The October event was a collaboration with our sponsor Capgemini. This was a fully virtual event recorded in our studio and streamed to our YouTube channel. This time we had three speakers:
Arjan Nieuwenhuis: Keeping track on all your apps
Managing your apps during the whole software development lifecycle and beyond is hard as apps come in all shapes and sizes and can target multiple platforms. Keeping track on your apps from early stage development to production can be a handful, especially as target platforms are whole ecosystems.
To help you bringing these ecosystems together Visual Studio App Center provides a integrated service on Azure. Assisting in all the stages of the software development lifecycle, bringing it all together in one integrated place.
Join me in exploring the current state of Visual Studio App Center and sneak peek on what is coming soon.
Marilag Dimatulac: Applying Message Brokering & Event-Driven Architecture on Azure
The most fun part with any cloud architecture styles is seeing it in action. In this session, I’ll demonstrate how we can design and implement event-driven applications on the cloud. We’ll look into several building blocks, from using event modeling to communicate our specification, to implementing in-process messaging in .Net Core with the mediator pattern, and finally using Queues & Event Grid on Azure to wire things together and complete our story.
John Papa: You’ve built an app and you want it to scale.
Do you want CI/CD, custom domains, SSL certificates, APIs, global scale of your static in assets, authentication, and authorization? And whether your favorite web framework is Svelte, Vue, React, Angular or something else entirely, you’ll learn how to build a static web app on Azure and go from GitHub repo to global scale.