Rockwell Automation is using Microsoft Azure IoT Suite to extend its business and provide managed monitoring and support for its products in the field. The company has developed cloud-based solutions, using software, sensors and devices to predict equipment failures along the supply chain, track its performance in real-time, and help refine designs and processes to prevent those failures in the future. Rockwell Automation is creating connected enterprises by building new solutions to transform the petroleum supply chain and reap bottom-line results in global productivity and competitiveness.
You've seen the basics, now let's look at some internals. How does ASP.NET run on both the .NET full framework and the new .NET Core CLR? How does ASP.NET 5 use Roslyn to give a "compile free" feeling during rapid development? Coverage of the new configuration model, built in dependency injection, service providers. We'll look at how ASP.NET 5 sits on the new open source Microsoft web stack of technologies and lets you develop and deploy on Windows, Mac, or Linux. Your framework, your way, on your editor of choice and operating system of choice.
You have likely already produced an Azure Mobile Apps backend and Xamarin client that implements a basic task list. In this session, we will take you beyond the basics, implementing enterprise authentication using Azure AD and personalizing the cloud data so that many people can use your application securely; finally showing you how those changes can be propagated to your Xamarin client. At the end of the session, you will understand how to build a secure enterprise mobile backend with a cross-platform mobile client.