With Day 1 of the event rolled up, the platform was all set for the next day of the event. Day 2 of Integrate 2020 has been one roller-coaster experience for the attendees with some amazing sessions and certainly, loads of updates from the Microsoft Product Team and MVPs. So, for those who missed it out, make use of this blog.
In this session, Dan highlighted the benefits of event-driven application design in a cloud-connected world, and also on how to leverage reactive programming on platforms such as Azure Event Grid and other serverless technologies to build extensible and resilient distributed architectures that scale.
In this session, Samuel guided through network configuration, load balancing and alternatives for clustering SQL Server, BizTalk Server and MSDTC.
Get to know the most important aspects for achieving optimal governance and security of Microsoft Azure along with some of the best practice strategies and options in the field.
Discover Microsoft’s offering in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Integration and how it relates to monitoring straight from the expert himself.
Get to know several integration use case with Static Web Apps, Premium and VNet, Custom Language Handler, Durable Functions straight from the expert.
Deep dive into multiple use cases on how different industry verticals are building their sustainable cloud-native applications using different Microsoft Integration technologies.
Get a detailed outlook on how you can lift, shift and modernize your architecture with Azure Service Bus, as it unlocks and extends its cloud native enterprise messaging PaaS to established Java and Spring ecosystems!
As the title suggests, Miao unwrapped on how to best monitor your APIs and also did a quick run down of some of the problems your APIs may encounter
Explore various advantages Azure Arc provides across the environments along with a brief on Azure Arc for Kubernetes
In this talk, Wagner discussed on the technologies available in Azure for Messaging and which one you should be using when trying to implement classic messaging patterns.
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