Integrate 2019

June 24-26, 2019

Microsoft Campus, Redmond, WA

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"The Premier Microsoft Technologies Integration Conference"

Integrate 2019 is the premier integration conference for everyone working in the Microsoft Integration Space. The 3-day event, with Speakers from the Microsoft Product Group and from the Global Integration Community, is the ideal event to listen to the leading Integration Specialists, to learn what is coming next in integration and to network with your peers. Put Integrate 2019 in your diaries and register now.

 

INTEGRATE 2019 will happen in both London, UK and Redmond, USA

Speakers

  • Jon Fancey

    Jon Fancey

    Microsoft

  • Jon Fancey

    Jon Fancey

    Microsoft
    Principal PM Manager at Microsoft

  • Kevin Lam

    Kevin Lam

    Microsoft

  • Kevin Lam

    Kevin Lam

    Microsoft
    Principal Program Manager

    Principal Program Manager for Microsoft Azure Scheduler, Logic Apps, Azure Resource Manager and other services.

  • Jeff Hollan

    Jeff Hollan

    Microsoft

  • Jeff Hollan

    Jeff Hollan

    Microsoft
    Program Manager

    Jeff Hollan is a Senior Program Manager on the Azure App Services team working with Logic Apps. He joined the team in July, and spent his first few years at Microsoft in IT working across Marketing, Partner, and Engineering services. He’s very passionate about data, integration, and the Internet of Things – which has definitely made his first few months in Logic Apps very enjoyable.


  • Vladimir Vinogradsky

    Vladimir Vinogradsky

    Microsoft

  • Vladimir Vinogradsky

    Vladimir Vinogradsky

    Microsoft
    Product Leader for Azure API Management

    I have been part of the software industry for more than 20 years, as a developer, software architect, technology evangelist, and product manager.

  • Dan Rosanova

    Dan Rosanova

    Microsoft

  • Dan Rosanova

    Dan Rosanova

    Microsoft
    Principal Program Manager Lead

    Principal Program Manager, Azure Core responsible for messaging services: Event Hubs, Service Bus, Relay. Career consultant before joining Microsoft in 2014. Dan has worked in the messaging space almost his entire career with a focus on large scale distributed systems. Industry experience in smart grid / meter, financial services, insurance, retail, logistics.


  • Paul Larsen

    Paul Larsen

    Microsoft

  • Paul Larsen

    Paul Larsen

    Microsoft
    Principal Program Manager

    Paul Larsen is a Principal Program Manager for the Microsoft Corporation in Redmond. Paul leads the Host Integration engineering team to deliver and support Azure, BizTalk, SQL, Office, and Windows connectors to existing IBM systems.

  • Derek Li

    Derek Li

    Microsoft

  • Derekli

    Derek Li

    Microsoft
    Program Manager

    Derek Li is a Program Manager, Azure Scheduler & Logic Apps. I focus on user experience, new user funnel health, and customer retention.


  • Matthew Farmer

    Matthew Farmer

    Microsoft

  • MFarmer

    Matthew Farmer

    Microsoft
    Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Azure

    Matt is a Senior Program Manager in Microsoft Azure, working with API Management. He has worked for Microsoft for 10 years; prior to joining the product team in 2016, he was Solution Architect in the UK, working with customers on Azure, app development and data insights.


  • Divya Swarnkar

    Divya Swarnkar

    Microsoft

  • Divya

    Divya Swarnkar

    Microsoft
    Senior Program Manager, Microsoft

    Divya is Program Manager in Enterprise Platform Services team driving Microsoft’s Integration strategy and migration of Integration services to Cloud (PaaS). Prior to this, she worked as a Software Engineer in .NET Framework team at Microsoft.


  • Miao Jiang

    Miao Jiang

    Microsoft

  • Miao

    Miao Jiang

    Microsoft
    Product management, Microsoft

    Divya is Program Manager in Enterprise Platform Services team driving Microsoft’s Integration strategy and migration of Integration services to Cloud (PaaS). Prior to this, she worked as a Software Engineer in .NET Framework team at Microsoft.


