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MicroServices are on everyone's mind, come learn from the Service Fabric team why 25min is enough to get you excited on what we have to offer for your productivity
Come learn about the building highly available, low latency applications using a microservices approach that can be deployed into Service Fabric clusters running in different environments including Microsoft Azure, on premises with Windows Server or other clouds. After this session you will understand Service Fabric as a microservices platform for building and managing applications at scale and how to get started with the built in programming models.
What does a #1 app on the iTunes App Store and an installment of one of the most successful gaming franchises in history have in common? They both use Azure DocumentDB to ingest massive volumes of data and serve low latency queries to provide great user experiences. Come learn about the business goals and technical challenges faced by two real-world, immensely popular applications and why they chose to use Azure DocumentDB, as well as the application patterns they used to achieve their massive scale requirements.
If you could have a super power what would it be? Wouldn’t it be nice to predict the future? In this session we will show you how you can harness the power of Machine Learning! Learn about the Azure Machine Learning Studio, a platform that allows you to easily create predictive experiments, get insights from your data, and create operationalized web services on trained models. Discover how to put a high scale and elastic predictive service in production in minutes; and learn about Machine Learning APIs - services that allow you to make your business smarter. We will talk about several scenarios, including recommendations engines, predictive maintenance and how you can understand your customers through text analytics.
You can run any type of app at any kind of scale on Microsoft Azure cloud. While the Cloud is endless, in order to truly have a hyper-scale application, you need to be aware of few little details. In this session we’ll review several steps you can take to make sure your app truly scales. From simply making sure your app is stateless, through fine tuning App Service to optimize for scale, to leveraging services across Azure to scale. Session will provide detailed guidance on scaling with App Service and best practices used in real projects deployed on App Service.
Everyone loves a Docker Container. Many people love two, or three or maybe even four. However, many need guidance on how to navigate building once we start to build real world applications using Docker Containers we start to uncover those annoying little details that make them harder to love. Azure Container Service is a new (preview) service that seeks to make you love containers regardless of how many you deploy. In this session we’ll look at Azure’s container strategy from the beginning to today and on into the near future. We’ll see plenty of practical demos and look at why the Azure Container Service is necessary.
Azure CDN offers developers a new CDN object model, APIs, and multiple SDKs to help you build global applications with massive scale, high performance and security. We will quickly walk you through the Azure CDN solution space. Next, we will demonstrate how easy it is to use the APIs to provide you the performance, reliability, and security you need to build world class applications.
Build "smart" into your apps with this new collection of intelligence and knowledge APIs from Microsoft Project Oxford and Bing. Executive Vice President, Dr. Harry Shum, the head of Microsoft's Technology and Research division of over 1,000 scientist and engineers working on over 55 research areas in labs worldwide, will share how to use artificial intelligence and machine learning-based research from Microsoft’s Cognitive Services.
Microsoft Azure will be offering state of the art GPU visualization infrastructure and GPU compute infrastructure for various different scenarios like gaming, streaming, transcoding, machine learning, visualized CAD applications and many more other workloads that utilize GPUs. This session will give you a good technical overview of the technology that’s used to enable these GPUs into the Azure infrastructure and a roadmap including scenarios that we aim to fill with this capability.
The AzureCAT team works with the largest projects across the world being built on the Azure platform. This session will share the learnings and provide guidance based on those experiences.
Modern cloud applications provide new opportunities every day for greater insights into our customers, code and quality using the signals in the application’s exhaust. Using the data produced by users and applications, developers can easily improve the experience for users and increase their engagement within the apps they are using. Starting with a typical application deployed in Azure, this talk will walk through the steps required to build a more intelligent application, customized for each user to provide a more engaging experience. We’ll add more engaging recommendations tailored to a user, more relevant in-application search results, and gain deeper understanding the application’s users. Additionally, we’ll cover how to process this telemetry as it is created to enable us to react in real time to changes in the application. No knowledge of machine learning, data science, or big data is required, by the end you’ll learn to use all three to create a richer application.
Applications that are powered by intelligent data processing systems can be more engaging to their users and deliver new insights and value to the organizations that build them. Cortana Intelligence Suite is a big data and advanced analytics platform that enables tomorrow’s data architecture and patterns so you can more easily build intelligent solutions for your organization. In this session, you’ll learn how Cortana Intelligence Suite brings together many services across Microsoft Azure to enable information management, storage, analytics, machine learning, and cognitive services. Most importantly, you’ll learn how you can quickly add intelligence to your applications and use Cortana Intelligence Suite to build more compelling experiences for your users.
