Jason’s Session Picks for Microsoft Ignite 2017
During Episode 15 of the podcast Jason made his session picks for Microsoft Ignite 2017. Here are his picks:
Office 365, SharePoint, & OneDrive:
Accelerate your digital transformation with SharePoint and OneDrive
Dan Holme, Jeff Teper, Omar Shahine
Session Code: BRK2184
Learn how new and upcoming SharePoint and OneDrive innovations empower people and organizations to share with confidence, transform business processes, engage employees, and harness collective knowledge from anywhere, on virtually any device. During this must-see session, Microsoft Corporate Vice President Jeff Teper, Office, SharePoint and OneDrive, shares the latest innovations and roadmap for content management and collaboration as well as how customers are creating more connected workplaces leveraging Office 365, Windows, and Microsoft Azure.
Support data residency in global organizations with multi-geo support for SharePoint and OneDrive
Sesha Mani, Bill Baer
Session Code: BRK3236
One of the key strengths of SharePoint and Microsoft OneDrive are their inherent resilience and ubiquity: a well planned architecture ensures your data resides in multiple locations, providing resilience and the ability to serve data to partners, customers, and employees wherever they happen to be. In this session we introduce new multi-geo capabilities that allow you to meet your data sovereignty needs and ensure compliance with residency requirements.
Learn from MVPs: Panel discussion on all things SharePoint and OneDrive
Alistair Pugin, Spencer Harbar, Laura Rogers, Wictor Wilen
Session Code: BRK2247
SharePoint MVPs talk about Microsoft SharePoint and OneDrive across the board, be it within Office 365, in Microsoft Azure, on-premises and certainly hybrid. Via a panel Q&A format, these MVP experts expose how online and hybrid improvements increase both deployment scenarios and value. This session is designed to help ITIs and ITDMs find the right cloud formula to deploy based on practical business and technical considerations. This is a must-not-miss session for any IT pro!
Datacenter transformation – a roadmap for platforms, processes, and people
Session Code: BRK3378
Cloud adoption opens a new opportunity for IT pros to play a strategic role in the future of the business by ensuring hybrid cloud assets are secure and well managed. To effectively manage cloud born assets, it’s key to understand how application architectures are evolving through innovations in the cloud platform. Get some advice for how IT practitioners can not only stay relevant, but thrive today while getting ahead of a rapidly changing ecosystem. Join Jeffrey Snover, Technical Fellow, to understand how you can innovate and drive business results faster using Microsoft Azure.
Azure Compute: New features and roadmap
Session Code: BRK3085
A can’t-miss DEMO HEAVY session for everyone working with or considering their strategy for the cloud! We take a look at some of the newest features and upcoming capabilities in the Azure Compute platform. We show some new sizes, new experiences, and new integration technology available during Microsoft Ignite or coming soon across VMs, Azure Service Fabric, Azure Container Service, Azure Functions, and more.
Azure security and management for hybrid environments
Session Code: BRK2405
As organizations continue their digital transformation to the cloud, they are faced with the need to secure and manage resources across hybrid environment. Join this session to learn how Azure security and management services help you address these challenges without any secondary tools, and increase agility for your business. Jeremy Winter, Partner Director in Azure Security and Operations Management, will share the new and upcoming technologies to secure and manage your workloads wherever they are.
What’s new in Azure Active Directory Domain Services
Session Code: BRK3295
Azure AD Domain Services enables you to effectively administer your Azure virtual machines by joining them to a fully managed Active Directory domain in Microsoft Azure. You do not have to worry about deploying, managing, patching, or monitoring domain controllers and can focus on running your workloads in Azure. Users can sign in using their Active Directory credentials and can access resources seamlessly. Azure AD Domain Services provides Group Policy, an easy, familiar way to apply and enforce security baselines on all of your Azure virtual machines. See what’s new in Azure AD Domain Services and explore how you can leverage this service to secure your Azure virtual machines.
Modernize your customer identity management with Azure Active Directory B2C
Session Code: BRK2276
Getting your customers to seamlessly sign-up or sign-in to an application is paramount to its success. Achieving this at scale while following constantly evolving security practices is hard. Come and learn about Azure AD B2C, an enterprise-grade customer identity and access management service, and how it allows you to easily secure your consumer-facing (or citizen-facing) web and mobile applications. No matter where your users live, reach them with customizable user experiences that allow your users to sign-up/sign-in with social accounts such as Facebook or Google, or new accounts in the application.
Understanding hybrid identity, authentication, and authorization with Microsoft Azure Stack
Session Code: BRK4011
Join us for a discussion on hybrid identity and learn how apps can authenticate consistently with Microsoft Azure and Azure Stack. We cover APIs and methods to connect to an Azure instance regardless of whose datacenter it is running on!
PowerShell Unplugged with Jeffrey Snover and Don Jones
Jeffrey Snover, Don Jones
Session Code: BRK3128
Join Jeffrey Snover, the inventor of PowerShell, and Don Jones for their annual PowerShell update. During this talk, you will learn about the latest and coolest PowerShell features to help you automate and manage the hybrid cloud. The focus of this year’s talk is on the PowerShell community, and how it is embracing open-source and transformative change and producing awesome tools.
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