Azure is big. Really big. There are more than 60 different products that make up Azure and knowing which to invest time in is a serious challenge.

This presentation gives you a very brief introduction to the parts of Azure you may have missed, so that when the time comes – you know about the tools at your disposal.

  • App Services – Web Apps, Mobile Apps, API Apps and Logic Apps
  • Azure Functions
  • Data and Storage: SQL Database, DocumentDB and Azure Storage, SQL Data Warehouse, Data Factory
  • Azure Automation and Azure Resource Manager
  • API Management
  • Essential networking: Azure Traffic Manager and DNS
  • Azure Bot Service
  • Azure Backup & Site Recovery
  • Azure Machine Learning & Cognitive Services
  • Redis Cache & Azure Search
  • Azure Active Directory, AD B2C & Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Azure Key Vault & Azure Security Center
  • Azure Scheduler & Azure Batch
  • Azure Event Hubs & Notification Hubs
  • Azure Service Bus
  • Azure Service Fabric
  • Azure Media Services
  • Application Insights
  • Azure Advisor
  • Azure CDN
  • Machine Learning and Cognitive Services
About the speakers

About the speakers

Mr Azure

Thiago Passos joined SSW in 2014 as a Senior Software Architect. He's specialized in SharePoint and .NET, preferring C#.NET over VB.NET, working on windows and web applications, including some distributed applications and web services.

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