At most recent Boston Azure meeting I give (what turns out to be…) the first part of a multi-part talk on Running Azure Securely. Even though I did not cover all this content, I’ve attached the whole powerpoint deck below.
Please watch for a Part II to be scheduled.
At the 29th Boston Code Camp, I spoke about Running Securely on Azure. Thanks to all of you who waited patiently for the A/V hookup challenges to be overcome.
Slides are here:
On Tuesday evening 27-Mar-2018 I had the pleasure of speaking to the Nashville Azure group about keeping workloads safe in the Azure cloud. Was a great group with a lot of interesting questions and dialog. They even helped to answer each others’ questions when I didn’t have answers, which is the best outcome of all.
For those interested in the deck I used, please find it below.
Spoke today to a small crowd of hardy soles who braved the snow to make it to SQL Saturday 694 – Providence – held at nearby Bryant University in Smithfield.
My slides are included below.
Azure SQL DB – Not Just A Cloud Version of SQL Server – SQL Saturday RI – 09-Dec-2017
We first looked at how we might solve a random StackOverflow question using Azure Logic Apps, Azure Function Apps, the nifty PhantomJsCloud.com service, and a look at how a little Cognitive Service action could be woven in. A random walk around other Azure features followed. Some reactions were memorable – my favorite, because I completely agree: Why would I ever want to run my own SharePoint instance when the Office 365 service is available? And a bunch of other good questions.
This past weekend I participated in SQL Saturday BI Boston in Burlington, MA. I spoke about Azure SQL Database, explaining why Azure SQL Database is much more than just a hosted version of SQL Server. The slides I presented are here:
If you are local, you may be interested in learning more about Azure by checking out @bostonazure and bostonazure.org. You can find me on twitter here: @codingoutloud.
Tonight I spoke at the North Boston Azure group and covering serverless concepts by looking at Logic Apps, Function Apps, and a couple of powerful/easy features of Web Apps (authentication via AAD/Twitter & CD via Github).
Before I posted the slides (see below), I needed to clean up the 1000+ emails I spammed myself with from my Logic App demo. (Doh!)
The slides are available for review here: