WAZUG NL 45: Delta-N
donderdag 22 feb 2018 in Den Haag
Donderdag 22 februari 2018 was er een bijeenkomst van de Nederlandse Microsoft Azure User Group. Dit keer was Delta-N zo vriendelijk om de locatie in Den Haag te sponsoren. We hebben twee Belgische collega's bereid gevonden om de avond te vullen met twee hele interessante sessies.
De agenda zag er als volgt uit:
17:30u Inloop & ontvangst
18:35u–19:30u Sessie 1: Toon Vanhoutte (Codit Belgium) - Serverless CQRS in Azure!
The CQRS pattern enables you to build highly scalable, distributed and event-driven applications. Microsoft Azure contains all the serverless building blocks you need to take advantage of the CQRS pattern. In this session, that focusses mainly on the performance and scalability aspects of CQRS, we're going to transform a monolithic web app into a modern cloud application, that easily handles peak loads and offers great flexibility. Expect architectural guidance, cost-effective designs and live demo's.
Spreker: Toon Vanhoutte is Lead Architect at Codit Belgium and Microsoft Azure MVP. His duty is to design and deliver reliable, secure and scalable integration / backend solutions, both on-premises and in the Azure cloud. His focus is on integration, API Management, IoT and Azure solutions, in line with the Codit strategy. As a solution architect, he’s not scared to take up big challenges and to dive into a development mode. He’s a quite active member of the Microsoft integration community and was speaker on several community and company events. Being a Microsoft Certified Trainer, he loves to share his experiences in workshops, presentations and blogs. As an Azure Advisor, he’s actively collaborating with various Azure product teams.
19:30u–19:40u Korte pauze
19:40u–20:40u Sessie 2: Maarten Balliauw (JetBrains) - Approaches to application request throttling.
Speaking from experience building MyGet.org: users are insane. If you are lucky, they use your service, but in reality, they probably abuse. Crazy usage patterns resulting in more requests than expected, request bursts when users come back to the office after the weekend, and more! These all pose a potential threat to the health of our web application and may impact other users or the service as a whole. Ideally, we can apply some filtering at the front door: limit the number of requests over a given timespan, limiting bandwidth, ...
Spreker: Maarten Balliauw loves building web and cloud apps. His main interests are in ASP.NET MVC, C#, Microsoft Azure, PHP and application performance. He co-founded MyGet and is Developer Advocate at JetBrains. He’s an ASP Insider and MVP for Microsoft Azure. Maarten is a frequent speaker at various national and international events and organizes Azure User Group events in Belgium. In his free time, he brews his own beer. Maarten’s blog can be found at http://blog.maartenballiauw.be.
Laan van Waalhaven 450
2497 GR Den Haag