Global Azure Virtual goes live! Join our hosts Isidora Katanic and Rik Hepworth as we will kick off the first ever virtual Global Azure. We will get everyone ready for our featured track and get the pulse from the rest of the Global Azure streams around the world.
In this session, we will explore the challenges and trade-offs imposed by CAP/PACELC Theorem on building distributed applications and demonstrate the relationship between availability, latency and consistency in a distributed environment.
This session will help you understand how to design for high availability and performance with real-world benchmarks you can take and use yourself.
Ask me anything with renowned speaker Sami Laiho. Get your questions ready!
How does deploying to Azure affect what you do as a developer every day? What do you need to do at the “code level” that furthers your organization’s cloud goals?
This session will go over tips and tricks designed to help you make effective use of Azure services.
Join our hosts Isidora Katanic and Rik Hepworth for the second day of Global Azure Virtual! We will get everyone ready for our featured tracks and join some other streams online.
Brendan Burns will deliver a whiteboard interactive session! Get your questions ready for Kubernetes founder and Microsoft Corporate Vice President responsible for Azure management and governance, Kubernetes on Azure, Linux on Azure, SAP on Azure, PowerShell and Service Fabric.
Applications built using microservice architecture offer compelling benefits, however building them is hard and comes at a cost of having to understanding distributed systems. Developers should focus on business logic and instead they end up solving the same problems such as state management, resilient calls and event handling with limited portability across public clouds.
The Distributed Application Runtime, Dapr (https://dapr.io/), is an open source project that gives super powers to all developers to build cloud native applications, no matter what developer framework or language they decide to use. In this session we will dive into what Dapr is an how you can use this in your applications no matter what your favorite development language or framework is.
Join the Azure Stack team for updates, news on improvements, roadmap info, and demoes across the Azure Stack Hub and Azure Stack Edge family of products.
In this session, we will review the improvements from the last months, learn more about the migration and modernization opportunity and learn about the experience from a customer that is going through this journey, and see a demo of using Azure Stack to enable the Intelligent Edge
Final Global Azure Virtual day! Isidora Katanic and Rik Hepworth sum up Global Azure Virtual 2020 and discuss the highlights from all over the world.
The Global Azure community is truly global. People all around the world are striving through the pandemic, driven by their passion to share their knowledge with audiences all over the world. We salute them and encourage you to join their live streams.
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