In this hands on lab we will use an Azure Quick Start ARM Template to deploy resources to Azure.
One of the benefits of a microservices architecture is that applications have less requirements for their hosting containers. This allows for tremendous scalability. This session will show some of the advantages of lightweight containers and their utilization in Azure for scaling microservices.
This session will provide a brief overview of Azure Functions, and how they can be used as microservices to communicate with rich front-end applications.
Azure is a highly secure environment, but extension back into the on-prem data center requires matching security protocols. The cloud doesn't alleviate security concerns, they are still just as relevant. This presentation walks through examples of taking both Azure cloud services, third party SaaS and PaaS solutions and connecting them all in a secure manner. All in a PCI / HIPAA compliant fashion.
Logic Apps provide a way to simplify and implement scalable integrations and workflows in the cloud. Learn how use the power of Azure and quickly design complex processes to connect applications, synchronize data, and reuse your existing service infrastructure.
Merging the old and the new, using Azure for Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).
Azure SQL Databases are still something that is new and not completely understood by many data professionals. There is a definite shift from installing SQL Server on a machine to creating and using a Microsoft's Platform-as-a-Service database. This session will cover the basics of what an Azure SQL Database is, how we create one, and what it takes to access and use this database. After attending this session, you will have a solid understanding of what Azure SQL Database is, how to configure it, and how to use in your own environment.
This session will provide a basic overview of the Azure Data Factory entities and the basic relationship between them:
We will also have two demos:
In this session we will answer the following questions:
Vicente will walk you through TCD’s journey delivering a special event Website using Microsoft Azure technologies. He will cover some general points to keep in mind when developing solutions for the cloud. Finally, he will demonstrate the basic steps to deploy a Website to the cloud using DNN Software Content Management platform.
In this session, lets explore:
Azure Service Fabric was built to efficiently run and manage applications & microservices such that availability can be guaranteed and server resources (cloud or on-premises) can be optimized. With the latest versions adding support for both Linux and Windows 2016, we can now look at using the powerful orchestration capabilities of Service Fabric to manage our Docker containers. In this session we will walk through how to use Service Fabric to manage containers on both platforms as well as discuss other Service Fabric capabilities that you can leverage to optimize your applications.
Whether you’re working exclusively on Azure or with multiple cloud environments, there are certain things you should consider when moving assets to the public cloud. As with any cloud deployment, security is a top priority, and moving your workloads to the cloud does not mean you’re not responsible for the security of your operating system, applications and data. Building on the security of the Azure infrastructure, this shared security responsibility starts with making sure your Azure environment is secure.
In this session, we will discuss step-by-step what you need to do to secure access at the administrative, application and network layers. We will review:
Mary Ann Yeager
A high-level look at assessing the Application and Infrastructure of an organizational offering. Understanding the process of Discovery, Assessment, and Review, in order to line out your Migration to the cloud roadmap.