- Global AI Night - Eventbrite registration requiered
The Global AI Night is a free evening event organized by communities all over the world that are passionate about Artificial Intelligence on Microsoft Azure. Please take a moment and register here: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/global-ai-night-registration-68132244377 During this AI Night you will get inspired through sessions and get your hands dirty during the workshops. By the end of the night you will be able to infuse AI into your applications. This event is hosted by Microsoft Germany in Munich where we will have a cool time together, cool topics with cool people like you :) See more information here: https://global.ainights.com/bootcamp/f851f0be-f45a-4651-af49-0c99463be949 This is a joint meetup together with the Azure Meeup Munich. https://www.meetup.com/Azure-Munich/events/263992774/
- Intro to Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Container Registry
In this session we'll go beyond hello world – what you need to know to run real apps on the most popular container orchestrator n Azure. We’ll review a high-level overview of the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) service and Azure Container Registry (ACR). We will start with the basic concepts of Kubernetes followed by understanding how AKS is different from the vanilla Kubernetes. Finally we'll be setting up and deploying a real world app on AKS. Feel free to follow along! Speakers: Mohit Chhabra is working as Software Engineer at medialesson GmbH, Germany. He is currently Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Microsoft Azure and former leader of BDotnet (India's Biggest offline community). He has deliver more than 50 sessions in the community and international conferences. Prior to this, Mohit was Microsoft Student Partner and Mozilla Student Representative. He was also India's first Azure Champion and first person to intern in Microsoft Technology Center. Daniel Meixner is Technical Solution Professional at Microsoft Deutschland and focuses on Application Development for Azure and Kubernetes. He has experienced his fair share of the good, the bad and the ugly during his career in software development and is familiar with the industry from many different angles. Before he joined Microsoft , he was a consultant and architect for application lifestyle management solutions in the enterprise environment. This meetup will be hosted by Microsoft, food and drinks will be provided. Please make sure you update your RSVP status 24h in advance so we don't waste any food!
- smartThings: Azure IoT Edge with LoRa WAN - let's play!
Let's play with two fascinating technologies that are interesting on their own, but together they form an enormously strong team. Agenda first: ############ 18.30 Doors Open. Hack a snack&drink 19.00 Talks (see more below) - Small Intro of LoRaWAN - Small Intro of Azure IoT Edge - A simple use Case hacked 21.00 Hack a snack&drink Talks and Notes ############### During this session we will put our Hands on some pieces of Azure, some of IoT and some of Network to come up with a small but cool use case demonstrating the abilities of these technologies. We share our experience from this showcase with you and ask you to share your experience and challenges from your projects with everyone. So in the end we will have learned a lot from you and you from us. LoRaWAN ######### Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) is a low-power wireless network protocol. The LoRaWAN specification is defined by the LoRa Alliance. It is freely available and uses a proprietary and patented transmission method, based on a Chirp Spread Spectrum modulation technique, called "LoRa" by Semtech Corporation. Basic modules are available as open source software. LoRaWAN is asymmetrical and designed for energy efficiency for ranges over 10 km for uplink communication, i.e. sending from the terminal device to the network. The data transmission rate ranges from 292 bit/s to 50 kbit/s. Azure IoT Edge ############## Azure IoT Edge moves cloud analytics and custom business logic to devices so that your organization can focus on business insights instead of data management. Scale out your IoT solution by packaging your business logic into standard containers, then you can deploy those containers to any of your devices and monitor it all from the cloud. Azure IoT Edge is made up of three components: IoT Edge modules are containers that run Azure services, third-party services, or your own code. Modules are deployed to IoT Edge devices and execute locally on those devices. The IoT Edge runtime runs on each IoT Edge device and manages the modules deployed to each device. A cloud-based interface enables you to remotely monitor and manage IoT Edge devices. We are looking forward to a interactive Session with you.