Building a Better Mousetrap: Deploying and Managing IoT Solutions for IT Professionals

 
English Advanced Internet of Things

This session provides tactical guidance to IT pros on how to deploy and manage their IoT solutions in the enterprise, on-premises, in Microsoft Azure or on Azure Stack. Special emphasis is placed on making IoT relevant to the IT pro audience through end-to-end demos of IoT solution accelerators, device provisioning, device management, data integration and management (even with serverless architectures), and much more.

Speaker

Anthony Bartolo

Microsoft, Sr. Cloud Advocate, Connecting people, places and things for the enablement of everyone.

As a Sr. Cloud Advocate for Microsoft, Anthony Bartolo takes great pride in architecting and conducting “science experiments” that incorporate Microsoft technology and services to address a customer problem or opportunity. Anthony accomplishes this by conducting hackathons with industry leading organizations to test theories and create Proof of Concepts (PoC) utilizing Microsoft cloud services. Some of the more interesting Proof of Concepts completed have included teaching drones to identify objects to aid in search and rescue efforts and automating research via Azure Functions to extract information from social media to aid law enforcement in finding children reported missing. Results and best practices of these and other projects are then shared openly with the community at large to help upskill everyone. Anthony regularly conducts conversations on Twitter @WirelessLife and regularly submits blog content to http://www.ITOpsTalk.com

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