17 Apr GREECE (VIRTUAL)

Global Azure Greece 2021

One day full of Microsoft Azure and the Cloud

Global Azure Greece 2021

One day event where everyone, globally, talks about the expanding universe of Microsoft Azure!



Global Azure Greece 2021

Welcome to Global Azure Greece 2021! In April 17, 2021, all communities will come together once again in the seventh great Global Azure event! Each user group organizes their own one to three day Azure event the way they see fit and how it works for their members. The result is that thousands of people will get together to learn about Azure and join together online under the social media hashtag! Around the world user groups and communities want to learn about Azure and Cloud Computing!

A Community of Communities!

Learning about Azure is a massive undertaking for anyone. The Azure Cloud Platform is really big and offers a very long list of great services. How do you get a grip on it all? Together!

Who should sign up!
  • Anyone wanting to learn about Azure and cloud computing.
Deep Dive Sessions

One full day of deep dive sessions on Azure for Developers and IT Pro's delivered by the experts to get you started on complex topics like Azure Ap Services, IoT, Machine Learning, Cognitive Services, Containers and a lot more.

Have questions, need to discuss your technical issues, or looking for some advise, do attend to speak to the experts.

  • More coming soon.
Sponsors apply

Interesting in sponsoring? Read our guide or contact us for further details.

Schedule

Vast number of different speeches
and activities



Paris Polyzos
Slot 1 11:15 - 12:00
Begin your journey to the cloud with Azure App Service
Paris Polyzos

In this session we will talk about Azure App Service, how someone can get started with the cloud and how to setup application monitoring and ci/cd pipelines to automate your workflows

Konstantinos Ziazios
13:00 - 13:45
Getting started with Azure Static Web Apps
Konstantinos Ziazios

Learn What is Azure Static Web Apps and how you can build modern web applications with reactJS, angular or Blazor and Azure Functions back-end Or how you publish static sites with Gatsby or Hugo. We are going to learn how to integrate Azure static web Apps with github.

George Chrysovalantis Grammatikos
15:00 - 15:45
Working with MS Endpoind Manager
George Chrysovalantis Grammatikos

In my session, we will explore MS Endpoint Manager and learn how to enrol devices and access them from the NS EndpointManager admin centre.

Michalis Nikolaidis
16:00 - 16:45
Publishing a Blazor WebAssembly App and. NET API with Azure Static Web Apps
Michalis Nikolaidis

In this session we will learn how we can automate the deployment of a Blazor WebAssembly app and its Azure Functions API with GitHub Actions.

M. Scott Ford
17:00 - 17:45
Moving a Monolith to Kubernetes
M. Scott Ford

Our work with legacy code doesn’t often put us in a position to move quickly into new or trendy tooling. And while we almost always introduce Docker very early in our projects, it is usually only for the purpose of standardizing and easing setup of developer environments. Transitioning a live environment to containers, however, can be a daunting prospect. There are a variety of reasons for that, many of which you’ve probably encountered yourself, which include: 1. The application isn’t in the cloud yet 2. It’s too complicated 3. Container orchestration (like Kubernetes or Swarm) is too new/buggy/insecure 4. We need microservices to leverage Kubernetes 5. The application is a monolith All these might be valid reasons, but this talk will focus on our experiences in that last scenario — containerizing a monolith.

Christos Polydorou
Slot 2 11:15 - 12:00
Automated IaaS Lab Active Directory Environment
Christos Polydorou

Deploying an IaaS Lab Active Directory Environment using ARM and DSC.

Dwayne Natwick
12:00 - 12:45
Modern Authentication - why passwords are no longer a priority
Dwayne Natwick

In this session, Dwayne Natwick will discuss the uses for Modern Authentication and how passwords are having decreased relevance within an identity infrastructure. We will discuss how these new techniques provide additional protection and security for your cloud identities, and demonstrate how to plan and architect a strong hybrid identity structure.

