Nebraska.Code() Sessions tagged azure

Architecting a Serverless IoT application on Microsoft Azure

In this session, we'll work together to design and implement an end-to-end IoT solution using Microsoft Azure, a Raspberry Pi, and a hair dryer. In true cloud-native fashion, we'll use pure platform-as-a-service (PaaS) components - no VMs allowed! Audience participation is encouraged as we will discuss tradeoffs, design, and scale issues while taking this journey together.

Speaker

Jim O`Neil

Jim O`Neil

Senior Architect, Insight

HardKnock Life Of Startups

How I took an Idea to company, which revenued +100k in its first eight months.

This talk will be on our infrastructure, client accusation, coding practices, and the soft skills of managing a young startup.

Speaker

George Parker

George Parker

CTO, Strength Coach Pro

Build an API in Azure without using any code

Do we have to be a programmer to build an API? How to build an API in less time? Could a Data/Infrastucture engineer build an API?

Yes, it's possible

Azure provides lots of services to build serverless solutions. In this session I would like to take an enterprise requirement for designing an API without writing code using Azure services in a managed way, allowing to take control through policies, add security, insights, provide decoupling between frontend and backend. We can enrich our services with capabilities like caching, throttling, advanced security, and even protocol and data translations.

Speaker

Karthik Nallajalla

Karthik Nallajalla

Software Developer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska

Permit to Cloud - Land with confidence in Azure

An application is an idea that has code, data and infrastructure, and choosing whether to build a conveyor belt or to put up guard rails along the path is important in maintaining velocity to the cloud. In this session, we explore the tools available in Azure for creating and enforcing governance policy, standards and infrastructure, including Azure resource template technologies and Bicep, Azure blueprints, as well as DevOps processes including GitHub Actions that you can use to ensure your cloud journey is predictable, secure and compliant. We’ll see how the tools work and share best practices for maturing your cloud journey.

Where's my Stuff? Exploring data options in Azure

Data is the currency of tomorrow, and with the explosion of IoT, edge devices, cloud computing and cheap storage it's never been more important to define and build around a solid data architecture. The tools of yesterday brought us to where we are, but the relational engine is not your only choice. In this session we look at storage options, including Relational, NoSQL and Document databases including SQL Azure, Cosmos DB and Azure Storage, and show pros and cons of each. We walk thru converting a real application from using SQL Server to using storage options in the cloud, including SQL Database, table storage and Cosmos DB. We see how to leverage storage patterns to make the most out of our investment in the cloud.