Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Linux Containers on Azure- March 8th, 2018 New York
March 08, 2018
Delivering Modern Cloud Native Applications with Open-Source Technologies on Azure
SNP will be co-presenting with the Microsoft Global Black Belt team on March 8th, 2018 for an interactive deep dive workshop on containers, microservices, Kubernetes and the Azure platform. This hands-on all-day session will be delivered by some of our best Microsoft Engineers and Partners to help our customers build and deliver cloud-native applications in Azure. We will spend much of the day doing hands-on work in a Hackfest-style workshop.
This workshop will focus on two scenarios:
Container Orchestration & Deployment
We will explore multiple orchestration options and approaches as well as management and monitoring considerations. Advanced topics will include persistent data storage options as well as integration for log management. We will also dive into interesting new scenarios leveraging advanced Azure services.
Containerizing Existing Applications
Developers are looking for ways to build applications quickly and with easier deployment capabilities. Infrastructure architects are interested in increasing server density and isolation between applications. A great solution for both audiences is containerization on Azure. We will explore best practices for containerizing your existing application as well as image registries and integration with CI/CD tooling.
The Workshop content presumes a 300-level of architectural expertise of infrastructure and solutions design in this domain (even if on another platform). We suggest attendees take the Microsoft Azure Essentials course as a prerequisite if unfamiliar with Azure.
- Azure Container Services
- Azure Kubernetes
- Azure Cloud Services
- Software Developers & Architects
- Infrastructure Architects
- System Administrators
- Technical IT Managers
Microsoft Office - New York
11 Times Square
New York, NY 10036
March 8th, 2018
8:30 am to 5:00 pm
For further information about the workshop, Connect with SNP Technologies.