Tiago Costa
13:00 - 13:45
I find your lack of Azure Governance disturbing!
Tiago Costa

Microsoft Azure is an awesome platform to run your organization workloads. It supports Cloud native and non-native workloads. It's easy and fast to getting started. After moving and creating several resources in Azure some customers are struggling by the lack of a robust cloud governance structure. This session is target at organization of all sizes, not only big large organizations need governance, every single organization needs it. We will review the native services in Azure that can help you on your governance journey. We will talk and see in action: Management Groups, Azure Policy, Tags, Azure Blueprints, CAF - Cloud Adoption Framework and even a little bit of Cost Management.

Dimitris Pantazis
15:00 - 15:45
Manage your Azure NSGs with a touch of DevOps
Dimitris Pantazis

Learn how to leverage basic DevOps processes and tools in order to manage your Azure Network Security Groups efficiently.

Konstantinos Boutsioulis
16:00 - 16:45
Use Azure Automation (PowerShell Runbook) to manage your SharePoint
Konstantinos Boutsioulis

A presentation for how to create an Azure Automation, how to add Modules ,how to create credentials and finally how to create runbooks to manage your SharePoint online/onpremise

Pantelis Apostolidis
17:00 - 17:45
Performance Efficiency in Azure
Pantelis Apostolidis,Vassilis Ioannidis

Performance efficiency is the ability of your workload to scale to meet the demands placed on it by users in an efficient manner.

Ambarish Ganguly
Slot 3 11:15 - 12:00
Azure ML, Azure Kubernetes Service, Model deployment
Ambarish Ganguly

An end to end deployment of an ML model using Azure ML, Azure Kubernetes Service, Application Insights

Vukašin Terzić
12:00 - 12:45
Azure DevOps for Ops without Dev
Vukašin Terzić

DevOps philosophy doesn't really apply to non-developers who are not creating and releasing new versions of applications every week. Or does it? In this session, I will talk about how to leverage Azure DevOps tools to boost your productivity and project management and how to save and execute your scripts and ARM templates.

Dimitris Fintzos
13:00 - 13:45
AKS & GitOps
Dimitris Fintzos

A presentation on how to manage an AKS cluster the application and its Security.

Nikolaos Antoniou
15:00 - 15:45
Infrastructure-as-Code on Azure: all you need to know
Nikolaos Antoniou,Vaggelis Kappas

What is Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) and why it does matter. Strategies to approach IaC (imperative vs declarative), and hands-on-time by leveraging the most popular tools on Azure. Bicep: the natural evolution for ARM templates Terraform: the cross platform framework Az CLI / Powershell: the shortest path to entry for IaC

Achilleas John Yfantis
16:00 - 16:45
Golang API with docker
Achilleas John Yfantis

A simple cluster of goland, redis and mysql hosted on azure.

George Kosmidis
17:00 - 17:45
Using Azure DevOps to build and deploy a Docker image to Azure
George Kosmidis

In this hands on session we will see how to use Azure DevOps to build and then publish a docker image as an Azure App Service, using Azure Container Registry.

Ioannis Kolaxis
Slot 4 11:15 - 12:00
How to Architect your Applications to Reduce their Environmental Footprint
Ioannis Kolaxis

As software engineers, we build applications that eventually run on one or more servers, which consume electricity. Electricity is commonly generated by coal, oil, gas; when burned, they produce carbon dioxide (CO2), which is the main driver of climate change. Clearly, our software applications have an environmental impact based on the resources (CPU, number of servers, etc.) that they consume. What can we do to reduce the environmental footprint of our software applications? This session provides practical guidelines that will help you reduce or even eliminate the emissions of carbon dioxide associated with your software applications, a process that is also known as decarbonization. It is assumed you are involved in building software applications and aspire to help prevent climate change.