Microsoft identity technology has been powering consumers and business solutions for decades, anticipating and contributing to industry trends such as the move to the cloud. Come to this session to learn about today’s state of the art of identity management and Microsoft’s vision for identity.
Adding intelligence to apps is not just for the largest, most global apps out there. Apps of any size can add intelligence. Hear senior leaders and experts across data, machine learning, and analytics discuss why and how to add intelligence into existing and new applications. This session will help guide you through how to think through the types of intelligence that can be added to apps.
If you are a SaaS application developer writing multitenant applications, you often face tradeoffs between development efficiency, manageability, as well as tenant performance and security. With Azure SQL Database Elastic Database Pools and its Elastic Database capabilities, you no longer have to make that compromise. In this session, we will explore how Elastic Database Pools help you build, manage and monitor multitenant applications with tenant isolation and minimal TCO by placing each tenant in its own database.
Azure Storage Block Blobs is the object storage platform for all of Azure and currently stores trillions of objects with millions of transactions per second. Nearly all Microsoft services including OneDrive, Office365, XBox and Skype use Block Blobs for persistent storage. In this talk, you will learn about the exciting new service offerings and features we are adding to object storage in 2016. We will also provide a deep dive view of how block blobs are implemented on our platform and present design patterns for achieving high performance, PB scale object storage for your applications.
Come and learn about how applications can leverage the hyper scale, software defined network infrastructure that Azure offers. This session covers the breadth of Network APIs with best practices, patterns and demos!
Corey will walk through many of the ways to build applications using Virtual Machines on Azure. He will talk about building apps using Dev/Test lab and VSTS. He will also cover deploying apps on the newly released VM Scale Sets and Azure Container Service. He will walk through some of the latest support for Linux and Cloud Foundry on Azure and deploying full packaged products in easy ways.
+My schedule Every serious app you deploy on Azure has critical secrets – connection strings, certificates, keys. Silly mistakes in managing these lead to fatal consequences – leaks, outages, compliance violations. As multiple recent surveys point out, silly mistakes cause 4 times more data breaches than adversaries. In this session we will go over some best practices to manage your important app secrets. These may seem like common sense, yet a lot of developers neglect them. We will also go over how to leverage Azure Key Vault to implement those best practices. As an added benefit, following these practices will also help you demonstrate compliance with standards such as SOC. The first ten minutes of the session are level 100 and they apply to any cloud app you develop on any platform. The remainder is level 200-300 and focuses on apps you build on the Azure platform.
In this demo-driven session, learn by example about the tools available for seamless data integration in the cloud with Azure Data Factory, Azure Data Lake Store and Azure Data Lake Analytics, SQL Data Warehouse, on-premises Hadoop, other data sources and more! Hybrid cloud scenarios are becoming more and more common as organizations need to combine and transform both on-premises and cloud data for analytics and business insights. Imagine a data integration experience where it doesn’t matter where your data resides or where your processing executes, and an experience where you can monitor and manage all of your data processing from a single pane of glass. With Azure Data Factory (ADF), you can easily compose Azure services and diverse data sources into highly available, fault-tolerant data pipelines. This session will include a live demonstration of how to build and manage scalable analytics pipelines that can be applied to real world use cases in the Cortana Analytics ecosystem like device telemetry analysis, automated risk processing and customer profiling.
Azure SQL Data Warehouse is a scale out database service designed to answer your ad hoc queries and questions. By spreading your data across distributions SQL Data Warehouse is designed for analytics at scale. To make the most of your database there are opportunities to tailor your table design and optimize for performance. This session will cover the fundamentals of data distribution, table design and query optimization; helping you to deliver the best performance for your solution.
Great apps run on any device and connect to the cloud. Learn how Azure App Service helps build great connected mobile experiences, including single sign-on, push notifications, offline data sync, and connectivity to on-premises systems. Use Mobile App client SDKs to build a native experience on multiple platforms, including Xamarin, Windows, iOS, and Android. It is now easier than ever to add a mobile app to your existing enterprise apps!
