This session will focus on what the Microsoft modern principles are, and the steps needed to evolve a common on-premise system architecture to something that is more modern. We will discuss the tenants of modern architecture and why they are important. The speaker will also walk through changes that can be made to update a sample application to a more modern style. Cost factors will be discussed, including the manual work needed, testing, and risks of change.
Come hear more about Microsoft’s approach to design: why it is evolving and how developers can benefit. Partner Director of Design Albert Shum will discuss high-level design influences in Windows 10 as well as our rich set of Microsoft experiences that empower developers. The talk will be followed by a Q&A with executives Jeff Fong, Karen Kesler, Jonathan Wiedemann, and Jeff Arnold.
TechEd 101 explains the many learning opportunities available throughout the week, and what has changed since you last attended, so you can create your ideal conference experience. Get an overview of the major components of TechEd—including TechExpo, Foundational Sessions, Labs, and Certification Testing. Learn how to make the most of your week through networking opportunities, find out where to get answers to your technical questions, and more.
Building a global scale telemetry pipeline used to be the preserve of the largest internet companies, but today it is common for even moderately sized businesses to receive a high volume of telemetry across the world. The cloud and Internet of Things are making this even more common. This session will cover building a global scale telemetry pipeline on Azure Event Hubs and including how to size and plan for your platform. We will show and discus how we see customers successfully create telemetry pipelines that can handle billions of events per day all around the world. Speaker: Dan Rosanova