Vyron Vasileiadis
12:00 - 12:45
Welcoming the Quantum Era with Azure Quantum
Vyron Vasileiadis

Harnessing the unique behaviour of quantum physics and applying it to computing, quantum computers introduce new concepts to traditional programming methods such as superposition, entanglement, and quantum interference. Microsoft, having a clear mindset towards the coming quantum era, is partnering with quantum hardware companies to provide developers with cloud access to quantum hardware. Leveraging the Azure Quantum platform and the Q# language, developers are now able to explore quantum algorithms and run their quantum programs on different types of quantum hardware. In this session, we will explore Azure Quantum’s capabilities and run a Q# quantum application on a real quantum computer.

Sergey Chubarov
13:00 - 13:45
Offensive Azure Security
Sergey Chubarov

These days, working with a cloud platform is already commonplace. Companies choose Microsoft Azure for a number of benefits, including security. But there are some responsibility on the customer side and that's may become weakest link in the chain. A demo-based session shows attacks on the weakest link in 3 scenarios: Hybrid Active Directory, Legacy VM-based application and Modern Application. The session includes: - Pentesting Azure AD Connect - Bypassing authentication & MFA - Getting control over Compute - Extracting secrets from Key Vault - Getting Access to App Service and Azure SQL Database - Exploring Azure Web App Firewall

Lazaros Katanas
15:00 - 15:45
Can’t Sleep at Night..? Just Setup Azure Sentinel Right!
Lazaros Katanas

The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely accelerated technological adoption.But what about Cybersecurity? Employers aren't working anymore at one specific "safe" network perimeter,they are working from anywhere using a variety of tools.So, how we can monitor all these logs, detect potential threats and respond before is too late? Do not worry, Azure Sentinel is here to save us! In this session we will make an introduction to Azure Sentinel , explain it's basic concepts and hunt potential threats in real time! Can’t Sleep at Night..? Just setup Azure Sentinel right! Do not forget to join..!

david frappart
16:00 - 16:45
Journey to a Secure AKS - Use AAD identity for pods and make your SecOps happy
david frappart

When apps are hosted in AKS, chances are that those will need to access other Azure services. Chances are also that there are some constraint in terms of security for those access, such as not writing password in the code. AAD Pod Identity is a way to answer that. Interesting in modernizing your apps on K8S while keeping your SecOps happy ? Then come discover the what and how of Pod identity in AKS and discover the steps from AKS deployment to pods accessing Azure services with managed identities

George Kavvalakis
17:00 - 17:45
Security: From On Premise to the Cloud
George Kavvalakis

On premise security measures and strategies need to expand to the cloud. Let's check how cybersecurity evolves from on premise to a cloud solution.

Nick D. Dendris
Slot 5 11:15 - 12:00
Neural Nets, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Azure: A Primer
Nick D. Dendris

What are Neural Nets really? What does Machine Learning mean, and how does Deep Learning differ from it? What does Azure offer for all of those? In this session, I try to explain concepts, and give some guidance on the above.

Demetris Bakas
12:00 - 12:45
Step up you bot’s communication using proactive messages
Demetris Bakas

Bots administer a conversational platform to the user and grand the ability to fluently interact with a machine. Proactive messages notify the user, providing integral information, through the bot, in a timely manner, while separating data that is currently most important. Learn how to give your bot the ability to utilize notifications and smartly select the most relevant information to present to the user!

George Markou
13:00 - 13:45
Cloud Journey (Part II)
George Markou,Thodoris Koutanis

Chapter III: Ready, Set, Go [Infrastructure Migration] (T. Koutanis) Chapter IV: Security guards on duty [Azure Security & Governance] (G. Markou)

Maria-Anastasia Moustaka
15:00 - 15:45
How I started with Azure IoT
Maria-Anastasia Moustaka

In this session I will present my first steps in ΙοΤ. Have you ever wondered why IoT is a hot technology and how can you control your smart devices from your mobile phone using Microsoft Azure?

Georgia Kalyva
16:00 - 16:45
Harness the power of Azure Computer Vision
Georgia Kalyva

Computer Vision is the area of AI that deals with visual processing. In this session we are going to see how to harness the power of Azure Computer Vision for image classification, object and face detection and more. No Machine Learning expertise required!