  • Bahram Banisadr

    Bahram Banisadr

    Microsoft

  • Bahram Banisadr

    Bahram Banisadr

    Microsoft
    Program Manager, Microsoft

  • Ashish Chhabria

    Ashish Chhabria

    Microsoft

  • Ashish Chhabria

    Ashish Chhabria

    Microsoft
    Product Manager, Microsoft

  • Mike Budzynski

    Mike Budzynski

    Microsoft

  • Mike Budzynski

    Mike Budzynski

    Microsoft
    Product Manager, Microsoft

  • Jon Levesque

    Jon Levesque

    Microsoft

  • Jon Levesque

    Jon Levesque

    Microsoft
    Senior Platform Evangelist, Microsoft

  • Saravana Kumar

    Saravana Kumar

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • Saravana Kumar

    Saravana Kumar

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Bootstrapped Entrepreneur. Founder of BizTalk360. Saravana is a Microsoft Integration MVP since 2007. In the year 2013, he was also awarded "Integration MVP of the Year 2013" by Microsoft. After getting frustrated seeing customers struggling with same challenges again and again when it comes to BizTalk server administration and operations, in 2010 he started a pet project to address some of the challenges, which slowly turned out into full blown commercial product with a 50 member team spread between UK and India. Right now there are about 600 companies worldwide using BizTalk360 to streamline their BizTalk server operations and monitoring.

  • Stephen W Thomas

    Stephen W Thomas

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • Stephen W Thomas

    Stephen W Thomas

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Stephen W. Thomas is an independent consultant who specializes in Microsoft Integration Technologies, specifically Microsoft Azure and Microsoft BizTalk Server, including Hybrid solutions, spanning on-premise and the cloud. He has been working with Microsoft Integration since 2002 and has delivered numerous Enterprise Solutions using both BizTalk Server and Azure Logic Apps.

  • Kent Weare

    Kent Weare

    Integration Expert

  • Kent Weare

    Kent Weare

    Integration Expert

    Kent Weare is a Senior Manager of Enterprise Architecture and Integration at Inter Pipeline. Prior to joining IPL, Kent worked at Microsoft as a Principal Program Manager on the Microsoft Flow team where he focused on Analytics, Governance, Security and Administration experiences. He is passionate about learning about disruptive technology and sharing these learnings as an Emerging Technology and Cloud Editor at InfoQ.com and is a co-host of Middleware Friday where he vlogs about recent integration challenges and solutions.

  • Steef-Jan Wiggers

    Steef-Jan Wiggers

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • Steef-Jan Wiggers

    Steef-Jan Wiggers

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Steef-Jan Wiggers is Azure Technology Consultant at Codit, is all in on Microsoft Azure, IoT, Integration, and Data Science. He has almost 20 years’ experience in a wide variety of scenarios such as custom .NET solution development, overseeing large enterprise integrations, designing and building API's and cloud solutions, managing projects, experimenting with data, SQL Server database administration, teaching and consulting. He is very active in the community as a blogger, book author, InfoQ editor, and global public speaker. For these efforts, Microsoft has recognized him as a Microsoft MVP for the past nine years.

  • Sandro Pereira

    Sandro Pereira

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • Sandro Pereira

    Sandro Pereira

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Currently, Sandro is working as Integration Team Lead at DevScope (www.devscope.net). In the past years, he has been working on implementing Integration scenarios both on-premise and cloud for various clients, each with different scenarios from a technical point of view, size and criticality, using Microsoft Azure (API Management, Logic Apps, Service Bus, Event Hubs, PowerApps, Flow, …), Microsoft BizTalk Server and different technologies like AS2, EDI, RosettaNet, SAP, TIBCO and so on.

    Sandro is very active in the BizTalk community as a blogger at his own blog (https://blog.sandropereira.com), as a member and a moderator on the MSDN BizTalk Server Forums, a TechNet Wiki author, a Code Gallery and a CodePlex and GitHub contributor, a member of the BizTalk Brazil community (http://biztalkbrasil.blogspot.ae), the NetPonto community (http://netponto.org), guest author at BizTalk360 (https://blogs.biztalk360.com/author/sandro), public speaker and technical reviewer of several BizTalk books all focused on Integration. He is also the author of the book “BizTalk Mapping Patterns & Best Practices” (https://www.biztalk360.com/biztalk-mapping-patterns).

  • Richard Seroter

    Richard Seroter

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • Richard Seroter

    Richard Seroter

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Richard Seroter is the VP of Product Marketing at Pivotal, with a master’s degree in Engineering from the University of Colorado. He’s also an 11-time Microsoft MVP for cloud, an instructor for developer-centric training company Pluralsight, the lead InfoQ.com editor for cloud computing, and author of multiple books. Richard maintains a regularly updated blog on topics of architecture and solution design and can be found on Twitter as @rseroter.

