With Windows 10, developers can use the Windows universal platform to create a single app that can reach every Windows 10 device, while also delivering a user experience tailored to the device’s specific capabilities. In this session, we’ll introduce you to the Windows universal app platform, and walk you through how to build a Windows app that will delight your users, regardless of the Windows 10 device it’s running on. Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers.
In this session the speaker will go through the various uses of Windows Azure for dev and test scenarios. The content wil call out common current day flaws in testing, such as don't test at all, poor/incomplete hardware, out of date builds in QA, can't test to scale, and several other scenarios. The demo in this session will include building/deploying a simple ASP.Net MVC4 app for testing.
This session will focus on what the Microsoft modern principles are, and the steps needed to evolve a common on-premise system architecture to something that is more modern. We will discuss the tenants of modern architecture and why they are important. The speaker will also walk through changes that can be made to update a sample application to a more modern style. Cost factors will be discussed, including the manual work needed, testing, and risks of change.
Learn how to leverage Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration to operationalize “DevOps” capabilities on Azure. We start with the basics of PowerShell DSC working through the basic architecture, example uses and preventing “configuration drift.” We review DevOps principles and then apply those principles using PowerShell DSC over Azure to enable continuous deployment.