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PUNE DEVCON 2019

{Premier Event for Developers}

Date: 14th December, 2019

Time: 9.30 AM to 6.00 PM


Venue:
5thFloor, A - wing,
MCCIA Trade Towers,
International Convention Center,
403, Senapati Bapat Road,
Pune- 411016.

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About DevCon


Pune DevCon is Premier Event for Developers.
An event for developers to share, collaborate and meet up with like minded technology enthusiasts.

Along with interesting interactive sessions Microsoft Azure, ML, AI, VSTS, DevOps, Windows, .NET, Visual Studio, Dockers and many more technologies in Microsoft and Open Source Family, DevCon proves to be a platform for learning and sharing new technology.


Why This Event Is Super Cool?

Tracks & Sessions

5 Tracks covering 20+ sessions on technologies like Azure, Visual Studio, IoT, Blockchain etc.

Free Registration

As always, registration to Pune User Group's event is free.

Discuss with experts

Get all your queries solved from the 25+ industry experts present at the venue.

Meet the Speakers

Abhijit Gadre



Amitabh Jain



Chetan Desai



Gautam Sheth



Gouri Sohoni



Kunal Chandratre



Mahesh Sabnis



Manish Prabhu



Mayur Tendulkar



Mukesh Gawhade



Nadaraj Prabhu



Nauzad Kapadia



Naval Thakur



Nish Anil



Omkar Khair



Paras Pagare



Pushkar Saraf



Sachin Shinde



Sanjay Vyas



Shrikant Darvhekar



Sri Harsha Gajavalli




Subodh Sohoni



Suhas Desai



Rohit Srivastwa



Vikram Pendse



Ziaullah Khan



Registration

As always, registration is free for the event!

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Venue

5thFloor, A - wing,
MCCIA Trade Towers,
International Convention Center,
403, Senapati Bapat Road,
Pune- 411016.


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Agenda

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Azure VM Scale Sets - Unsung Hero Service

Kunal Chandratre - Hall No. 7, 9.45 AM to 11.00 AM

Never ending greedy demands for VMs can be satisfied by Azure VM Scale Sets. In this session we will spend good amount of time on what problems we can face when we talk about Infra scale demands and HA need So that we form the basis for why VMSS. Then we will discuss autoscale, Architectures, best practices for VMSS.

Chaos on software development

Sanjay Vyas - Hall No. 3, 9.45 AM to 11.00 AM

Developers knowingly/unknowingly write code in a manner that it requires modification in future. What makes it worse is that the modification may be carried out by next generation of developers, who don't have context of the code, which the original developers had, leading to bugs and require extensive regression testing. It is easy to analyse such code and reduce the scenarios which lead to modification, reducing the chaos in software development.

Azure Automation in Microsoft Azure

Gouri Sohoni - Hall No. 2, 3.00 PM to 4.15 PM

In this session I will discuss various aspects about Azure Automation like Runbooks, schedules, jobs and webhooks, Desired State Configuration (DSC) to create configurations and applying it to nodes. I will also discuss how Update Management can be used on the virtual machines. I will touch upon how Source Control Integration will help in keeping the configurations in Source Control.

Using Azure DevOps for CI/CD of Docker containers on Azure Kubernetes Service

Subodh Sohoni - Hall No. 2, 4.30 PM to 5.45 PM

Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) has become a popular orchestration engine for Docker containers hosted on Azure. In this session Subodh will explain concepts of Continuous Integration - Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) of ASP.NET Core application which is to be created in containers that are orchestrated by AKS. During this session he will demonstrate the use of Azure DevOps Pipelines for this CI/CD.

What New in .NET Core 3.x

Mahesh Sabnis - Hall No. 5, 3.00 PM to 4.15 PM

This session is designed to explains new features of .NEW features of .NET Core 3.x for build, Deployment and Migration from .NET Core 2.x to .NET Core 3.x.



Multi-container Microservices Enterprise Application Development using .Net core 3.0

Ziaullah Khan - Hall No. 5, 4.30 PM to 5.45 PM

Most applications today are monoliths. Moving to containers is not about creating Docker images and deploying them on to the cloud. It's about diving code into smaller chunks of logical separate code. By applying multiple application architecture principles and code refactoring techniques we'll divide the monoliths into separate services. We'll then create separate docker images for each logical unit and learn how to create enterprise-grade applications.