  • MichaelStephenson

    Michael Stephenson

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • MichaelStephenson

    Michael Stephenson

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Michael Stephenson is a Freelance Cloud Specialist and Architect with a strong background of years working in Enterprise Integration environments. Michael has been a Microsoft MVP for 10 years for technologies such as BizTalk Server and Microsoft Azure.

    Experience-wise, Michael has been fortunate enough to be the lead for the Azure adoption at two companies who made major investments in the Microsoft Cloud and has many years of experience in the maturity from first steps to the cloud, right through the maturity model to effective use of the cloud being a significant business differentiator.

    Michael has worked in several industries including Finance, Healthcare, Higher Education and SME among others. His work in Higher Education was widely recognised by Microsoft and lead to him showcasing a customer case study in the keynote of the UCISA conference a few years ago.

  • Wagner Silveira

    Wagner Silveira

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • Wagner Silveira

    Wagner Silveira

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Wagner Silveira is the Principal Integration Architect at Theta and a Microsoft Azure MVP. He also holds a Microsoft Certified Solution Associate in Cloud Platform (MCSA), and a Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist (MCTS) in BizTalk Server 2010 certifications.

    Originally from Brazil, Wagner have been working in integration projects using Microsoft Technologies since coming to New Zealand in 2002, using products like BizTalk Server, SQL Server, .NET Framework, WCF and lately Azure Cloud Integration technologies like Logic Apps, Service Bus, Azure Functions and API Management, creating award winning solutions.

    Wagner is an active member of the Auckland Connected Systems User Group (ACSUG), MSDN Forums and one of the organizers of New Zealand community events like Integration Saturday and Global Integration Bootcamp - Auckland, as well as presenter in the Global Azure Bootcamp - Auckland.

  • Eldert Grootenboer

    Eldert Grootenboer

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • Wagner Silveira

    Eldert Grootenboer

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Eldert can be described as an Azure MVP, Cloud Solution Architect, blogger, public speaker and technical author. He is mainly focused on Azure, Cloud, Enterprise Integration and IoT and has been involved in many innovative projects around these technologies. In his spare time Eldert likes to be active in the community and can often be found working with and speaking about the latest technologies.

  • Dan Toomey

    Dan Toomey

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • Dan Toomey

    Dan Toomey

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Dan is a Senior Integration Specialist for Deloitte as well as a Microsoft Azure MVP, a Microsoft Certified Solution Expert in Cloud Platform (MCSE), a Microsoft Certified Azure Developer (MCPD), and a Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist (MCTS) in BizTalk Server 2010. He’s also a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and a published Pluralsight author. He is a frequent speaker at Australian community events, including the Brisbane Azure User Group, the Global Integration Bootcamp, the Global Azure Bootcamp, Xamarin Dev Days, API Days (Melbourne) and the Brisbane BizTalk User Group, which he founded in 2005. He has also presented twice at INTEGRATE in London, as well as at Microsoft Tech Summit and at Microsoft Ignite in Australia. Dan has authored two courses for Pluralsight and is an active blogger at http://www.mindovermessaging.com.

  • Martin Abbott

    Martin Abbott

    Microsoft Azure MVP

  • Martin Abbott

    Martin Abbott

    Microsoft Azure MVP

    Martin is an experienced Cloud Solution Architect and Microsoft Azure MVP and most recently has been working with the Internet of Things to help organisations deliver strategic change through the implementation of services around devices and data. As a systems integrator first and foremost, he sees IoT as just another integration problem and loves being able to help organisations see the possible outcomes through the entire IoT value chain.

    He is one of the organisers of the Global Azure Bootcamp, Global Integration Bootcamp and Integration Down Under, along with running the Perth Azure User Group. Martin co-authored the “Robust Cloud Integration with Azure” book.

    He is based in Perth, Western Australia where he loves spending time down the beach because there are so many of them to experience.

