AzureDAY Global
AzureDAY Global

AzureDAY is a global community effort aimed at spreading knowledge about Microsoft Azure worldwide. AzureDAY is a non-profit conference organized by local Azure communities and enthusiasts for other members of the community. The purpose of AzureDAY is purely educational.

AzureDAY was born in Kyiv, Ukraine, in 2015 as a project of Ukrainian Microsoft Azure Community and its leader Anton Boyko. Since then AzureDAY has become a global conference with more than 7 countires already hosting annual AzureDAY events.

To become a partner or a speaker of AzureDAY, contact your local AzureDAY organizers or global organizers.

5 participating countries since 2015

more than 50 speakers from different countries

more than 2000 attendees in different countries annually

international partners

community-driven event

Event: Azure Day 2015 Belarus

Date: 13th of December 2015

Venue: HTP Belarus (Coworking)

1/5 Kuprevicha Str., Minsk, Belarus

 
Alexander Laisha
Alexander Laisha

He has 6 years of experience in developing and designing commercial systems in different business areas. For the last 3 years he's been working with Microsoft Azure cloud platform on projects of varying complexity. At the moment he is involved in a highload application project based on Microsoft Azure platform, which allows users to monitor and manage the status of their car with a mobile phone or a web portal from anywhere in the world. Leader of Belarus Azure Community and speaker at local and external meetups and conferences. With joy and enthusiasm spends his free time by plunging into the cloud of Microsoft Azure.

Tuning Azure Service Bus
You will find out what services the service bus provides and why there are several of them. You will also find out about bandwidth, access speed and what can be done if the default settings are not enough.
Pavel Sokolov

Pavel Sokolov

Developer in Juno Lab Ltd. Since 2005 working with Microsoft technologies: first WinForms, then ASP.Net and the further, the deeper into the abyss. Two years of experience working with Data Warehouse based on SQL Server in the company called ISSoft. Later in Ciklum he led the development of the project MobileHub (themobilehub.net), a wannabe-highload, fully built on Azure infrastructure. Now he works as a consultant in databases and cloud technologies on several projects, actively using Microsoft Azure

Getting familiar with Azure Application Insights.
Various Azure services have built-in capabilities for collecting diagnostic information and monitoring. We are faced with the task of extracting data from raw information of metrics and knowledge about how effectively these or other components and subsystems work. The main goal of the speech is to give an overview of Azure Application Insights and how they can help in solving the abovementioned problem.
Andrei Dzimchuk

Andrei Dzimchuk

Software Architect in ScienceSoft. He started programming on Sinclair in the early 1990s. Then he came down to writing the disk shell bypassing the operation system. After a short break, in the beginning of 2002, he got carried away by C++ and Windows programming. He was interested in: multithreading, thick clients, COM, network, databases, DirectShow. He started writing the first version of Power Video Player, which was soon ported to Windows Forms, and later to WPF. In 2004, Microsoft abolished C++ and MFC certification. After a bit of a grief, he read the Proses's Programming .NET Framework and since then has not looked back. A fairly tight review of ASP.NET in that book caused Andrei's interest in the web development. In the same year he joined ScienceSoft, where he developed a multi-platform system for diagnostics and monitoring the security of information systems. In 2007, after this product moved to IBM, he ported the product to WebSphere, DB2, Linux, and AIX. In recent years he worked closely with Microsoft Azure. Now he creates a system that allows you to "connect" cars to the cloud and in some way to control them using mobile and web applications

Azure Storage - how to maximize speed and performance.
The speech will contain two parts. In the first part, we'll talk about Azure Storage generally, consider what services it consists of (Blobs, Disks, Files, Tables, Queues) and talk about which tasks we can use each service for. We'll learn the best practices and recommendations for using each service for maximum performance. This part of the speech will be aimed at listeners who are just beginning their acquaintance with cloud technologies. In the second part of the speech, we will discuss Azure Table Storage in more detail - a service for storing structured data in the cloud. There are many myths about different aspects of this service, during the speech we will dispel some of them. Also, with years of experience, developers may have some prejudices about storage systems. Many people upon hearing the wording "data storage" immediately begin to think about MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle, etc. But do we really need this in the project? Imagine that we are developing a highload messaging system - do we need a relational database in this project? This part of the speech will be of interest to those who want to immerse themselves into Azure Table Storage as deep as possible, to find out where the rake is buried and how to properly "cook" this service. Also, during this speech, we will try to emphasize that you do not need to choose technology depending on your tasks, the right way is when you get the tasks, then choose the right technology to solve them.
Anton Boyko

Anton Boyko

Microsoft Azure MVP. Founder and main speaker of the Ukrainian Microsoft Azure Community. He is a Microsoft Azure developer with more than 4 years of experience and a Microsoft Azure platform technical expert. The total experience in the software development is 10 years. In his free time he actively fills his YouTube channel with interesting videos based on the cloud technologies. Interested in everything related to Microsoft Azure. Since 2014, the owner of the honorary title of Microsoft Azure MVP.

