Azure Bootcamp #7

Join this full day Azure Bootcamp to improve your knowledge of the Microsoft Azure platform. Azure Bootcamp is a mix of technical workshops, hackathons and lightning presentations.

The bootcamp is most beneficial to those with some experience in Microsoft Azure and who are eager to learn more by getting your hands on, building solutions.
We start the day with lightning presentations and demos for both Azure starters and Azure experts. You will have time to attend up to three presentations, covering the topics outlined in the agenda.

The majority of the day will be an in-depth hands-on hackathon, guided by Microsofts technical proctors. Each participant will have time to complete one of the hackathons outlined in the agenda.

Note that we will run a ‘Starter Hackathon’ in the morning that will make you ready for one of the hackathons in the afternoon.

Agenda

08.30 – 09.00 Registration and breakfast
09.00 – 09.15 Welcome and intro to the day
09.15 – 09.30 Break & transition to session rooms
09.30 – 10.00 Sessions (choose one) or starter hackathon (0.02)
Friction Free SQL Server - SQL Managed Instance
Mornè Blake, CSA
0.01

Come learn how to run SQL Server in a Managed Instance, see how easy it is to move in and hear about the other great things available!

The best thing since sliced bread? Maybe not, but probaly just as good!
True loadbalanced NVA’s in Azure
Per Schou Christensen, CSA
1.01

Creating highly available Network Virtual Appliances in Azure, have always been a challenging endevaour, with many pitfalls and gotcha’s.

With the recent announced improvements to the Azure networking fabric, this is dramatically changing.

In this session we will walk through the new ways to create performing and available NVA’s in Azure
SAP on Azure Q&A
John Skjørbæk, CSA
1.02

How do you get on Azure with your SAP Platform ?
How can you utilize Azure for your SAP journey towards HANA and S/4HANA ?
Come learn how Microsoft can help you on your journey.
Using Azure Container Service for Kubernetes
Gustav Katela, GBB
1.11

Our goal with Azure Container Service is to provide a container hosting environment by using open-source tools and technologies that are popular among our customers today. To this end, we expose the standard Kubernetes API endpoints. By using these standard endpoints, you can leverage any software that is capable of talking to a Kubernetes cluster. For example, you might choose kubectl helm, or draft .
Hybrid Cloud with Azure Stack
Christer Olsson, GBB
1.13

Overview and roadmap of Azure Stack
10.00 – 10.15 Break & transition to session rooms
10.15 - 10.45 Sessions (choose one) or starter hackathon (0.02)
Custom Vision - Do you see what I see
Jens Schwarzer, CSA
0.01

Azure Cognitive Vision Services allows your application to understand images through a model you create through training. This session covers the Azure Cognitive Vision services with a deep dive in Custom Vision. We will go through use cases as well as training and prediction.
IoT Central
Michael Lindberg, GBB
1.01

TBA
Operations in Azure
Craig Forster, CSA
1.02

This will be 3 different 10 minute sessions to inspire you to do some new things in Azure to run your operations in a modern way.

We’ll look at Azure File Sync as a method to improve those pesky branch office file servers and centralise their backups.

Then we’ll look at Azure Recovery Services to see what is valuable in the service to your infrastructure regarding backup and disaster recovery.

And finally a self-service portal running on a serverless architecture for application owners to automatically shutdown and by a schedule or manually start up their developer VMs in a complex, enterprise-ready way. Come and get inspired!
An introduction to Service Fabric
Hans Peter Vibe, CSA
1.11

Focus on building applications and business logic, and let Azure solve the hard distributed systems problems such as reliability, scalability, management, and latency. Service Fabric is the foundational technology powering core Azure infrastructure as well as other Microsoft services such as Skype for Business, Intune, Azure Event Hubs, Azure Data Factory, Azure Cosmos DB, Azure SQL Database.

A light intro and then demoing stateless and stateful services.
Citrix Cloud in Azure
Citrix
1.13

Learn about Citrix Cloud and how to use the XenApp and XenDesktop Service to deploy apps and desktops into Microsoft Azure. This session will focus on the architecture of Citrix Cloud and Cloud Connectors with Microsoft Azure as the resource location. You will learn how Machine Creation Services work in Microsoft Azure and the important considerations for running XenApp and XenDesktop workloads in Azure
10.45 – 11.00 Break & transition to session rooms
11.00 - 11.30 Sessions (choose one) or starter hackathon (0.02)
DevOps & Application Monitoring
Michael Pedersen, TSP
0.01

In this session we will talk briefly about the overall DevOps process and the tools you can use with Azure. Then we will demonstrate how you can monitor application infrastructure together with end user web applications and mobile apps using services like Azure Dashboards, Azure Monitor, Application Insights, Analytics and App Center.
How to Organize an Azure Data Lake
Jan Cordtz, CSA
1.01

In this session will discuss and see how an Azure Data Lake can be organized to achieve the following:
  • Is easy to use
  • Is as cost-effective as sensible/possible
  • Do not compromise security
  • Fits well into a DevOps scenario
  • Supports both of Gartner’s mode 1 and mode 2 implementation scenario
  • Supports an effective auditing and logging process
Availability in Azure – Availability sets and now Zones….
Per Schou Christensen, CSA
1.02

Ensuring availability of applications is always a key design point and topic in any platform discussion, including Azure.