PnP Provisioning Deep Dive

Gautam Sheth - Hall No. 3, 1.30 PM to 2.45 PM

Wanna provision Intranet in a box within minutes? What if your solution requires SPFx webparts, extensions, Microsoft Teams and SharePoint site collections? In this session, you will learn the new capabilities of the PnP Provisioning engine to provision an entire Intranet within minutes in a structured, repeatable and most importantly, in a maintainable manner. This session is intended for developers and architects working with Office 365 to get a deeper understanding of the modern provisioning solutions.

Application Modernization with .NET Core

Abhijit Gadre - Hall No. 5, 1.30 PM to 2.45 PM

The session talks about how to modernize legacy ASP.NET web application to ASP.NET Core application. The session will mainly focus around the migration path for such legacy applications and various considerations one should take for a successful migration. This includes considerations with respect to various components of the architecture such as MVC, Web API, Security, Configuration, HTTP Modules etc.



(almost) Free personal VPN & Ad Blocking DNS Server

Rohit Srivastwa - Hall No. 3, 4.30 PM to 5.45 PM

In this session I'll do a live demonstration of how one can setup am almost free VPN server for personal use and connect worry-free to free public WiFi. This session will also include setting up of a DNS server which will protect users against unwanted ADs in browsing experience. All will be under 30 minutes so that you can learn and make your own setup when back at home.

Machine Learning in Azure Security Center

Suhas Desai - Hall No. 1, 11.15 AM to 12.30 PM

Azure security center plays an important role in securing Azure eco-system. This session will discuss on how Azure security center with Machine learning capabilities can help to detect, prevent and investigate the security incidents. It also focuses on machine learning methods to enable adaptive application control to detect malware, application whitelisting and comply with organization’s security policies and baseline standards.

Building an AI on the Edge solution with OpenVINO and Intel Movidius

Omkar Khair - Hall No. 1, 4.30 PM to 5.45 PM

There is an obvious benefit with AI driven solutions running on the Edge in terms of latency. But making the necessary compute power available on the edge and at the required scale quickly becomes a bottleneck. With advanacements in FPGA based alternatives to GPU we might have a cost effective way to deliver said services. In this session we look at the OpenVINO SDK and Intel Movidius achieve just that.

Azure Arc

Pushkar Saraf - Hall No. 2, 1.30 PM to 2.45 PM

Explore more about the Latest and Greatest Update from Microsoft “Azure Arc” which enables customers with a single azure management unit. Arc simplifies the management of different environments, from your on-premises to other private/public cloud environments. We would have some discussion on the floor about 1. Why is it a game-changer 2. How it enables enterprises with financial lucrative models 3. What changes in the Organizations governance models 4. Effects on BCDR / Multi-Cloud strategies.

Simplify sign in, authorization and identity life cycle management with the Microsoft identity platform

Chetan Desai - Hall No. 7, 1.30 PM to 2.45 PM

Building a secure and usable sign-in experience has been difficult and time-consuming. Whether you’re building an app to reach consumers or enterprises, the Microsoft identity platform is here to help. In this session, learn how to authenticate personal Microsoft or Azure Active Directory accounts, and securely access APIs in your apps. Once integrated with the Microsoft identity platform, see how you can start accessing data in Microsoft Graph to build richer applications and automate identity life cycle management.

Architecting Modern Data warehouse on Microsoft Azure

Mukesh Gawhade, Vikram Pendse - Hall No. 7, 4.30 PM to 5.45 PM

Join us to explore how you can design and build state of art Modern Data warehouse which is capable of processing variety, velocity and volume of data. Using cutting edge services like Microsoft Azure Synapse (formerly SQL Data warehouse), Azure Databricks for number churning and ADLS (Data Lake) to store any type of data we will demonstrate how you can also build visualization using Power BI.





Lap around Conversational AI using Microsoft Azure Bot & Cognitive Services

Vikram Pendse - Hall No. 1, 1.30 PM to 2.45 PM

Enterprises have a significant need to deliver a conversational assistant tailored to their brand, personalized to their users, and made available across a broad range of devices and social canvases. In this session we will take a dive into building conversational AI solutions leveraging the latest tools from the Azure Bot Service and Cognitive Services. We will also see how to build an end-to-end solution that provides developers and enterprises a set of core foundational capabilities and full control over the end-user experience.

