With the huge quantity of applications that are offered in stores, apps are competing not only to acquire users but also to keep them. Microsoft explores the key challenges and questions design and marketing teams need to have in mind to set up the right platform for a great customer engagement. This session will explore how to practically leverage push notifications and in-app messages to address the retention challenge with Azure Mobile Engagement. Speaker: Karl Piteira
В докладе будет рассказано об использовании виртуальных машин и виртуальных сетей Microsoft Azure в задачах миграции приложений в облако – от администрирования инфраструктуры до автоматизации рутинных задач, от средств Microsoft (Powershell, CLI и портал) до средств, активно используемых разработчиками Open Source – Chef и Puppet.
You've seen the basics, now let's look at some internals. How does ASP.NET run on both the .NET full framework and the new .NET Core CLR? How does ASP.NET 5 use Roslyn to give a "compile free" feeling during rapid development? Coverage of the new configuration model, built in dependency injection, service providers. We'll look at how ASP.NET 5 sits on the new open source Microsoft web stack of technologies and lets you develop and deploy on Windows, Mac, or Linux. Your framework, your way, on your editor of choice and operating system of choice.
Join this session to learn how Microsoft IT is successfully managing the Application lifecycle in their System Center 2012 Configuration Manager R2 environment with zero touch. Deep technical overview on how Microsoft IT automates LOB application publishing by leveraging System Center Orchestrator, Configuration Manager cmdlets, PowerShell scripts, and Team Foundation Server. This session covers the key stages of the application lifecycle for Windows 8.1, Windows Phone, Windows RT, and iOS – starting with Application object creation, deployment, supersedence, and ending with the retirement/removal of the application object from the environment—all this without the administrator having to lift a finger.