure portal files management capabilities. And, we’ll share customer scenarios and innovative partner offerings.
This session introduces the concept of user defined routes and IP Forwarding and illustrates how this can used to build sophisticated scenarios involving network virtual appliances. There will also be a code walkthrough of the template used to set up the scenario end to end in Azure Resource Manager.
GPUs are coming to Azure. This session will be the public announcement that Azure is working hard to bring these to market in the form of a Private Preview with a target of December 2015. Through our partnership with NVidia, we will be offering state-of-the-art GPU Visualization Infrastructure and GPU Compute Infrastructure. Join this session to learn about the technology, see demos, and hear customer stories.
This session is about migrating an existing Azure Cloud Services based application to Azure Service Fabric. We will begin with a quick discussion on different motivations for such a migration. The rest of the talk will be focused on walking through the migrated application code and discussing the available design choices.
Optimized content delivery is key to a stable and reliable user experience for modern solutions that are delivered over the Internet. Join this session and learn about our expanded partnership announcements, discover the latest offer tiers, and discuss the value of multi Content Delivery Network scenarios for large deployments.
Join this session to find out about the networking features that let you build large multi-tier applications in Azure. We’ll walk you through setting up virtual networks, securing them with network security groups, setting up application gateways for front-end connectivity, and setting up VPN gateways for cross-premises connectivity.
Join Corey Sanders as he speakers to Mesosphere's Ben Hindman and Microsoft Azure CTO Mark Russinovich.
See how one customer discovered what DevOps really means with Azure Resource Manager. See how a little time invested to migrate from classic IaaS management to Resource Manager transformed the way they worked with Azure and achieved an impressive return on investment. See how we planned, designed, and deployed three SharePoint environments for development, QA, and production, through an Azure Enterprise Agreement.
Keeping mobile app users interested and active requires not only a great app, but also an engagement strategy. Join this session and see how customers are using Azure Mobile Engagement to use the customer knowledge they acquire with analytics to trigger conversations and usage.
Azure Service Fabric, announced at Build this year, is a state-of-the-art distributed system that allows developers to easily build and manage Internet scale services. It is used to build services such as Azure DB, Azure Document DB, Bing Cortana, Windows Intune, and core Azure services. Join this session and get an introduction to the types of problems you can solve with Service Fabric and why you should consider Service Fabric when designing a service in Azure, and see demos on building services using Visual Studio. You will also understand the microservices approach to application development where every part of the application is deployed as a self-contained component that can be individually scaled and updated, providing development agility.
Data is everywhere. It is generated by applications, by sensors, and by devices at a rapidly increasing rate. Capturing all of this data and transforming it into intelligent action can differentiate and change an organization. Learn how companies are taking advantage of data through the latest innovations in Microsoft’s Data Platform in areas such as Modern Apps, Internet of Things, Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence, Advanced Analytics, and Hybrid solutions.
So, you’ve heard the news, containers are a big thing. But what’s all the fuss about really? In this session you’ll get a quick overview of containers and learn why you should care about them. Learn when to use containers and when to use full virtualization, and then see them in action on Azure.
Azure ExpressRoute for Office 365 is a premium alternative to the public Internet for connecting your users to Office 365 servers. If you want premium networking or see network connectivity as a competitive advantage, join this session and learn how ExpressRoute provides data privacy, predictable performance, and guaranteed availability for network connectivity to Office 365. You will also discover common usage scenarios for ExpressRoute with Office 365 and learn how to get started.
Cloud is helping business and technical leaders worldwide turn the digital disruption into their advantage. How can you do the same? Gain insights from organizations successfully transforming using cloud, hear best practices first hand from customers and learn about some of the latest Microsoft innovations to enable your journey to the cloud.
Identity management as a service (IDaaS) is an emerging capability to help developers and organizations manage access to modern applications. Integrating with Azure Active Directory can save you time from coding your own sign-in logic and trying to protect your user's passwords, and it has many security and user experience benefits. Used by more than 4 million organizations and containing more than 430 million identities, Azure Active Directory is the gateway to accessing the Office 365 API and other Microsoft cloud service APIs. In the session, learn the most common scenarios for integrating with Azure Active Directory, get an overview of the Azure Active Directory feature set, and find out what’s coming next.