When building solutions for the Cloud it is critical to understand that every architecture decision has even more impacts than before as a bad code might get you out of business. For this reason in this session we will be focusing on:
Breaking down the baseline concepts of Cloud design
Defining the critical considerations which we should have when designing new Cloud solutions
Looking at Architectural Patterns which can help us succeed in this space, like Microservices, CQRS and Event Sourcing
Looking at real life examples of Azure Cloud Architectures, the trade-offs and results
Lessons Learned Building Azure Solutions
The key goal of this session is to create awareness of what considerations, architectural patterns and trade-offs should be done in order to have successful Cloud solutions and even more specific to Azure solutions.
Join the Windows Server and Microsoft System Center product teams once again as we take a deeper dive into the automation specifics related to tenant provisioning in the Azure Pack solution. In this session we explore the functionality and examine each Service Management Automation (SMA) Runbook. If you haven't seen SMA in action yet, this is a must-see session and a great way to get started. Session includes links to free downloadable content of the demo and example solution (from post found at http://aka.ms/IntroToSMA).
In Visual Studio 2013 and Blend for Visual Studio 2013, we have added a lot of highly anticipated productivity features for building XAML apps. In this video, you’ll see how the new XAML editor features in Visual Studio, and the new design features in both Visual Studio and Blend, enable you to build richer apps, with higher productivity.
Join Martin Woodward, Jay Schmelzer, Erich Gamma, Amanda Silver and Patrick Chanezon (Docker) in a discussion about the lessons they learned when creating products in the open. How did they tackle the challenges, and how did they shape the teams and processes. This is an open Q&A session where the attendees were able to ask their questions to the panelists.