Windows 8 offers a huge leap forward when it comes to authentication and access control and we’ll be taking it to the next level with Blue. Come join us to learn about the improvements in Biometrics, Device Trust, and Application, and Identity Control, just to name a few.
In this talk, Ales discusses the evolution of the Windows platform and the story of its development, and the key role that C++ plays in it. In the spirit of "Going Native", the new platform and application model is written almost exclusively in C++.
Ever wonder how some applications are built? Ever wonder how to combine components of the Windows Azure platform? Stop wondering and learn how we've built MyGet.org, a multi-tenant software-as-a-service. In this session we'll discuss architecture, commands, events, access control, multi tenancy and how to mix and match those things together. Learn about the growing pains and misconceptions we had on the Windows Azure platform. The result just may be a reliable, cost-effective solution that scales.
David Kruse, Principal Development Lead, discussed Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 updates to the SMB3 (version 3.02) protocol at Redmond Interoperability Protocols Plugfest 2013. SMB3 is a protocol covered in the MS-SMB2 specification is included in the Windows Protocol Documents. Implementers asked a number of questions and David delivered an in-depth Q&A session regarding MS-SMB2 (&SMB3) file sharing family of protocols.