Azure Cosmos DB with Mark Brown

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Mark Brown, Microsoft veteran and Principal Program Manager of Azure Cosmos DB, is coming to Copenhagen and is kind enough to meet with our community to talk about building mission critical applications on Cosmos DB.

AGENDA:
16.30 Registration and networking
16.55 Welcome
17.00 Session
18.30 Networking and a light meal
19.00-ish End of program

SESSION

How to build mission critical, globally distributed applications in the cloud with Azure Cosmos DB

Developing highly-available, globally distributed applications in the cloud that respond with extreme low latency while maintaining consistent views of data worldwide is a challenging problem. In this session, we explore the CAP/PACELC theorems and demonstrate the relationship between availability, latency and consistency in a distributed cloud environment to understand the tradeoffs that must be made when architecting distributed systems and databases. This session will help you understand how to design for high-availability in the cloud, and how to translate RPO and RTO to drive the design choices that must be made when building global applications in the cloud. If you build distributed applications for the cloud or advise customers how to do it, this session is for you. Packed with real-world scenarios and demos that you can take and use yourself

SPEAKER:
Mark is a 19 year Microsoft veteran and has worked on a number of products and services including, Windows Mobile, Bing Maps and Microsoft’s Web Platform & Tools Team. Mark has been on Azure since 2011 and has worked on Azure Web Apps Service, Redis Cache, Azure Networking and now Cosmos DB. Prior to Microsoft, Mark worked for a number of early e-commerce and dot-com startups working on distributed systems. Mark is passionate about web development, cloud computing and growing the developer community around Azure and Cosmos DB.

LOCATION:
We are happy that Microsoft is hosting this Meetup. Due to facility policy all guests must be registered. The reception at Microsoft have asked us to share the first and last names of all participants for pre-registration to avoid long wait time when you are arriving. Please make sure your correct name are registered.

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