Want to be part of the Internet of Things revolution then this session is for you. Estimates for connected "things" run between 50 and 200 billion devices and a 9 Trillion dollar industry by 2020. But whatever the number is, we know it's big. So be you from an organisation looking to further streamline operations, or a budding entrepreneur with a burning idea or a Maker enthusiast with a passion of technology then come along to this session, we'll crack open Visual Studio and it'll be your chance to learn about Microsoft's "Internet of Things" Devices and Development tools.
Service Fabric is a state-of-the-art distributed system that allows developers to easily build and IT-Pros to easily manage large scale, highly resilient services for your Enterprise. We are all going through the same transition with our businesses: We want our services to be quick to build and maintain, effective to manage, preferably cheap, but also robust and resilient enough to reach Internet scale without falling apart. Microsoft has solved this challenge is now making available to everyone the Platform they built for running and hosting global services with the highest availability demands, such as Azure SQL Database, Azure DocumentDB, and Bing Cortana. This session will give an overview of Service Fabric, share some war stories from using it and show some examples which will open your eyes to a great new world of distributed, infinitely scalable services that cannot die! Platform services PaaS is the future of the Cloud!
Monitoring infrastructure is a crucial function in any datacenters. Due to the complexities involved, IT administrators have traditionally either requested services from consultant firms or bought pre-packaged Management Packs to monitor their infrastructure. Come learn what new options are available for IT administrators that make it possible to create robust management packs that adapt to the needs of your business.
The cloud is enabling business and technical leaders around the world to turn the digital disruption into their advantage. How can you do the same? Microsoft's Corporate Vice President for Cloud and Enterprise, Takeshi Numoto, will tell you.