Azure App Service ist auf die schnelle Entwicklung von Web-Apps und mobilen Apps sowie auf das Automatisieren von Geschäftsprozessen ausgelegt und bietet deshalb einen integrierten Satz an Unternehmensfunktionen, die über eine einzige Entwicklungs- und Verwaltungsumgebung bereitgestellt werden. Die Session zeigt, wie Azure API Apps und Logic Apps des Azure App Service entwickelt werden.
Good developers try to make their jobs as easy as possible. We know our application will evolve and will need to scale, so we try to make future changes as simple as possible by layering and decoupling our architecture up front. That's great, but can we do more? Your API should be the most important part of your application, especially if you're deploying to the cloud. By focusing on the API first, you'll reap huge benefits in support and bug fixing, and you'll open your application up to massive scale and new features with minimal effort. With plenty of examples and live demos, this session is a practical guide to writing API-driven applications.
In Lync 2013, Microsoft has introduced a number of new features that require Exchange 2013-- knowing what they are, and how they work, is critical to knowing what you'll get from an upgrade to Exchange 2013. In this session, Exchange MVP and author Paul Robichaux will dive into the Lync-related integration features in Exchange 2013, including OAuth configuration, support for high-resolution photos, and the Lync Storage Service (LYSS). You'll learn how to configure Exchange 2013 and Lync 2013 to work together to give you full access to those features.