Vaggelis Kappas
17:00 - 17:45
Secure your Cloud perimeter with Azure Firewall
Vaggelis Kappas

Join this session to learn more about the Internet breakout options of your Azure Virtual Networks as well as how to create a secure cloud perimeter with Azure Firewall and Network Virtual Appliances.

Antonios Chatzipavlis
Slot 6 11:15 - 14:00
Lambda Architecture in Azure Data Engineering
Antonios Chatzipavlis

This session is for developers and system engineers who support data collection and processing in Azure by using Lambda Architecture.

Debasis Saha
15:00 - 15:45
Integrate Cosmos DB Server Objects with Asp.Net Core MVC Application
Debasis Saha

Azure Cosmos DB is one of the fastest-growing Azure services on the market and one of the popular NoSQL database services in the Cloud-based Environment. Cosmos DB is not only a NoSQL type database service that stored only schema-less data. Cosmos DB also provides several Server Side objects like Stored Procedures, Triggers, etc to implement the custom business requirement. In this talk, we'll start with an introduction to the basic principals of Server-Side Objects in Cosmos DB and some of its unique features. We'll then walk through building a web application in .NET Core and C# demonstrating how to communicate with Cosmos DB. We'll then discuss code on how to execute any server-side objects like Stored Procedure, Triggers, etc using Asp.Net Core Applications. Learning objectives • Basic Concept of Azure Cosmos DB • Basic Principles of Server-Side Objects in Azure Cosmos DB • Integrate Cosmos DB operation from Asp.Net MVC Applications • Executing a Stored Procedure in Cosmos DB from Asp.Net Core Application • Demonstrate how to execute a Trigger in Cosmos DB from .Net Core Application

Foteini Savvidou
16:00 - 16:45
Azure SQL Database – Use Python to manipulate data
Foteini Savvidou

Find out how to use Azure SQL Database and Python to store and retrieve information. In this session, you will learn how to create an Azure SQL database via the Azure portal and use Python to connect to the database, create tables, and manipulate data.

George SPYROU
17:00 - 17:45
Developing the "Earthquakes Notification" system on Azure for the Aristotle University Thessaloniki
George SPYROU

The "Earthquakes Notification" system is being used at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki for classifying earthquake events and notifying the Seismological Station personnel via phone. This session aims in describing the main components of this system (Azure Storage , Azure Functions , Azure Machine Learning , Azure Cognitive Services , Twilio) as well as the challenges during the development process. The "Earthquakes Notification" project has won the 3rd place in the Microsoft Cloud AI Research Challenge https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/academic-program/microsoft-cloud-ai-research-challenge/ .

Paris Polyzos
11:15 - 12:00
Begin your journey to the cloud with Azure App Service

In this session we will talk about Azure App Service, how someone can get started with the cloud and how to setup application monitoring and ci/cd pipelines to automate your workflows

Paris Polyzos
Konstantinos Ziazios
13:00 - 13:45
Getting started with Azure Static Web Apps

Learn What is Azure Static Web Apps and how you can build modern web applications with reactJS, angular or Blazor and Azure Functions back-end Or how you publish static sites with Gatsby or Hugo. We are going to learn how to integrate Azure static web Apps with github.

Konstantinos Ziazios
George Chrysovalantis Grammatikos
15:00 - 15:45
Working with MS Endpoind Manager

In my session, we will explore MS Endpoint Manager and learn how to enrol devices and access them from the NS EndpointManager admin centre.

George Chrysovalantis Grammatikos
Michalis Nikolaidis
16:00 - 16:45
Publishing a Blazor WebAssembly App and. NET API with Azure Static Web Apps

In this session we will learn how we can automate the deployment of a Blazor WebAssembly app and its Azure Functions API with GitHub Actions.

