This demo intensive session will focus on the use of Microsoft Azure services to host a back end system for real- time telemetry processing in a 3D racing game. The use of asynchronous queues, worker roles, storage services and websites will be explained. Techniques for real-time data stream processing, data archiving and report generation will be discussed and demonstrated. During the session attendees will have the option to play the game, and see the lap and telemetry data being processed in real time. The session will provide an insight into leveraging the power of cloud-based platforms for high scale telemetry data processing scenarios. The techniques demonstrated will be applicable to many scenarios, from multi-player gaming to device telemetry and the internet of things.
Security and Compliance are two of the biggest concerns for businesses who are looking to migrate workloads to the public cloud. Businesses can take advantage of Configuration Manager 2012 R2 (ConfigMgr) and Security Compliance Manager (SCM) to keep their Azure VMs in 'green' state while reducing the attack surface and security risks of their VMs. In this session we'll take a look at how to secure your Azure VMs using Endpoint Protection, maintain patch level using ConfigMgr 2012 R2 and how to meet your security compliance requirements using SCM and ConfigMgr Compliance Settings. Presenter: Andreas Wasita (Kloud)_x000D_
Sensors are changing the way we live and how we experience the world around us as they become ubiquitous across all form factors: large screen, laptops, tablets, phones, wearables and IoT devices. This session provides an overview of the unified development story for sensors and the key investments in Windows 10. Topics include: Overview of the sensors support for Windows 10, New sensors support, New devices: Barometer, Long Range Proximity, and custom sensors, Composite sensors and activity tracking, Sensors driver architecture: Sensors Framework, driver models, DDSI surface and related WDK samples, and How to bring up your sensors on Windows: step-by step guide and tips, driver validation (HLK). Intended Audience: OEMs, ODMs, IDHs, IHVs, Peripheral Manufacturers, Driver Developers.