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Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB
Azure Cosmos DB is a planet scale globally distributed multi-model NoSQL database service.
This session will cover a brief introduction of NoSQL before taking a deep dive of some of its inherent APIs to build client applications using the .NET SDK and leverage server-side programming model to build stored procedures, triggers and UDFs.
One reason why Cosmos DB shines (among other things) is because of latency and throughput. Cosmos DB supports an array of consistency levels which allow you as a developer to control latency. We will discuss well-defined relaxed consistency models and which one to use and customize for real world use cases.
Obi Oberoi is a Microsoft MVP and a consultant who works in designing and developing enterprise level distributed applications.
Obi lives in the Greater Toronto Area and has been working with .NET since the first betas and has been engaged in the agile space since 2006. He has a Master’s degree in Computer Science and takes an active role in organizing and speaking at User Groups and Conferences in North America. Obi founded Mississauga Dot Net User Group in 2015 where he organizes monthly meetups!!
Use PaaS Apps to Accelerate Your Development
Creating mobile and web apps that work on any device while keeping customers connected is essential. Development teams want to move quickly on new ideas without being bogged down by technology constraints. A fully managed Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution can accelerate development when crafting integrated web and mobile apps.
In this talk, you will see how to create and manage web, mobile, and API backends that can be consumed by development teams. With lots of example code and a focus on minimizing costs, attendees will leave with a clear idea of how to architect enterprise-ready apps.
Ken Cenerelli is a writer, developer, and Microsoft MVP. He is active on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) where he contributes to several blogs and on Microsoft TechNet as a technical wiki contributor. He is co-organizer of CTTDNUG and the Waterloo Region Azure Group, both in Kitchener, and has been a technical reviewer on multiple technology books. He blogs at kencenerelli.wordpress.com and is on Twitter via @KenCenerelli.