Michalis Nikolaidis
M. Scott Ford
17:00 - 17:45
Moving a Monolith to Kubernetes

Our work with legacy code doesn’t often put us in a position to move quickly into new or trendy tooling. And while we almost always introduce Docker very early in our projects, it is usually only for the purpose of standardizing and easing setup of developer environments. Transitioning a live environment to containers, however, can be a daunting prospect. There are a variety of reasons for that, many of which you’ve probably encountered yourself, which include: 1. The application isn’t in the cloud yet 2. It’s too complicated 3. Container orchestration (like Kubernetes or Swarm) is too new/buggy/insecure 4. We need microservices to leverage Kubernetes 5. The application is a monolith All these might be valid reasons, but this talk will focus on our experiences in that last scenario — containerizing a monolith.

M. Scott Ford
Christos Polydorou
11:15 - 12:00
Automated IaaS Lab Active Directory Environment

Deploying an IaaS Lab Active Directory Environment using ARM and DSC.

Christos Polydorou
Dwayne Natwick
12:00 - 12:45
Modern Authentication - why passwords are no longer a priority

In this session, Dwayne Natwick will discuss the uses for Modern Authentication and how passwords are having decreased relevance within an identity infrastructure. We will discuss how these new techniques provide additional protection and security for your cloud identities, and demonstrate how to plan and architect a strong hybrid identity structure.

Dwayne Natwick
Tiago Costa
13:00 - 13:45
I find your lack of Azure Governance disturbing!

Microsoft Azure is an awesome platform to run your organization workloads. It supports Cloud native and non-native workloads. It's easy and fast to getting started. After moving and creating several resources in Azure some customers are struggling by the lack of a robust cloud governance structure. This session is target at organization of all sizes, not only big large organizations need governance, every single organization needs it. We will review the native services in Azure that can help you on your governance journey. We will talk and see in action: Management Groups, Azure Policy, Tags, Azure Blueprints, CAF - Cloud Adoption Framework and even a little bit of Cost Management.

Tiago Costa
Dimitris Pantazis
15:00 - 15:45
Manage your Azure NSGs with a touch of DevOps

Learn how to leverage basic DevOps processes and tools in order to manage your Azure Network Security Groups efficiently.

Dimitris Pantazis
Konstantinos Boutsioulis
16:00 - 16:45
Use Azure Automation (PowerShell Runbook) to manage your SharePoint

A presentation for how to create an Azure Automation, how to add Modules ,how to create credentials and finally how to create runbooks to manage your SharePoint online/onpremise

Konstantinos Boutsioulis
Pantelis Apostolidis
17:00 - 17:45
Performance Efficiency in Azure

Performance efficiency is the ability of your workload to scale to meet the demands placed on it by users in an efficient manner.

Pantelis Apostolidis,Vassilis Ioannidis
Ambarish Ganguly
11:15 - 12:00
Azure ML, Azure Kubernetes Service, Model deployment

An end to end deployment of an ML model using Azure ML, Azure Kubernetes Service, Application Insights

Ambarish Ganguly
Vukašin Terzić
12:00 - 12:45
Azure DevOps for Ops without Dev

DevOps philosophy doesn't really apply to non-developers who are not creating and releasing new versions of applications every week. Or does it? In this session, I will talk about how to leverage Azure DevOps tools to boost your productivity and project management and how to save and execute your scripts and ARM templates.

Vukašin Terzić
Dimitris Fintzos
13:00 - 13:45
AKS & GitOps

A presentation on how to manage an AKS cluster the application and its Security.

Dimitris Fintzos
Nikolaos Antoniou
15:00 - 15:45
Infrastructure-as-Code on Azure: all you need to know

What is Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) and why it does matter. Strategies to approach IaC (imperative vs declarative), and hands-on-time by leveraging the most popular tools on Azure. Bicep: the natural evolution for ARM templates Terraform: the cross platform framework Az CLI / Powershell: the shortest path to entry for IaC

Nikolaos Antoniou,Vaggelis Kappas
Achilleas John Yfantis
16:00 - 16:45
Golang API with docker

A simple cluster of goland, redis and mysql hosted on azure.