  • Sean Feldman

    Sean Feldman

    Solutions Architect

  • Sean Feldman

    Sean Feldman

    Solutions Architect

    Sean Feldman is a Solutions Architect at Particular Software, the makers of NServiceBus. He is also an advisor to Microsoft's Azure teams as well as an Azure MVP. He likes tinkering with various Azure-related services and is in seventh heaven when cloud and distributed technologies are combined. When he's away from his computer and back on planet earth, he loves spending time with his family and going for walks with his dog. Catch him on Twitter @sfeldman or read more of his thoughts at weblogs.asp.net/sfeldman

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Agenda

24th June

07:30 to 08:45
Registration
08:45 to 09:00
Integrate 2019 - Welcome Speech
Saravana Kumar
Integrate 2019 - Welcome Speech

In this session, Saravana Kumar will welcome the gathering and give a brief talk on what's in store for the next 3 days at INTEGRATE 2019.

09:00 to 10:00
Keynote
Jon Fancey
Keynote - The Microsoft Integration Platform

Integration is at the heart today's digital businesses providing agility and flexibility translating directly to competitive advantage. With organizations needing to span enterprise and consumer spaces from line of business applications to mobile apps, APIs and more the integration agenda has moved from the backroom to the boardroom. Microsoft kicks off 3 days of conversation to arm you with the skills, context and knowledge to conquor the new integration frontier.

10:00 to 10:45
Logic Apps update
Kevin Lam
Introduction to Logic Apps

Logic Apps is scalable, serverless, hybrid integration. In this session learn more about Logic Apps and why more and more companies are choosing Logic Apps as the integration platform to run their business on. In this session, we will provide an overview of Logic Apps' capability, use demos to showcase its unique features and help you explore how Logic Apps can help your business to be more successful.

10:45 to 11:15
Break
11:15 to 12:00
Serverless enterprise patterns with Functions and Logic Apps
Jeff Hollan
Azure Functions role in integration workloads

Azure Functions are serverless code in the cloud. The scale, pricing, and agility benefits make a great addition to any integrators toolbox. Come learn from the Azure Functions product team updates, patterns, and best practices for Azure Functions in integration.

12:00 to 12:30
API Management: Update
Vlad Vinogradsky
API Management: Update

After a quick level set on why and what of API Management we will talk about exciting TBA new stuff we shipped since last Integrate and our plans for the future

12:30 to 13:30
Lunch
13:30 to 14:00
The Value of Hybrid Integration
Paul Larsen
The Value of Hybrid Integration

Most customers have decades of on-premises resources from data to apps to mainframes that have tremendous value in modern cloud-native apps as well. In this session we’ll cover what’s new in BizTalk Server vNext as well as new capabilities for extending on-premises deployments to the cloud with Logic Apps where you’ll get a solid understanding of our hybrid IBM connectivity capabilities and roadmap in this demo-filled session.

14:00 to 14:30
Event hubs update
Dan Rosanova
Eventing, Serverless, and the Extensible Enterprise

“Serverless” computing describes the latest wave of (cloud-) application platform technologies, where the complete responsibility for running and scaling the platform infrastructure hosting the application code is taken on by a cloud provider. The greatest upside of “serverless” platforms is that they provide an architectural harness that enables more developers to build highly scalable applications, and ready-made tooling to operate them. Serverless apps are increasingly interconnected with eventing and messaging infrastructures that take care of robust, high-scale data flows into and between app services and functions. In this talk, Clemens Vasters, Messaging Architect at Microsoft and standards architect working on OASIS AMQP and CNCF CloudEvents, will discuss the role of events and messaging in “serverless” and how the combination enables “the extensible enterprise” – enabling businesses to rapidly build and run extensions to their core application portfolios with minimal complexity.

14:30 to 15:00
Service Bus update
Bahram Banisadr
Eventing, Serverless, and the Extensible Enterprise

“Serverless” computing describes the latest wave of (cloud-) application platform technologies, where the complete responsibility for running and scaling the platform infrastructure hosting the application code is taken on by a cloud provider. The greatest upside of “serverless” platforms is that they provide an architectural harness that enables more developers to build highly scalable applications, and ready-made tooling to operate them. Serverless apps are increasingly interconnected with eventing and messaging infrastructures that take care of robust, high-scale data flows into and between app services and functions. In this talk, Clemens Vasters, Messaging Architect at Microsoft and standards architect working on OASIS AMQP and CNCF CloudEvents, will discuss the role of events and messaging in “serverless” and how the combination enables “the extensible enterprise” – enabling businesses to rapidly build and run extensions to their core application portfolios with minimal complexity.

