Microservice is a blazing topic today. From SMEs to large corporations, building solution in microservice architecture has been the trend. However, how to quickly build and deploy the microservice to production across different environments have been a challenge. In my talk, I will show the audience how to build the DevOps pipeline and work out a release strategy to better deploy micro-services into production. I call it MicroDevOps. We will use Azure DevOps to build a proof of concept to showcase the concept and best practises to bring a microservice solution into production.
Containers are getting widespread really fast, in fact companies are more willing to run their application in a container than a Virtual Machine. Microsoft Azure has been one of the vanguards in the containerization services and we’re proud to let you know that currently we’re the only cloud provider which allows you to not only run your workloads in a container in Azure or your on-premises environment, but also manage it all right from your Azure environment. In this session we will review all the different ways you can run containers in Azure and how easy it is to get started with those. In summary we will cover: * Azure Container Registry * Azure Container Instances * Azure Web Apps for containers * Azure Container Apps * Azure Kubernetes Services * Azure Service Fabric * Azure Red Hat OpenShift * Azure Arc * Azure Kubernetes Engine This is a journey where we start from simple scenarios and work our way towards more advanced scenarios. It’s going to be fun
In this session I will demonstrate multiple methods to posting the Dynamics 365 CE data context to Azure Service Bus and process the data with low-code and no-code, manage of run-time errors. We will learn, how to update Dynamics CE service endpoint connection details after importing a solution in an automated way using Azure DevOps.
Dapr is a portable, event-driven runtime that makes it easy for any developer to build event-driven, resilient distributed applications, and embraces the diversity of languages and developer frameworks. While Dapr promises a lot of features, our focus in this session will be about the Publish-Susbcribe functionality: what it is, how it works, and how it can make the life of developers easier for any publish-subscribe scenarios.
Azure Arc allows to deploy and run azure services outside the Microsoft cloud while still operating it from Azure. In this session we will see how to setup an arc enabled Kubernetes cluster and manage our integration workload without any K8S knowledge
Do you have existing XSLT transforms on premises that you want to reuse or move to Azure? In this session we will look at various ways to run XSLT in your Azure integrations. We will also look at some challenges when using XSLT in Azure.
Integrations often grow into alot of small services. As more services are added, more keys, secrets and other authetication methods need to be managed. This can be an overwhelming task. Is there perhaps an easier and better way? Yes let’s take a look at MSI (Microsoft Service Identity) and how this both makes it simpler to manage and also removes possibility of leaking keys. In the end creates an environment that has less vulnerabilities and a better overview.
In this session, we will see how to export data from Dynamics 365 HR to on-premise SQL Server. We are going to use the Azure SQL database and make transformations there. We will create a type and stored procedures to insert and update data in an on-premise SQL server. By using ADF, we will map D365 HR and On-premise SQL Server and export the data.
In this session, we will look at the Integration Approaches- User Interface, Data Integration and Process integration. We Will then deep Dive into Data Integration using Virtual entities & Dataflows to bring external data into System.
I will demonstrate how to build Dart+Flutter web application integrated with Springboot Microservice deployed in Azure App Service In this session, participants will learn how the project is prepared in Azure Dev Ops, Define Open API Specification, generate both backend and front end API classes, automatically build and deploy to Azure Static Web Site, and Springboot Micro-service deployment