Achilleas John Yfantis
George Kosmidis
17:00 - 17:45
Using Azure DevOps to build and deploy a Docker image to Azure

In this hands on session we will see how to use Azure DevOps to build and then publish a docker image as an Azure App Service, using Azure Container Registry.

George Kosmidis
Ioannis Kolaxis
11:15 - 12:00
How to Architect your Applications to Reduce their Environmental Footprint

As software engineers, we build applications that eventually run on one or more servers, which consume electricity. Electricity is commonly generated by coal, oil, gas; when burned, they produce carbon dioxide (CO2), which is the main driver of climate change. Clearly, our software applications have an environmental impact based on the resources (CPU, number of servers, etc.) that they consume. What can we do to reduce the environmental footprint of our software applications? This session provides practical guidelines that will help you reduce or even eliminate the emissions of carbon dioxide associated with your software applications, a process that is also known as decarbonization. It is assumed you are involved in building software applications and aspire to help prevent climate change.

Ioannis Kolaxis
Vyron Vasileiadis
12:00 - 12:45
Welcoming the Quantum Era with Azure Quantum

Harnessing the unique behaviour of quantum physics and applying it to computing, quantum computers introduce new concepts to traditional programming methods such as superposition, entanglement, and quantum interference. Microsoft, having a clear mindset towards the coming quantum era, is partnering with quantum hardware companies to provide developers with cloud access to quantum hardware. Leveraging the Azure Quantum platform and the Q# language, developers are now able to explore quantum algorithms and run their quantum programs on different types of quantum hardware. In this session, we will explore Azure Quantum’s capabilities and run a Q# quantum application on a real quantum computer.

Vyron Vasileiadis
Sergey Chubarov
13:00 - 13:45
Offensive Azure Security

These days, working with a cloud platform is already commonplace. Companies choose Microsoft Azure for a number of benefits, including security. But there are some responsibility on the customer side and that's may become weakest link in the chain. A demo-based session shows attacks on the weakest link in 3 scenarios: Hybrid Active Directory, Legacy VM-based application and Modern Application. The session includes: - Pentesting Azure AD Connect - Bypassing authentication & MFA - Getting control over Compute - Extracting secrets from Key Vault - Getting Access to App Service and Azure SQL Database - Exploring Azure Web App Firewall

Sergey Chubarov
Lazaros Katanas
15:00 - 15:45
Can’t Sleep at Night..? Just Setup Azure Sentinel Right!

The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely accelerated technological adoption.But what about Cybersecurity? Employers aren't working anymore at one specific "safe" network perimeter,they are working from anywhere using a variety of tools.So, how we can monitor all these logs, detect potential threats and respond before is too late? Do not worry, Azure Sentinel is here to save us! In this session we will make an introduction to Azure Sentinel , explain it's basic concepts and hunt potential threats in real time! Can’t Sleep at Night..? Just setup Azure Sentinel right! Do not forget to join..!

Lazaros Katanas
david frappart
16:00 - 16:45
Journey to a Secure AKS - Use AAD identity for pods and make your SecOps happy

When apps are hosted in AKS, chances are that those will need to access other Azure services. Chances are also that there are some constraint in terms of security for those access, such as not writing password in the code. AAD Pod Identity is a way to answer that. Interesting in modernizing your apps on K8S while keeping your SecOps happy ? Then come discover the what and how of Pod identity in AKS and discover the steps from AKS deployment to pods accessing Azure services with managed identities

david frappart
George Kavvalakis
17:00 - 17:45
Security: From On Premise to the Cloud

On premise security measures and strategies need to expand to the cloud. Let's check how cybersecurity evolves from on premise to a cloud solution.

George Kavvalakis
Nick D. Dendris
11:15 - 12:00
Neural Nets, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Azure: A Primer

What are Neural Nets really? What does Machine Learning mean, and how does Deep Learning differ from it? What does Azure offer for all of those? In this session, I try to explain concepts, and give some guidance on the above.