15:00 to 15:30
Break
15:30 to 16:00
How Microsoft IT does Integration
Mike Bizub
The Reactive Cloud: Azure Event Grid

Reactive programming has changed the way we develop user experiences and now it will change the way we develop cloud applications with cross service, cross cloud, and cross organization capabilities. This session will dive deep into Azure Event Grid and showcase common use cases and provide a roadmap for where we see this service going.

16:00 to 16:30
Enterprise Logic Apps
Divya Swarnkar
Enterprise Integration using Logic Apps

Logic apps is built for mission-critical enterprise integration and through the power of our serverless platform-as-a-service, getting better all the time. Learn how we bring amazing capability and flexibility to our customers enabling enterprise integrations across core business systems such as Dynamics 365, SAP and Oracle as well as line of business applications - whereever they reside. We'll focus on new features and improvements, with plenty of demos to inspire you!

16:30 to 17:15
Microsoft Flow
Matthew Farmer
Microsoft Flow in the Enterprise

The Microsoft Flow service has grown significantly in the past year from both an adoption and feature perspective. In this session, Kent will provide an update on some of the new capabilities that exist within Flow including new first party integrations with popular SaaS applications.

17:15 to 17:45
Azure Messaging Crossroads
Sean Feldman
Azure Messaging Crossroads

You've decided to develop in Azure and now need to make a decision on the messaging technology. You have multiple options to choose from: Storage Queues, Service Bus, Event Grid, Event Hubs, etc. Which technology should you use? How do you pick the right one if they all deal with messages? Is your head spinning yet?

This session will help you answer these questions and show you when to use each technology, so you can pick the right one for the right problem at hand.

17:45 to 19:30
Networking Reception

25th June

09:00 to 09:45
5 tips for production ready Azure Functions
Jeff Hollan
Microsoft IT (CSE) use of Logic Apps for Enterprise Integration

Microsoft IT (CSE) will share our progress, experience and learnings on running production workloads on Azure logic apps and also moving critical business functions such as our Volume Licensing and Supply Chain processing on Logic Apps.

09:45 to 10:25
API Management: deep dive - Part 1
Miao Jiang
API Management: deep dive - Part 1

Closer look at an exciting TBA new feature.

10:25 to 11:05
Event Grid update
Ashish Chhabria
Event Grid update

Understand the capabilities of Event Grid and eventing patterns.

11:05 to 11:35
Break
11:35 to 12:15
Bullet-proof Logic Apps
Derek Li
Logic Apps Patterns & Best Practices

Integration comes with different shape and forms. Come and learn tried-and-true workflow patterns, best practises, tips and tricks to help you build Logic Apps that are modular, performant, easy to debug & maintain. In this session, we will discuss how to implement parallel executions, exception handling, retries, and advanced messaging patterns.

12:15 to 13:00
API Management: deep dive - Part 2
Mike Budzynski
API Management: deep dive - Part 2

Closer look at an exciting TBA new feature.

13:00 to 14:00
Lunch
14:00 to 14:40
Making Azure Integration Services Real
Matthew Farmer
Microsoft Integration Roadmap

Where we’re going next

14:40 to 15:20
What's there & what's coming in BizTalk360 & Serverless360
Saravana Kumar
What's there & what's coming in BizTalk360 & Serverless360

Saravana Kumar will walk you through the different features that have come in to the BizTalk360 and Serverless360 products since the last year INTEGRATE event. Saravana will be demonstrating the newest features as well, and giving a sneak peek into what's coming into the product over the next few months.

15:20 to 16:00
Supercharging BizTalk Server using Azure Integrations Technologies
Stephen W Thomas
Supercharging BizTalk Server using Azure Integrations Technologies

BizTalk Server is an on-premise powerhouse for processing messages! Last year Stephen talked about how to get more from your on-prem BizTalk Server by using features in Azure. This session will build on those concepts and take a look at how to supercharge your BizTalk Server for working with complex integration scenarios.

16:00 to 16:30
Break
16:30 to 17:10
Azure Logic Apps vs Microsoft Flow, why not both?
Kent Weare
Azure Logic Apps vs Microsoft Flow, why not both?

In this session, Kent will discuss how his integration practice includes both Azure Logic Apps and Microsoft Flow. You will learn how Inter pipeline has learned to choose the right tool for the job and found that there is room for both services within the enterprise.

