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Global Azure Bootcamp Cluj-Napoca | ITCamp Community

This is the 4th year when we host Global Azure Bootcamp in Cluj-Napoca. Below is the invitation for Romanian colleagues.
See you there!

Acesta este al patrulea an când organizăm Global Azure Boot Camp. Acesta este un eveniment la nivel global care are loc în peste 136 de locații. Ca și anul trecut, Clujul nu se lasă mai prejos și apare pe harta  Azure. Pe data de 16 Aprilie vă invităm pe toți la acest eveniment din Cluj-Napoca, care v-a conține 3 workshop-uri.
Participarea la eveniment este GRATUITĂ, așa cum a fost și până acum la orice eveniment organizat de comunitatea ITCamp. Pe data de 16 Aprilie ne propunem să avem 3 workshop-uri de câte 90 de minute fiecare, unde putem să învățăm împreună cum să folosim diferite servicii Azure. Fiecare workshop conține o parte teoretică și una practică. Din această cauză, o să aveți nevoie de un laptop.
De ce aveți nevoie:
Dacă doriți puteți să vă grupați în grupuri de 2-3 persoane la același laptop.
 
Program:
09:00-09:30 - Sosirea participanților
09:30-11:00 - Azure Service Fabric in Action (Radu Vunvulea)
  • Create our first microservice and deploy in our local cluster
  • Communicate between instances of our Reliable Service using Reliable Collections
  • Create and manage our first Reliable Actor
  • Use events to communicate between our Reliable Actor and Reliable Service
  • Play with partitioning and replication level
11:00-12:30 - Service Bus hands-on (Radu Pascal) 
  • Create instances for Service Bus Namespace from Azure Portal
  • Use Azure Service Bus Explorer to create and manage a Topic (including filters)
  • Create a sender for our Topic
  • Create a receiver app
  • Explore poisonous messages and dead letter queue feature
  • Play with long running handlers
12:30-14:00 -Azure SQL Database - Everyone's intelligent cloud database (Silviu Niculiță)  
  • Scale database performance on the fly, without app downtime
  • Build multitenant apps with customer isolation and efficiency
  • Work within your preferred development environments
  • Protect and secure your app data
 

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