Nick D. Dendris
Demetris Bakas
12:00 - 12:45
Step up you bot’s communication using proactive messages

Bots administer a conversational platform to the user and grand the ability to fluently interact with a machine. Proactive messages notify the user, providing integral information, through the bot, in a timely manner, while separating data that is currently most important. Learn how to give your bot the ability to utilize notifications and smartly select the most relevant information to present to the user!

Demetris Bakas
George Markou
13:00 - 13:45
Cloud Journey (Part II)

Chapter III: Ready, Set, Go [Infrastructure Migration] (T. Koutanis) Chapter IV: Security guards on duty [Azure Security & Governance] (G. Markou)

George Markou,Thodoris Koutanis
Maria-Anastasia Moustaka
15:00 - 15:45
How I started with Azure IoT

In this session I will present my first steps in ΙοΤ. Have you ever wondered why IoT is a hot technology and how can you control your smart devices from your mobile phone using Microsoft Azure?

Maria-Anastasia Moustaka
Georgia Kalyva
16:00 - 16:45
Harness the power of Azure Computer Vision

Computer Vision is the area of AI that deals with visual processing. In this session we are going to see how to harness the power of Azure Computer Vision for image classification, object and face detection and more. No Machine Learning expertise required!

Georgia Kalyva
Vaggelis Kappas
17:00 - 17:45
Secure your Cloud perimeter with Azure Firewall

Join this session to learn more about the Internet breakout options of your Azure Virtual Networks as well as how to create a secure cloud perimeter with Azure Firewall and Network Virtual Appliances.

Vaggelis Kappas
Antonios Chatzipavlis
11:15 - 14:00
Lambda Architecture in Azure Data Engineering

This session is for developers and system engineers who support data collection and processing in Azure by using Lambda Architecture.

Antonios Chatzipavlis
Debasis Saha
15:00 - 15:45
Integrate Cosmos DB Server Objects with Asp.Net Core MVC Application

Azure Cosmos DB is one of the fastest-growing Azure services on the market and one of the popular NoSQL database services in the Cloud-based Environment. Cosmos DB is not only a NoSQL type database service that stored only schema-less data. Cosmos DB also provides several Server Side objects like Stored Procedures, Triggers, etc to implement the custom business requirement. In this talk, we'll start with an introduction to the basic principals of Server-Side Objects in Cosmos DB and some of its unique features. We'll then walk through building a web application in .NET Core and C# demonstrating how to communicate with Cosmos DB. We'll then discuss code on how to execute any server-side objects like Stored Procedure, Triggers, etc using Asp.Net Core Applications. Learning objectives • Basic Concept of Azure Cosmos DB • Basic Principles of Server-Side Objects in Azure Cosmos DB • Integrate Cosmos DB operation from Asp.Net MVC Applications • Executing a Stored Procedure in Cosmos DB from Asp.Net Core Application • Demonstrate how to execute a Trigger in Cosmos DB from .Net Core Application

Debasis Saha
Foteini Savvidou
16:00 - 16:45
Azure SQL Database – Use Python to manipulate data

Find out how to use Azure SQL Database and Python to store and retrieve information. In this session, you will learn how to create an Azure SQL database via the Azure portal and use Python to connect to the database, create tables, and manipulate data.

Foteini Savvidou
George SPYROU
17:00 - 17:45
Developing the "Earthquakes Notification" system on Azure for the Aristotle University Thessaloniki

The "Earthquakes Notification" system is being used at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki for classifying earthquake events and notifying the Seismological Station personnel via phone. This session aims in describing the main components of this system (Azure Storage , Azure Functions , Azure Machine Learning , Azure Cognitive Services , Twilio) as well as the challenges during the development process. The "Earthquakes Notification" project has won the 3rd place in the Microsoft Cloud AI Research Challenge https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/academic-program/microsoft-cloud-ai-research-challenge/ .

