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[Post Event] Cloud Developers Day, Krakow 2018

This week I had the pleasure to discover the cloud and Azure community from Krakow. I was surprised to meet extraordinary people that are working on projects where cloud is changing the way how they do business and deliver services to their end customers.
Cloud Developers Days it is a conference that is at the first edition. Even so, there were almost 200 people that join the two-day event. There were two tracks in parallel about cloud and how Azure is changing the world.
At the event, I talked about what a team shall take into consideration on day ZERO of the project, and I was part of a Q/A session about cloud. You can find below the slides and some pictures from the event.
See you next time!

Title:
Day ZERO on a cloud project
Abstract:
In this session we will take a look on what we need to keep on our radar when we start a new project inside cloud. When not only us, but also clients are new in cloud ecosystem we need to be aware of small things that can make a different or secure the success of the project. Things like security, environment isolation and access controls are just a small part of the things that we need be aware. There will be examples from real life projects and hands-on implementations inside Microsoft Azure. After joining this session you will have an initial view on what things we shall be aware when we start a new project inside cloud.
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