Mark will cover best practices, tips and lessons learned in Azure to help developers avoid making the same mistakes with their cloud-scale deployments using IaaS and PaaS. This will include a look behind the scenes at some of Azure’s internals, too.
The cloud has a lot going on, and open source plays a key role when it comes to cloud innovation. From unikernels to aPaaS, and from DevOps to managed services, open is where things are happening. Join us at //build for a 2-part series on how Azure approaches open source innovation in the cloud Part 1 – Fabric & Applications. Let’s talk about what’s in store for Java and Node.js developers in Azure – from PaaS to SDKs, whether you run in application servers like JBoss, in container platforms like Docker+Mesos or OpenShift or whether you build your own multi-cloud environments with Terraform, Azure and its partners work 24/7 to get you trusted technology stacks with scale and agility. Join us to discover how Azure can help you harness the power of open source innovation today, and start writing your open journey in the cloud.
Microsoft Azure offers the best cloud platform, designed for developers to build the most innovative apps. It offers many different options for app development in the cloud. You can choose to control the installation, security and operation of your application across a hyperscale farm of commodity servers that expands and contracts to suit your needs. But today you can instead deploy on a platform that handles all that for you. This is the ‘second wave’ of cloud computing - where you focus on delivering the innovation your customers demand, not the infrastructure required to run them, but how do you know which direction to choose? In this session Corey will take you on a tour of the many ways to build applications on Azure and help you understand which are best for your needs.
With Microsoft’s Cognitive Services, you can build smarter and more engaging experiences that bring the knowledge of the web right into the experience, while interacting with users in a natural way, and across multiple languages. In this session, we will show how the capabilities of these intelligent services can be integrated into your experiences with just a few lines of code, so your users can benefit from the same intelligence used by many technology leaders.
Join us to learn more about Azure Monitoring services and the new features introduced at Build 2016, allowing you to gain deeper insights into the state and health of your Azure resources as well as the capabilities to take automated actions on the data. The talk will include new features for Alerts, Autoscale and Audit Logs.
Develop scalable and open source PaaS solutions on Azure. In this session we go through some of the latest innovations for open PaaS on Azure. Build an open PaaS infrastructure with VM Scale Sets, deploy Cloud Foundry based OSS PaaS apps.
In this session Hari and James will go deeper into MyDriving IOT Starter Kit featured during the ScottGu keynote. Learn how we designed the architecture around this app, the patterns we used and how code reuse saved the team, time. Get started on taking our solution and building your own Azure IOT app.
IoT is the next revolution in computing and an incredibly exciting space. A critical part of IoT is cloud based solutions that enable you to connect, secure and manage IoT devices as well as providing deep insights from IoT data. Azure is all-in on IoT, this session will cover our industry leading offerings. Come be part of the next revolution!
Microsoft offers SQL Server and Azure SQL Database to help you develop great relational database applications. In this session you will learn about the top developer features coming in SQL Server 2016 which are already in Azure SQL Database. Additionally, you will see the latest investments in Azure SQL Database that enable you to easily manage thousands of databases and get the performance and security insight needed to build robust and secure applications in the cloud.
SQL and .NET has been a favorite language for developers and DBAs for decades. However over the last couple of years, data processing is increasingly moving towards Big Data processing and is posing some new demands on not just scalability but also the ability to query late-structured data with custom algorithms. The new Azure Data Lake Analytics is introducing a new SQL-based language called U-SQL that combines the familiarity of SQL with new extensions for Big Data processing and easier user-extensibility. This session shows how to build big data solutions with U-SQL. You will learn how to integrate C# and .NET code to extend the power of U-SQL with C# Expressions.
By supporting sign in with Microsoft identities, your application can have single sign on with Windows and Microsoft cloud applications, can protect your users with the same technology and investments used to protect Microsoft’s users, and can programmatically access information and insights about users via the Microsoft Graph. In this video, learn from the ground up how to build an application that enables sign in with Microsoft personal, work, and school accounts, and about the industry standard technologies that makes this possible.
Consumer identities are at the core of every consumer-facing application. Developers who manage them are facing growing challenges around cost, scalability and security. In this session, you will learn about Azure Active Directory B2C, an enterprise-grade, multi-tenant, cloud service that makes it easy to add secure consumer sign-up, sign-in, profile management & password reset. Consumers can use their social accounts (Facebook, Google or Microsoft account) or create new credentials to access these applications. Azure Active Directory B2C provides fully customizable user experiences, is standards-based and works cross-platform.