George SPYROU

Speakers

Konstantinos Pantos

Konstantinos Pantos

Cloud Solutions Architect @ Microsoft

Paris Polyzos

Paris Polyzos

Senior Software engineer | Microsoft Azure MVP

Pantelis Apostolidis

Pantelis Apostolidis

Azure ninja

Tiago Costa

Tiago Costa

Cloud Architect and Advisor | Trainer | International Speaker | Author @Independent Contractor

Vaggelis Kappas

Vaggelis Kappas

Sr. Azure Infrastructure Specialist

Nikolaos Antoniou

Nikolaos Antoniou

Cloud App Dev Specialist @Microsoft

Achilleas John Yfantis

Achilleas John Yfantis

Software Engineer

Antonios Chatzipavlis

Antonios Chatzipavlis

Data Solutions Consultant, Trainer, SQLschool.gr, MCT, MVP

M. Scott Ford

M. Scott Ford

CEO at Corgibytes

George Kosmidis

George Kosmidis

Teqcycle Solutions GmbH, Software Architect, Organizer of Munich .NET & Munich Typescript Meetups

Dwayne Natwick

Dwayne Natwick

MVP - Azure, MCT Regional Lead, Cloud Training Architect Lead for Opsgility/Skill Me UP

david frappart

david frappart

Core Team Cloud & Infra @Devoteam France

Georgia Kalyva

Georgia Kalyva

AI MVP, MCT, Web Applications Developer, B.Sc, MBA

George SPYROU

George SPYROU

Software Engineer

Vukašin Terzić

Vukašin Terzić

Solution Architect, Microsoft Azure MVP

Christos Polydorou

Christos Polydorou

Senior Solutions Architect

Demetris Bakas

Demetris Bakas

Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador

Dimitris Fintzos

Dimitris Fintzos

Oriflame Software, System engineer

Dimitris Pantazis

Dimitris Pantazis

Senior Professional Services Engineer at UniSystems

Foteini Savvidou

Foteini Savvidou

Electrical and Computer Engineering Student | Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador

George Kavvalakis

George Kavvalakis

Top100 Leaders in Global Healthcare 2019, BSc, MSc, MCSA, interoperability influencer, Azure Solutions Architect

George Markou

George Markou

Cloud Architect @ Office Line | Microsoft MVP | Technical Trainer

Thodoris Koutanis

Thodoris Koutanis

Cloud Engineer @ Office Line SA | MCT | MS CSA

George Chrysovalantis Grammatikos

George Chrysovalantis Grammatikos

Azure Architect @ Tisski ltd. | Microsoft Azure MVP

Ioannis Kolaxis

Ioannis Kolaxis

Software Architect @ Atos

Michalis Nikolaidis

Michalis Nikolaidis

Software Engineer ∙ Microsoft Certified Professional ∙ Microsoft Certified Trainer

Sergey Chubarov

Sergey Chubarov

Ethical Hacker

Konstantinos Boutsioulis

Konstantinos Boutsioulis

Country Leader at Greece Cyprus and Malta Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors - GOLD Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador

Debasis Saha

Debasis Saha

Microsoft Certified Trainer, C# Corner MVP, Lead Engineer @ WeFiveSoft Pvt. Ltd., Author, Blogger, Speaker

Konstantinos Ziazios

Konstantinos Ziazios

Software developer

Ambarish Ganguly

Ambarish Ganguly

NASA Citizen Scientist , TCS Data and Analytics Practice Lead , ETRM Practice Lead

Lazaros Katanas

Lazaros Katanas

Katanas Lazaros, Cyber Security Consultant

Maria-Anastasia Moustaka

Maria-Anastasia Moustaka

Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador, Digital Leader & Coordinator for New Members and Communities

Nick D. Dendris

Nick D. Dendris

Software Unit Manager, Microsoft Cloud, Intl. Division, Unisystems

Vyron Vasileiadis

Vyron Vasileiadis

Software Engineer & Microsoft Certified Trainer

Vassilis Ioannidis

Vassilis Ioannidis

Sr. Cloud Solutions Architect @ incadea | SQL Server SME| Trainer

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