Connecting Stuff to Azure, and What Happens Along the Way
From cars, to thermostats, through media players and embedded controllers, devices are being connected to the Internet at a furious pace. To share information, publish telemetry, provide global visibility, or just to have someone to talk to, cloud services need to connect devices and information at a massive scale. This session will discuss and demonstrate and coding practices (with a healthy dose of anti-patterns) from live Azure customers, with a focus on scalability and availability in an occasionally connected world.
Mark Simms is a Principal Group Program Manager on the Microsoft Azure Customer Advisory Team, helping customers build out the largest services and applications on Azure. He is currently focused on scalability and availability patterns for building Internet of Things applications. Prior to joining Microsoft, Mark was the CTO of a mobile application startup, working on everything from embedded digital design to live site operations for a SaaS platform.
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