Microsoft is all in on IoT. Come and learn the latest on both Azure and Windows offerings for IoT and where they are going. Microsoft has great offerings for both operating systems and cloud solutions in the incredibly exciting Internet of Things space.
All you ever wanted to know about how to connect IoT devices to Azure and make the most out of all the data coming from sensors leveraging smart data analytics, machine learning and other Azure goodness. We’ll introduce our open source SDKs and show you how to use our open source SDKs use them to connect devices running various OS or platforms to Azure IoT. At the end of the session you should have a good understanding of what Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT Suite are, and how developers can use our SDKs to build tomorrow’s killer IoT solution on Azure.
Azure Data Warehouse and Azure Data Lake are two new services designed to work with all of your data no matter how big or complex. With two strong options to store, process and analyze large volumes of data, you may be curious about which service is right for your application needs. This session will drill into the strengths of each service and walk through the common application patterns for integration of large scale data analysis in the cloud using these services.
A quick overview of Azure Mobile Engagement - a newer SaaS service on Azure platform which enables app publishers and app owners to easily track usage behavior, create rich and dynamic segments and send targeted system and in-app push notifications, polls, etc.
Applications show intelligence when they can spot trends, react to unusual events, predict outcomes or recommend choices. Learn how to introduce intelligence traits into your apps including; establishing feedback loops, applying big data and machine learning techniques to classify, predict or otherwise analyze explicit and implicit signals, and operationalizing the full stack into the regular usage flow of the app. Most every day apps, from consumer to enterprise can deliver greater customer or business benefit by learning from user behavior and other signals. In this session we’ll take a pragmatic look at introducing real, useful data-driven intelligence into apps by walking through services, code and data needed to make it happen.
Most likely you have seen product recommendations in some of your favorite ecommerce sites. These are often presented as "Frequently Bought Together" recommendations which show products that other users have purchased along with the currently viewed product. Recommendations are one of the many ways that Machine Learning can be used to enhance a user’s search experience and can be applied to a large number of scenarios beyond ecommerce. In this demo heavy session, we will discuss topics such as feedback loops, personalization, relevancy tuning and learn how to use technologies such as Azure Search and Azure Machine Learning to build out and enhance the full text search experience of your web and mobile applications.
Azure Batch enables large-scale parallel and compute-intensive workloads to be easily and efficiently run in Azure; execute your new or existing applications on tens to tens of thousands of VMs. In this demo-intensive session, you’ll see and learn about the many capabilities of Azure Batch, including some brand new features.
The cloud has a lot going on, and open source plays a key role when it comes to cloud innovation. From unikernels to aPaaS, and from DevOps to managed services, open is where things are happening. Join us at //build for a 2-part series on how Azure approaches open source innovation in the cloud Part 2 – Fabric & Data. It’s a whole new world of data options in the cloud with Azure. From connecting to Azure SQL with new JDBC clients for Ubuntu to deploying sophisticated scale out clusters for Cassandra or MariaDB, Azure and its partners work 24/7 to get you trusted technology stacks with scale and agility. Join us to discover how Azure can help you harness the power of open source innovation today, and start writing your open journey in the cloud.
Microsoft Azure Redis Cache is a secure, dedicated cache service from Microsoft, based on the Open Source Redis engine. In this session we will take a look at how you can leverage the new features to increase security, data resiliency and performance of Azure Redis Cache.
With Azure Data Lake we’re introducing a new SQL-based language called U-SQL, that combines the familiarity of SQL with C# extensions to make Big Data processing easy, and fun. In this presentation you will learn the concepts behind the new language and see examples of how to use it to query unstructured, semi-structured and structured data.
Building a shardless, real-time twitch MMO in the cloud requires new ways of thinking. In this session Illyriad Games will share practical insights from the development of Age of Ascent that can be applied to any hyper scale system.
In this brief session Brady Gaster introduces the Azure App Service and the Visual Studio tools ASP.NET developers can use in Visual Studio to create and publish their ASP.NET applications to it. You'll learn how easy it is to deploy your RESTful APIs built using Web API, as well as your Web and Mobile applications built using ASP.NET, and also how to use the built-in Azure tools for exporting Azure Resource Manager templates based on your application topology.