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Bot-Tender: A Chat Bot Walks into a Bar
Chat bots are a rising and exciting new way to interact with your users and engage them wherever they are. You most probably have a web site and you might have a mobile application. But do you have a chat bot? Be it in Slack, Skype, Facebook or anywhere else – your users are already there, so why not allow them to interact with your service directly from there in a human, natural way?
In this session you’ll get to know the Microsoft Bot Framework and the Azure Bot Service, as we use them to build a real live bot bartender on stage and tackle all of the development issues one by one.
Architecting Multitenant SaaS Applications with Azure
Multitenancy is a software architecture pattern in which a single instance of software serves multiple groups of users (known as tenants or organizations). Many modern SaaS applications use this pattern to serve their customers with maximum efficiency while maintaining operational costs low. But how do you build a multitenant application right? How do you secure one tenant’s information from another tenant’s users? How do you keep operational costs low? How do you monitor and manage this stuff?
In this session you will gain architecture practices for architecting multitenant SaaS applications, learnt from migrating real applications to the cloud so that you won’t have to learn them the hard way, with implementation tips and tricks on Azure.
This Windows Developer Gets a Container! That Windows Developer Gets a Container!! Everybody Gets a Container!!!
Docker containers are all the rage nowadays. But what about all of us Windows developers? In this session I’ll show you what are Windows Containers and how to use them to easily package and deploy your Windows applications, services and IIS apps using standard and familiar Docker tools.