Expert Talks - Azure Developer

This track contains a collection of expert talks recorded by Azure Developer Experts.
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6h 22m
Expert Talk
Apr 28 2020
1h 7m

For ASP.NET Core Developers, this expert talk dives into the integration options for Server-Side Web Application and the OAuth Authorization Code Grant workflow. The session will also cover how to declare API Scope for custom WebAPI and assign Web App permission to invoke WebAPI Operations.

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Azure Loves Terraform Loves Azure
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Optimizing cloud deployments means using Infrastructure as Code; for AWS, it means CloudFormation, for Azure it means ARM templates. But what if you have a multi-cloud strategy? Yes, it means you need to become an expert on each of these cloud tools. Not efficient obviously. And that's where third-p...

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Expert Talk
Jun 9 2020
1h

Azure Durable Function supports long running business workflow by serializing runtime data during Await operations. In this session, we will go over common Azure Durable Function use cases with C# code to better understand how Azure Durable Function can be used to solve idle-loop challenges.

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Apr 27 2020
1h 54m

Building cloud native is a whole new paradigm compared to on-premises capabilities. Microsoft Azure's platform as a service (PaaS) offerings allow you to quickly build scalable and highly available applications in a fraction of the time then you could before. In this expert talk, we will explore bes...

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Demystifying Containers for Beginners
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In this expert talk, Andrew Conniff Senior Cloud Solution Architect for Opsgility, will walk you through the foundations of container technologies and terminology and explain how containers are being used in common cloud based-based workloads.

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