With the introduction of Availability Zones, Azure now gives the ability to design for even higher availability within the same Azure region, while still be managed as a single logical site. This session will introduce the new capability around Availability Zones and the building blocks
Keep secrets out of code with Managed Service Identity
Mads Damgård, CSA
1.11

Azure Active Directory MSI gives the runtime of your code an automatically managed identity for authenticating to Azure services, which allows you to keep credentials out of your code and separate concerns. In this session you will get an introduction to the concept and a demo of the functionality.
HPC
Hugo Meiland, GBB
1.13

What the next generation of HPC will look like...
11.30 - 11.45 Break & transition to hackathon rooms
11.45 - 17.00 8 Different hackathons incl. lunch and breaks
Container and OSS
Enterprise Ready Cloud


Azure Container Service allows you to quickly deploy a production ready Kubernetes cluster. Learn how to use Azure Container Service in concert with Kubernetes and how you quickly can publish an container app with that has global reach.

Create an Azure cloud governance plan to advise a manufacturing company of the features available in Azure. Discover features to bring governance to their Azure deployments, distributed administration, and allowance for secure remote connectivity and development work for their offshore developers.
Enterprise Class Networking
Intelligent Analytics


You have been asked by Woodgrove Financial Services to provision a proof of concept deployment that will be used by the Woodgrove team to gain familiarity with a complex virtual networking deployment, including all of the components that enable the solution. Specifically, the Woodgrove team will be learning about:
  • How to bypass system routing to accomplish custom routing scenarios
  • How to capitalize on load balancers to distribute load and ensure service availability
  • How to implement a partner firewall solution to control traffic flow based on policies.



  • AMLS01 – Intro to Azure Machine Learning
  • AMLS02 - Deploying a Predictive Model with Azure Machine Learning
  • AMLS03 – Text Analytics with R and Azure Machine Learning
  • AMLS04 – AML Free Lab
If you do not have access and admin rights in Azure to provision services, you will NOT be able to participate in the hands-on lab, which is the bulk of this cloud workshop
Modern Cloud Apps
Data Bricks


The Modern cloud apps Hackathon is a hands-on exercise that will challenge you to implement an end-to-end scenario using a supplied sample that is based on Microsoft Azure App Services and related services. The scenario will include implementing compute, storage, security, and scale using various components of Microsoft Azure. The Hackathon can be implemented on your own, but it is highly recommended to pair up with other members at the Hackathon to model a real-world experience much closer and to allow each member to share their expertise for the overall solution.

  • Hands on Labs of Moving data to the cloud using Azure Data Factory
  • Storing data in Azure SQL Data Warehouse
  • Pulling Azure SQL Data Warehouse queries and tables into Azure Databricks (Spark)
  • Building scalable machine learning pipelines with Azure Databricks

Please note that this lab requires some knowledge of R or Python.

Serverless Architecture
Image Searching Bot


Setup and configure a serverless architecture within Azure using a combination of Azure Functions, Logic Apps, Event Grid, Cosmos DB, and Azure Storage. The focus is on removing server management from the equation, breaking down the solution into smaller components that are individually scalable, and allowing the customer to only pay for what they use.

Setup and configure an image searching bot! Using cognitive services to identify images, indexing them to Cosmos DB. Additionally you will setup LUIS to be able to ask the bot to find all images with water in it or any retlated questions. If time permits it, we will teach the bot Danish.
HPC: Increase productivity of your engineers and meet the deadline
Migrate your workloads to Azure with Citrix Cloud


Your engineers depend on simulations to verify and complete their project, even though they received heavy workstations from IT to run their simulations, typical runtimes are days and weeks. And whenever the model is not correct the first time: it means going over project deadlines… To provide better solutions, we will deep dive into High Performance Computing and demonstrate some of the ways to use multiple computers at the same time to work together to run the simulations. You will even build a HPC cluster yourself and test the important features that will deliver you performance!

Hosted by an experienced Citrix Consulting team, learn about Citrix Cloud and how to use the XenApp and XenDesktop Service to deploy apps and desktops into Microsoft Azure. This session will focus on the architecture of Citrix Cloud and Cloud Connectors with Microsoft Azure as the resource location. You will learn how Machine Creation Services work in Microsoft Azure and the important considerations for running XenApp and XenDesktop workloads in Azure



Microsoft Cloud Architect Team


Anders Bonde
Architect Manager

Morten Schioldan
Architect Manager

Barbara Beltrame
Cloud Solution Architect

Craig Forster
Cloud Solution Architect

Hans Peter Vibe
Cloud Solution Architect

Henrik Mønsted
Cloud Solution Architect

Jan Cordtz
Cloud Solution Architect

Mornè Blake
Cloud Solution Architect

John Skjørbæk
Cloud Solution Architect

Laurence Benjamin
Cloud Solution Architect

Mads Damgård
Cloud Solution Architect

Jens Schwarzer
Cloud Solution Architect

Per Schou Christensen
Cloud Solution Architect

Guest Architects


Michael Pedersen
Technology Solution Professional - Azure

Jimmy Johansen
Partner Technical Architect

Gustav Kaleta
Global Blackbelt - Open Source

Søren Johansen
Technology Solution Professional - Advanced Analytics

Hugo Meiland
Technology Solution Professional - Azure

Michael Lindberg
Technology Solution Professional - IoT

Christer Olsson
Technology Solution Professional - Azure Stack

Jørn Floor
Factory Builder,
Cloudeon

Rasmus Jaqué
Senior Cloud Architect, Novo Nordisk

Dave Brear
Enterprise Architect,
Citrix

Peter Johansson
Consultant,
Citrix

David L Bojsen
Head of Kapacity Labs & Principal Architect,
Kapacity

Carsten Thue
Principal Consultant, Citrix