VCC10: Getting started with Azure Marketplace

Today I had the opportunity to speak at Vermont Code Camp 10, VT. The topic was Getting Started with Azure Market Place, this section includes complete walk-thru of publishing virtual machine and web app offerings to the azure market place. Meeting URL https://2018.vtcodecamp.org/sessions/#59537 The Deck click here see to all my decks Talk Description In […]

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Global Azure Boot Camp 2018: Azure Functions and Serverless

Boston Global Azure Bootcamp https://bostonazurebootcamp.com/2018/Sessions Agenda for this session includes deep hands-on learning on Azure functions (“serverless”, event-driven functions) 1. Introduction 2. Supported operating systems and languages 3. Building and deploying azure functions (using VS and directly from Portal) 4. Durable functions in azure functions 5. Other cloud vendor’s serverless computing 6. Hands-on lab You […]

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BCC29: Data Encryption using Azure Storage Service

Boston Code Camp 29, https://www.bostoncodecamp.com/CC29/sessions/details/16639 Session Materials: https://www.slideshare.net/UdaiappaRamachandran/data-encryption-azure-storage-service In this talk, we’ll explore different possible of encryption techniques that you can apply to secure your data and comparison with other cloud vendors and offering on storage encryption. The talk includes slides and sample codes prior to the session.

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BCC29: Build smarter productivity apps using Microsoft Graph

Boston Code Camp 29, https://www.bostoncodecamp.com/CC29/sessions/details/16640 Session Materials: https://www.slideshare.net/UdaiappaRamachandran In this talk, we’ll explore how to build apps using Microsoft Graph API to connect to the data that drives productivity – mail, calendar, contacts, documents, directory, devices, and more. Talk includes slides and sample codes prior to session.

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BOSTON AZURE USER GROUP: Cloud Storage (Windows Azure Blob and Amazon S3) – Boston Azure User Group

On June 27, I had the privilege of speaking at the Boston Azure User Group in Boston, MA. The topic covered a in-depth discussion of Azure Blob Storage and Amazon S3.  It was an very interactive session with lots of great questions from the attendees.  The topics that we covered Storage Overview Azure Blob Storage […]

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NHDN Cloud Computing discussion – extreme performance

Today’s NHDN Cloud computing UG Lance gave excellent over view of Extreme performance uisng CQRS model. Abstract: How high volume sites commit so many transactions and serve so many customers.  CQRS Command and Query Responsibility Segregation.  In the simplest form, it is a pattern where the developer has a different model for their writes versus […]

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NHDN- Cloud computing [Azure Traffic Manager]

NHDN-CloudComputing, February 15th, 6.00 PM – 8.15 PM Presenter: Udaiappa Ramachandran Topic: Windows Azure – Traffic Manager & Advanced Web role settings Abstract: Windows Azure Traffic Manager enables you to manage and distribute incoming traffic to your Windows Azure hosted services whether they are deployed in the same data center or in different centers across […]

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