Learn about the end-to-end hardware lifecycle for Windows 10. This session describes driver development for Windows, what’s changing for Windows 10, and how Windows installs and processes drivers. You will learn considerations for each stage of the Windows Hardware Development Life Cycle and how Microsoft helps you complete each stage. This session will also cover design considerations for a component to simplify servicing and maintenance. Topics include: Description of the end-to-end lifecycle of a Windows driver: designing, creating, validating, distributing, installing and servicing, What is involved with publishing a Windows driver, How to update and service your drivers, How to update system firmware, and Similarities and differences between different form factor driver workflows. Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers, Driver Developers.
Alaska Airlines Director of App Architecture, Mike Lorengo shares how they are using Microsoft Azure.
Alaska Airlines is the seventh-largest U.S. airline based on passenger traffic and is one of the most popular U.S. West Coast air carriers. Headquartered in Seattle, Alaska carries more passengers between the state of Alaska and the Lower 48 than any other airline. Alaska Airlines was rated Highest in Customer Satisfaction Among Traditional Carriers in North America, Eight Years in a Row" by JD Power.
hear from Director of App Architecture, Mike Lorengo, how Alaska Airlines built on their "Cloud First, Mobile Only" vision to find success using Azure API management to take an existing employee facing web app on to devices, making it available to the highly mobile workforce wherever they are. Hear how a team of volunteers took the initiative and used the DevOps capabilities of Visual Studio Online combined with Azure to build an agile, continuous delivery capability, enabling them to rapidly add new features and consider extending the technology to a further 100 projects across the organization.