In this session, I will be covering two Azure services mainly: Azure DataFactory as an orchestration tool and Azure DevOps as an integration and CI/CD tool. the speech will go around a use case : Setting up Data bricks to analyze Data comming from an SQL Server through Azure Datafactory and Azure Devops services, based on a client's real scenario.
Cloud Solutions Architect | Microsoft Certified Trainer | DevOps & DevSecOps Expert. As an Azure cloud Architect, I have worked for many large compagnies in the IT field, designing and implementing Azure & AWS Infrastructure Solutions, deploying & Operating S-SDLC PaaS platforms and third party vendors: SonarQube, Nexus Repository Manager, JFrog Artifactory, Nexus Lifecycle IQ, Checkmarx, Nagios, DefectDojo. I am also contributing to the FinOps Foundation Community, as a speaker and community contributor. I am passionate about helping people and leveraging my technical knowledge to solve meaningful, real-world problems that make a real impact on society.
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