In this report, we shall focus on the capabilities of the new control panel in Azure (Azure Portal Preview), which is a single workspace for developing and managing cloud applications. Implementation of this new panel is not just merely an interface change, it is a new approach to DevOps. This report includes a demonstration of how to establish continuous deployment of websites and databases, manage builds and tests, as well as track their relationship with tasks and work items.
Today we are able to see a clear shift in how enterprises are targeted by malware engineers. The attack landscape has adapted to the new world and they now perform targeted attacks, especially over the social networks. Because guess what? The CEO, CTO, or even the girl next door has a social network account. Join this session and explore how social engineering has grown over time and examine lessons learned from the field on how to best mitigate those traps.
DevOps evangelist Cads Oakley expounds upon the importance of the DevOps community to solve problems smarter and faster. It's the shared interests, common problems, and collaboration that connect this diverse, extended community and make it such a valuable resource. Cads also talks about how implementing DevOps can drive an organization's business forward; he promotes the more inclusive term "SquadOps" (Systems, Quality, Users, And Dev and Ops) to underscore the need for cross-functional teams that span the organization. How do you get a DevOps initiative started in your organization? Start the conversation! Meet with teams and grow their understanding of how the efforts across the company are interrelated to deliver business value. Once your co-workers recognize the interdependence of their roles, the culture is ripe for DevOps.
This session demonstrates how a new class of scenarios and user experiences can be enabled by re-imagining solutions using cloud-based technology and Apps for Office. Learn how to make cloud-based line-of-business applications which include Apps for Office in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, and also how to supplement them with Office 365 SharePoint web sites, Windows Phone 8 apps, notifications, and Azure Web Sites and SQL Databases. See an extremely polished end-to-end demo scenario unfold, related to idea generation, qualification, selection, development, and evaluation. Learn how all the components in the demo are built, what patterns are used to implement them, and have a lot of fun along the way. This session also has a little bit of March Madness flavor baked into it which will provide an entertaining and enlightening experience.