Networking is a foundational part of the Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC) platform, and Windows Server 2016 provides new and improved Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies to help you move to a fully realized SDDC solution for your organization. In this session, we'll take an end to end look at the new networking features and capabilities in Windows Server 2016, from the all-new Network Controller, through to the powerful Software Load Balancer, Distributed Firewall, Network Virtualization, new hardware offloads and much more!
In this talk, we will describe a cloud-centric data science process to go from raw data on premise or in the cloud to operationalized machine learning models using only a browser and elastic resources in Azure using various tools like SQL Server on Azure, Azure VMs, Azure Machine Learning, and Azure HDInsight (Hadoop).
Visual Studio Code now supports extension! In this session we'll show you how easy it is to add to the core functionality by creating an extension (a spell checker for Markdown). We will edit, run and debug the extension just like any other TypeScript program and close by publishing to the gallery.
We also take a moment to demo some additional extensions spanning themes, snippets and colorizers onto one of the more powerful language extensions for Visual Studio Code - Go - which includes full evolved editing support (IntelliSense, Peek, and more) and debugging.
This session focuses on management of Mac OS X clients and Linux/UNIX servers using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager. Join this session if your customers manage or plan to manage Mac or Linux clients in their environments.