Learn how to recover from catastrophic data loss. Understand the benefits of connecting Azure Stack to Azure Site Recovery and Azure Backup. We discuss both the infrastructure business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) as well as application pattern on tenant space.
There are many bots out there, but how many are truly “good” bots that are well designed using human interaction as the model? We’ve built dozens and dozens of conversational bots for the largest enterprises in the world and we’ve learned a few things along the way. Come see our standard reference architecture, learn best practices and patterns from our experts. These intelligent bots use the power of machine learning to continually learn and with each turn become more personalized, so your end users have positive bot experiences.
In this session, we take you through the challenge, lesson learned, and best practices from migrating an on-premises enterprise data warehouse workload to the Azure services.
With the accelerated pace of digital transformation, DevOps, adoption of new platforms, and managing cloud resources is increasingly becoming a challenge for central IT. Applying availability best practices, compliance requirements and cost management are adding to the challenge. With the help of serverless technologies, customers can apply such policies to cloud resources at any given time and run them over a long time. Join us to learn how to use Event Grid, Azure Logic Apps and Functions to apply IT policies such as asset tagging, maintenance window, and even applying disaster recovery schemas.
Azure Blob Storage is Microsoft's exabyte scale object storage platform built for the most demanding applications and workloads. In this session, we'll cover some design patterns and best practices for building high performance, scalable and cost effective data intensive applications with Blob Storage. We'll use real world examples using Blob Storage in three different vertical industries: Automotive, Financial Services and Media & Entertainment. Topics covered include durability, security, scale and cost effectiveness.
Automation accounts are just the beginning. This session covers creating automation jobs using Azure Automation Runbooks, Logic Apps, Functions, and Microsoft Power BI to make mundane tasks less of a chore. - Learn how to use cloud and hybrid automation agents to run targeted runbooks - Learn how to construct Logic Apps that can create tickets in your ITSM system - Configure OMS for aggregation from multiple sources - Construct Power BI reports showing security dashboards, audit reports, and more
In this technical overview of Azure Cosmos DB, learn how easy it is to get started building planet-scale applications with Azure Cosmos DB. We then take a closer look at important design aspects around global distribution, consistency, and server-side partitioning. Learn how to model your data to fit your app’s needs using tools and APIs you love.
Microsoft Azure is a powerful platform with amazing services available at your fingertips! However, it can also be hard to know which services to pick when you’re getting started with cloud application development. In this session, we cover how to get started with cloud development in Azure using the five most common services that most .NET applications need to run in the cloud.
Bring your Mongo DB and Cassandra applications to Azure Cosmos DB and benefit from turnkey global distribution, and guaranteed low latency for cloud scale. Learn how easy it is to migrate your existing NoSQL applications to Azure Cosmos DB by using the MongoDB API and Cassandra API. In this session, find out about the tools used in the process, see the code that leverages Azure Cosmos DB, and learn about techniques for working around the differences between the two products.
Microservices are highly scalable, resilient, and composable units of deployment for modern applications. Building them can be hard, with several development and deployment considerations to consider. This session shows you how we're making .NET Core microservices easier to build with new application patterns in .NET Core as well as how to deploy and manage them with Kubernetes and Helm.
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