Visual Studio 2015 for the web, cloud, containers and any of you
With the release of .NET 2015 and Visual Studio 2015, as well as the development of ASP.NET 5, developers start to use increasingly more effective tools for creating cross-platform web applications that can run on Windows, as well as Linux and OSX. New tools in Visual Studio 2015 allow you to build web applications faster, publish them to the cloud and Docker containers, manage the increasing number of cloud-based environment functions directly from the development environment. As part of the speech, we'll look at the many new features that Visual Studio 2015 brought us: from Entity Framework 7 to ASP.NET 5, from new Azure capabilities to Docker containers, from new testing tools to security mechanisms and security in general.
Vladimir Yunev

Vladimir Yunev

Senior Expert in Strategic Technologies Microsoft Russia. Certified application developer with more than 12 years of experience. Responsible for usage of cloud technologies in web applications, services and mobile clients in the Department of Strategic Technologies Microsoft Russia. A constant participant and organizer of many Russian IT conferences, author of the developing Web applications in the ASP.NET platform book. In the development community is known by the nickname XaocCPS.

Implementation of a micro-service architecture using Azure Service Fabric
In the second decade of 2015, Microsoft announced the preview version of the new service - Azure Service Fabric, which is focused on developing applications using microservice architecture approach. Microservice architecture is one of the trends of recent years. Many have heard about this approach, but, unfortunately, very few people have an idea of its advantages and problems to be solved. During the speech we will understand what a microservice architecture. And also we will design and implement an example using Azure Service Fabric.
Alexander Laisha

Alexander Laisha

He has 6 years of experience in developing and designing commercial systems in different business areas. For the last 3 years he's been working with Microsoft Azure cloud platform on projects of varying complexity. At the moment he is involved in a highload application project based on Microsoft Azure platform, which allows users to monitor and manage the status of their car with a mobile phone or a web portal from anywhere in the world. Leader of Belarus Azure Community and speaker at local and external meetups and conferences. With joy and enthusiasm spends his free time by plunging into the cloud of Microsoft Azure.

High availability in a hybrid cloud based on the Azure Traffic Manager
During the speech, we will talk about the testing of various high availability and fault-tolerant architectural patterns in a multi-chord configuration, as well as the implementation of the final solution based on Azure Traffic Manager. We tried to find the solution for organization of maximum availability and fault tolerance of applications in a hybrid cloud, as well as the migration of complex applications without downtime from one data center to another. By solving it we have tried several architectural options: Anycast IP, Global IP, Anycast DNS based on Nginx and bind, as well as Azure Traffic Manager. Jelastic is a container platform that can be installed in a private data center as well as in the global cloud, such as Microsoft Azure. A hybrid scenario is also possible, when part of the application is located in a private data center, and the other part is located in one or several Azure regions.
Dmitriy Lazarenko

Dmitriy Lazarenko

Director of Business Development in Jelastic. In Jelastic leads the direction of business development in the CIS countries, previously was the CTO of the Russian office. Experience in industrial development more than ten years, an expert in building distributed scalable Web services and industrial platforms in Java.

Microsoft containerization technologies
We hear about containers more and more: in podcasts, at conferences, it is possible that someone already actively uses them in their projects or is just going to learn more about them. Innovations have reached Microsoft, in the next release of Windows Server 2016 we are presented with Windows Server Containers. Containers form their ecosystem and enable developers to create the new generation applications. The main goal of the speech is to introduce the audience to the latest containerization technology from Microsoft. You will learn about theory and practice of working with containers running Windows Server 2016 in on-premise and Microsoft Azure cloud environment, get familiar with the main scenarios of using the technology and see the real work of containerization. The speech is based on the preliminary version of Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3.
Dmitriy Durasov

Dmitriy Durasov

Solution Architect at EPAM Systems. MCT, MCSA, MCTS, MCP, The main area of expertise is Cloud Solutions, Private and Public Clouds, Virtualization, Continuous Integration, Process Automation, PowerShell. He started in information technology with the MK-52, now he is engaged in cloud-based enterprise solutions. For the last 6 years he has been working for EPAM Systems, where he develops and implements various solutions for large customers from financial and information sectors. Actively participates in Belarusian IT community, speaks at conferences, meetings, seminars. Author of PowerShell and Windows Server trainings. He likes to share his knowledge and with pleasure learns something new. In his free time he develops for mobile platforms (iOS, Windows Phone).

Personalize mobile applications with Azure Mobile Engagement
Here we discuss Azure capabilities for personalizing mobile applications, segmenting users, deep analysis of application usage and interaction with users. The speech is targeted to mobile developers.
Anton Shunkov

Anton Shunkov

Expert in strategic technologies at Microsoft Belarus. Responsible for working with the start-ups, students and professional developers in Belarus. Prior to Microsoft, he developed in DreamTeam Mobile for Windows Phone for two years, specialized in Universal-applications for Windows. Worked as Microsoft Student Partner and Xamarin Student Ambassador.

 

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Belarus Azure User Group

Belarus Azure User Group

News feed for Microsoft Azure Community in Belarus - announcements, events, collaterals.

Microsoft

Microsoft

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HTP Belarus

HTP Belarus

Providing special business environment for IT business, Belarus Hi-Tech Park is one of the leaders among innovative IT clusters in Central and Eastern Europe today.

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