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Wednesday, October 3 • 08:45 - 09:45
Azure Stack: Lessons learned from use in the real world

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Azure Stack is unique in offering a truly cloud consistent experience for users and developers. But just how consistent is that experience, and what do you need to know if you are developing on and for Stack?
In this session we’ll talk about what Stack has to offer and the two flavours it comes in: production MAS and development ASDK. We’ll focus on managing the ASDK and how key deployment decisions for MAS have implications for ASDK. We’ll cover running an ASDK within your network and how to configure it to give your development teams the best experience, and how to connect Stack within your DevOps pipeline.
Knowing where Stack and Azure are the same and where they diverge is critical to effective use. During the session we’ll see where those differences are, how some are dependent upon your deployment model and how to avoid issues in production by thinking ahead during development and planning.
The learnings I will cover all come from my own involvement in software development project targeted at Azure Stack. I will share my experiences and learnings and talk about where I believe Stack can be a good fit for your hybrid cloud project, and where not. Come to this session to learn about how you can use Azure-consistent services with and without an internet connection and what I believe are the current strengths and weaknesses of Azure Stack.


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Rik Hepworth

Consultant, Azure MVP and Evangelist, Black Marble
In my day-job as Consulting Services Director at Black Marble I work with customers large and small to help them develop and deliver projects both on-premises and in the Cloud. As an Azure MVP and evangelist I share the things I learn and the technologies I use with the technical... Read More →


Wednesday October 3, 2018 08:45 - 09:45
Room 4