17:10 to 17:50
BizTalk Server Fast & Loud Part II: Optimizing BizTalk
Sandro Pereira
BizTalk Server Fast & Loud Part II: Optimizing BizTalk

Following the success of one of Sandro's previous presentations at Integrate, Sandro decided to go deep on this hardcore BizTalk topic: Optimizing your BizTalk Server. This session will allow you to gain a better view on how to optimize BizTalk Server for better performance in all phases: your teams proactivity, your code, your environment and your goals. Once again, this is a very extensive and complex topic and there is no magic formula you can apply to solve all your problems. This presentation will aim to guide you through some of the most important steps, operations, tasks and best practices that you need to do or be aware of, in order to boost the performance of your BizTalk Server projects and that you can adjust or follow according to your needs.

26th June

09:00 to 09:45
IoT is also an Integration Problem
Martin Abbott
IoT is also an Integration Problem

Most people think of IoT as devices and data analytics, and whilst these are key aspects of a solution, taking action as a result of gathered insight is critical.

In this session, Martin will look at how you can leverage the Microsoft Azure Integration Services to build a fully functional IoT solution, from alerting to direct device feedback, using Logic Apps, Azure Functions and Service Bus.

Understanding the health of the solution is equally important, and for this Martin will show how you can use Serverless360 to gain a holistic view of the solution and get updated when things go awry.

09:45 to 10:25
Four Scenarios for Using an ISE
Dan Toomey
Four Scenarios for Using an ISE

The new Integration Service Environment offering is a game changer in the Microsoft Azure integration space. With dedicated resources and VNET support, ISE opens up new possibilities for serverless iPaaS in connecting to on-premise, Azure, and SaaS services. This session will cover just a few scenarios that ISE makes possible.

10:25 to 11:05
What's there & what's coming in Atomic Scope
Saravana Kumar
What's there & what's coming in Atomic Scope

Saravana Kumar will walk you through the different features that have come in to the Atomic Scope since the last year INTEGRATE event. Saravana will be demonstrating the newest features as well, and giving a sneak peek into what's coming into the product over the next few months.

11:05 to 11:35
Break
11:35 to 12:15
Modernizing Integrations
Richard Seroter
Modernizing Integrations

Software is always evolving. But there's a noticeable effort by large companies to modernize large portions of their existing software. While that involves the application and data tiers, it also impacts integrations. In this talk, Richard looks at why companies are modernizing software, why you should modernize your integrations, the patterns you should employ, and the technologies that play a big part. At the end of this talk, you'll have a good sense for what you should focus on in the year(s) ahead!

12:15 to 12:55
From Small Business to Enterprise with a Cloud Integration Platform
Michael Stephenson
From Small Business to Enterprise with a Cloud Integration Platform

The cloud, serverless and consumption based pricing has enabled small business to use the same technologies that a big business is using in enterprise IT. This means that it is possible for a small business, with the right knowledge and skills, to build solutions which take advantage of the latest technology and to pivot and react to changes in a way that gives them an advantage over larger enterprises. In this case we will look at a simulation of a retail scenario showing how you could leverage Azure to solve real world problems and create a solution of which bigger competitors would be envious of. In this session Mike will look at how a small online retailer using Shopify can develop and grow its store front and back office operations using technologies like Logic Apps, Functions, Service Bus, Power Apps, Power BI, Microsoft Teams.

12:55 to 13:45
Lunch
13:45 to 14:25
Monitoring Cloud- and Hybrid Integration Solution Challenges
Steef-Jan Wiggers
Monitoring Cloud- and Hybrid Integration Solution Challenges

The Microsoft Azure Platform offers you various integration focused services such as Logic Apps, Service Bus, Functions, Event Grid and Event Hubs. As you deploy them as a composed solution in a production environment, you will need to monitor them. Monitoring hybrid or cloud integration solutions will bring new challenges, and in this session, we will explore them and what options are available for monitoring these Azure components in various use-cases.

14:25 to 15:00
Cloud architecture recipes for the Enterprise
Eldert Grootenboer
Cloud architecture recipes for the Enterprise

Azure offers a wide range of services, with which we can build powerful solutions. But how do we know which services to choose, and how to combine them to create even better architectures? In this session, we will take a look at several real life scenarios, and you will learn how to solve these by leveraging the power of Azure.

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