In this session, we show how to provision Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) clusters and Azure Functions using Terraform with the AzureRM provider. We also show you how to use the generic Kubernetes provider for provisioning without interactively using kubectl. Finally, learn how to deploy containerized and serverless apps to Azure on top of the infrastructure provisioned by Terraform.
Learn how Azure Data Explorer service can help you build near real-time and complex analytical solution. We will cover the service overview and demonstrate the querying capabilities on terabytes of data.
To build security into our agile development process and provide a baseline for security in cloud apps, Microsoft created the Secure DevOps Kit for Azure. Learn how it offers tools and best practices for building security into every stage of cloud app development.
Learn about the brand new features and capabilities in Microsoft Azure Information Protection and Office 365 Message Encryption. These solutions help protect you most sensitive and important data, and we continuously invest in providing the most comprehensive set of capabilities.
Looking to migrate applications in your datacenter to Microsoft Azure? This session, rich in demos, shows you how to leverage Azure migration services, such as Azure Migrate, Azure Site Recovery, and Database Migration Service, to automate and accelerate your migration.
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.
This talk covers the various choices available to customers for configuring networking attributes to containers running in Azure. The session will introduce Azure VNets for containers and go in detail how it can be used with Azure Kubernetes service (AKS), Azure Container Instances (ACI) and Service Fabric Mesh. There will also be hands on demos covering load balancing, security policies and on-premises access for containers using the Azure VNet SDN stack.
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.
Azure Data Lake Storage (ADLS) Gen 2 is a single data lake store that combines the performance and innovation of ADLS with the scale and rich feature set of Azure Blob Storage. It provides a Hadoop compatible file system interface for Blob Storage optimized for Hadoop and Spark. Features include folder hierarchy, fine grained ACLs and very high scale coupled with the Hot, Cool, and Archive tiers. In this talk, we dive into the architecture of ADLS Gen 2, show demos on how you can get started with it today as well as covering partner integration with Cloudera, MAPR, Hortonworks, and more.
In this session learn how to control access to Azure Active Directory using Azure AD administrative roles, including new capabilities like delegated application management and the role management UX in portal.azure.com. Also, get a sneak peek at the future roadmap for controlling access to Azure Active Directory.