Tampa – Microsoft Global Azure Bootcamp Weekend of April 22
Join #gleonardo, #ccognetta hosting TampaDev and IT Pro’s have teamed up to provide our first ever DevOps event!
Welcome to Global Azure Bootcamp! Around the world user groups and communities want to learn about Azure and Cloud Computing! On April 22, 2017, all communities will come together once again in the fifth great Global Azure Bootcamp event! Each user group will organize their own one day deep dive class on Azure the way they see fit and how it works for their members. The result is that thousands of people get to learn about Azure and join together online under the social hashtag #GlobalAzure!
We will have presentations from Kevin Wolfe, John Wang, Chris Cognetta, and Greg Leonardo on a variety of topics. We will start the day with general Azure topics, what’s new, and exciting hot topics like:
DevOps and Azure
In order to stay two steps ahead of the competition for market share, many companies have begun to fundamentally shift how they work in order to increase the velocity with which they build, test and release software. What originally started from the agile movement is now evolving into a new philosophical way of working: DevOps. So, what is DevOps?
About Greg Leonardo:
I have been working in the IT industry since my time in the military. I’m a developer, teacher, speaker, and early adopter. I have worked in many facets of IT through out my career. I am a Cloud Architect consultant for my company called Webonology. I’m president of TampaDev, a community meetup, that runs #TampaCC, Azure User Group, Azure Medics, and various technology events throughout Tampa.
IoT is the latest buzz word. As with any technology there is hype and there is reality. In this talk Kevin D. Wolf, Windows Hardware Engineering MVP, will give you a grounds up overview of the reality of IoT, starting from where the data comes from, devices and sensors (The Things). To how this works in the Cloud (The Internet) within Azure. Windows Azure plays a huge part of the Internet of things but without Devices and Sensors you don’t have IoT, we will provide a baseline understanding of these so the Cloud and Azure will make more sense.
About Kevin D. Wolf:
Kevin’s company Software Logistics was started in 2001 with a primary focus of providing custom software development consulting services. Software Logistics primary focus is delivering mobile apps that run on Windows, iOS and Android. Kevin’s company is also building an azure based IoT solution called NuvIoT to be released the second half of 2017.
Introduction to Azure IoT Hub
This session will provide an overview of Azure IoT Hub. Azure IoT Hub provides the device-to-cloud and cloud-to-device messaging capabilities and acts as the gateway to the cloud and the other key IoT Suite services. The service enables you to receive messages from your devices at scale, and send commands to your devices.
About John Wang:
John Wang is a Back-end .NET Developer. Currently, his interests are IoT, services, cloud computing, virtualization, Powershell and SQL topics. He is an active participant and speaker in the technical community of Tampa Bay area.