Azure PowerShell function apps are a great option for all your Azure administration, event driven scripts and interaction with data in storage accounts or databases. But how do you use them? In this talk, We will take a look at the possibilities with some real-world examples as our guide. After that, let's see how you can get started with creating and deploying your own Azure Function Apps. With some practical demo's you will be ready to make the most of Azure Function Apps with PowerShell yourself.
Barbara is a Microsoft Azure MVP, MCT and consultant. Her daily work includes Azure, Office 365, Windows Server and automation. Her focus is on Azure automation, PowerShell, Infrastructure as Code and Azure DevOps. Her blog is found at https://4bes.nl.
Building microservice applications with .NET today isn't easy. You need to coordinate multiple application startup, handle service discovery, manage dependencies and secrets, learn how to set up and manage Kubernetes, and more. Project Tye is a developer tool that makes developing, testing, and deploying microservices and distributed applications easier. Project Tye includes a local orchestrator to make developing microservices easier and the ability to deploy microservices to Kubernetes with minimal configuration. Come get an overview of how Project Tye helps you to develop microservice applications, from initial project to deployment and management.
Jon works at Microsoft as a Senior Program Manager focused on ASP.NET and Web Development. He's the author of several programming books, tutorials and video courses on .NET development and wrote samples and tutorials like the MVC Music Store, helped organize aspConf and is a frequent speaker conferences and international Web Camps events.
Companies are establishing Cloud Center of Excellence to adopt the cloud strategies, deliver a secured-standard platform thereby building a modern IT powerhouse. The road towards DevOps adoption and meeting these goals is a challenge for all innovation and migration projects. By leveraging on Azure DevOps, standardization of Azure Resources is proven to be effective. In this session I will demonstrate how to build-publish-share an Azure DevOps pipeline extension within and across organization(s). We will deploy an Azure Resource that meets requirement standards. Based on Real world scenarios, we will look at customer journeys in adopting this strategy, their challenges in managing the extensions.
Koushik is an Azure consultant, developer and an integration engineer. He has been working at multiple Cloud Center of Excellence’s, helping teams build highly scalable and automated applications. Working as a consultant with multiple teams across various domains, he leads product development and delivery on Azure cloud platform. Being a continuous learner, he loves spreading knowledge and implementing automation through innovation.
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