PowerApps & Flow – up close with connectors

Manish Prabhu - Hall No. 3, 11.15 AM to 12.30 PM

In this session, we will look at how various types of connectors can be integrated with PowerApps and Flow (now known as Power Automate). We will start by integrating some out-of-box connectors into an app and work our way through more advanced DIY connector scenarios. If you are entirely unfamiliar with PowerApps/Flow, despair not! We will cover some of the basics about how PowerApps work along the way.





Azure SQL Database Serverless

Shrikant Darvhekar - Hall No. 7, 3.00 PM to 4.15 PM

Providing auto-scaling and optimized price-performance for database workloads. Learn about using Serverless in SQL Database and to save cost while achieving the desired performance. We will cover various parameters like compute tier, cost, scenarios that suit Serverless, Auto-scaling, Auto Pause, Auto Resume and On-Boarding.

Hyper-personalization using PowerApps

Paras Pagare - Hall No. 3, 3.00 PM to 4.15 PM

The accelerating enterprise use of cloud-based software platforms has allowed citizen developers to build feature-rich, custom business apps without writing code. In this session, we’ll see how powerapps with its rich business logic and workflow capabilities empowers customers to build their own apps on top of their data and seamlessly integrate that with your platform.

Building “Responsible AI Solutions” with Azure Machine Learning

Amitabh Jain - Hall No. 1, 9.45 AM to 10.30 AM

Responsible AI focuses on ensuring the ethical, transparent and accountable use of AI technologies in a manner consistent with user expectations, organizational values and societal laws and norms. The session will focus on 1. Using model interpretability for explanations about predictions to better understand model behavior. 2. Reducing model bias by applying common fairness metrics, automatically making comparisons and using recommended mitigations.

Automating Infrastructure (as code) with Azure Pipelines (using Terraform & SaltStack)

Sachin Shinde & Naval Thakur - Hall No. 2, 9.45 AM to 11.00 AM

In today’s fast paced software development world, we need an underlying Infrastructure delivery that can keep up and provide consistency and quality delivery of infrastructure components without compromising the security requirements. “Infrastructure as Code” (IaC) enables a code to be written to describe the desired state of any new machine/Infrastructure and the code execution to result in an available and ready to operate infrastructure. We will talk about DevOps Pipeline which is cloud agnostic to provide a scalable, secure, cost effective and maintainable production ready infrastructure deployment, using Terraform (Provisioning) & Salt Stack (Configuration) tool.

.NET Today and Tomorrow!

Nish Anil - Hall No. 4, 9.45 AM to 11.00 AM

Come see what .NET can do today and the future of .NET. Engineering updates on .NET core 3.0 updates, Blazor, gRPC, Desktop, ML .NET, .NET 5 and more.

Azure Integration Platform

Mayur Tendulkar - Hall No. 5, 11.15 AM to 12.30 PM

Businesses and solutions needs connectivity and integration between them for better functionality, scalability, and availability. In this session, join Mayur to understand integration services offered by Microsoft Azure and how or when and where to use them.

Building real-time web applications with ASP.NET Core SignalR

Nauzad Kapadia - Hall No. 5, 11.15 AM to 12.30 PM

Real time features are now a standard requirement in a lot of web applications. SignalR has been one of the best frameworks available for adding realtime capabilities in a web applications. This session covers the different low-level transports used, SignalR concepts and how to integrate clients and hubs.

Fast, Portable and Accurate Neural Networks

Sri Harsha Gajavalli - Hall No. 1, 3.00 PM to 4.15 PM

Algorithmic optimization techniques to improve network performance, including network compression techniques such as network pruning, low precision, and sparsity. Effective techniques to improve inference speed and portability, including a comparison of the classic approach vs. a more accurate approach to considering flops, parameters, compute, memory, and heap size.

DevOps Infrastructure as Code

Nadaraj Prabhu - Hall No. 2, 11.15 AM to 12.30 PM

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is the management of infrastructure (networks, virtual machines, load balancers, and connection topology) in a descriptive model, using the same versioning as DevOps team uses for source code. DevOps is the combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that increases an organization's ability to deliver applications and services at high velocity. Cloud computing has had a major impact on how companies build, scale, and maintain technology products. Most important thing to understand is that IaC is deterministic which offers same environment definition where every engineer will wind up with the same system configuration.

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