Getting started with Azure DevOps
Microsoft has a wide array of tools for artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, and cognitive services, and it's often difficult to know where to start and what to use. We show you a defined process to determine the customer's needs, walk you through the entire set of AI offerings from Microsoft Cognitive Services to Azure Machine Learning, provide demos, and also help you find in-depth training on everything from programming to Python, R, ML, and more.
Learn about the present and the future of the Microsoft .NET Platform. We look at the current state of .NET, it's incredible growth and new .NET Core features. We also show the exciting direction .NET is headed to help you build cutting-edge solutions for the future.
The latest advancements for Linux containers presented by co-founder of Kubernetes Brendan Burns and host Matt McSpirit. They demonstrate updates that allow you to connect your on-premises resources with the Cloud for agility, while maintaining data sovereignty and security with the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Watch as he shows you the latest enterprise-level capabilities for AKS including: native integration to Azure Active Directory and Kubernetes; RBAC for secure access to AKS with identity managed at a per container level to grant secure access to specific Azure resources. Then take a look at securing your images with content trust in Azure Container Registry and deploying them with Helm Charts.
Learn how to add cognitive enrichments to ingest, enrich, and explore unstructured enterprise data in Azure Search. Enhancements add machine learning algorithms to an indexing pipeline. Out of the box, indexing can include image analysis (OCR), natural language processing, language detection, entity recognition and relationships, and key phrase extraction. You can also attach custom classifiers or algorithms that you create specifically for your content files.
See the power of Microsoft Azure's infrastructure and why customers like Walmart, Adobe, and Daimler run their business on Azure.
Satya Nadella is Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft. Before being named CEO in February 2014, Nadella held leadership roles in both enterprise and consumer businesses across the company.Joining Microsoft in 1992, he quickly became known as a leader who could span a breadth of technologies and businesses to transform some of Microsoft’s biggest product offerings.Most recently, Nadella was executive vice president of Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise group. In this role he led the transformation to the cloud infrastructure and services business, which outperformed the market and took share from competition. Previously, Nadella led R&D for the Online Services Division and was vice president of the Microsoft Business Division.
In this demo rich session, get an overview of Azure Infrastructure from Microsoft Corporate Vice President Corey Sanders showing off the latest innovations and giving you practical guidance to accelerate your cloud journey. Learn about the broad range of Azure compute, storage, networking and container services for mission critical and everyday applications. Also, see the latest hybrid investments coming from Windows Server 2019 and Azure Stack.Hear stories from real customers running their business on Azure, and learn about new built-in governance and security capabilities to help you manage and secure at scale.
Join Scott Hanselman and friends as they take us on an end-to-end tour of the Microsoft developer platform. In this developer-focused, demo-packed session, we explore the latest tools, cloud platform technologies, and integrated DevOps to deliver incredible intelligent applications at scale, and on any device.