Our next event will take place at “House Of Innovation”. (Click image to register).
We hope to see you all there!
Session 1: Building loosely coupled integrations with Logic Apps (Toon Vanhoutte)
In this session, Toon will share his vision on how the achieve a loosely coupled architecture with Logic Apps and why this is so important.
The focus will be on reusability, flexibility, error handling, reliability and monitoring. This session targets both developers and architects.
Session 2: Scaling heavy duty tasks with Azure Batch (Steven Van Eycken)
In this session, Steven will show how you use Azure Batch as a processing engine for tasks which requires high computing resources.
Using a Payslip-generation scenario, he will go deeper in the how and why Azure Batch can be used as an asset in those heavy duty tasks.
Session 3: Building Enterprise Integration scenarios with the SAP Connector for Logic Apps. (Glenn Colpaert)
It was 2015 when Microsoft first announced Azure App Services. Since then the platform has gone through a lot of changes and tons of new capabilities and features were added. Especially when looking at Logic Apps.
After the change in the engine and designer the first SAP Connector was removed from the platform, but recently the new SAP Connector was released in public preview. Now that the new SAP Connector is finally available Glenn will demonstrate how easy it is to build enterprise level integration scenarios with the SAP Connector for Logic Apps.
Session 4: Flatfile processing with Azure Data Factory (Jochen Toelen)
In this session, Jochen will show how Azure Data Factory can be used to effectivly process and transform large flatfiles. During his demo he will show how Azure Data Factory can be used to synchronize data beween FTP locations and on premise systems.