MSP Techday 2014 - Muito além do Microsoft Azure
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MSP Techday 2014 - Muito além do Microsoft Azure



Palestra realizada no dia 24-05-2014 no encerramento do MSP Techday na sede da Microsoft Brasil. Evento presencial e online.

Palestra realizada no dia 24-05-2014 no encerramento do MSP Techday na sede da Microsoft Brasil. Evento presencial e online.



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  • <br /> Pra falar de Cloud, do pq cloud e pra que cloud... <br /> temos que falar sobre duas coisas... <br /> <br /> Devices e Services
  • Falar dos dispositivos <br /> <br /> Key Points: <br /> “devices” means more than mobile phones <br /> There are currently more connected devices than people on the planet <br /> Windows Embedded powers a number of electronics you interface with throughout the day <br /> <br /> <br /> When you think devices, understandably most people think about their phone. The connectivity and computing power in a smartphone enables you to carry the equivalent of a number of other devices in your pocket: camera, gps, dvd player, cd player, radio, game console . . . <br /> <br /> But thinking of “devices” as just mobile phones and tablets is short sighted. In our everyday lives we are surrounded by sensors and computing devices that are connected to the Internet: From devices that can tweet when a potted plant needs water to the FitBit or Nike Fuel sensor you wear to monitor your own activities, to the smart lightbulbs and interactive T-shirts to medical devices that help save lives daily. When you’re in a sports arena, chances are most of the signs you see are powered by Windows Embeded. <br /> <br /> The number of devices connected to the Internet exceeded the number of people on earth in 2008. It is estimated that by 2020 that number will hit 50 Billion. <br /> <br /> Landlines were passed by mobiles in 2002 (peaking at 1.3B). By 2009, 4.7B mobile subscribers. (Meeker/ International Telecomunications Union 2012) <br /> 400M mobile phones in China. 25M only read books on their phone. <br /> Smartphones are considered “mission-critical” tools that 70% won’t leave home without (Interactive Advertising Bureau, July 2012) <br /> By 2016, 70% of tablets used for work will be purchased by the employees themselves (Forrester, February 2012). <br /> <br /> <br /> Source: During 2008, the number of things connected to the internet exceeded the number of people on earth. By 2020 there will be 50 Billion. (Cisco) <br /> <br />
  • Speaking Points: <br /> There are numerous terms and definitions floating around in the industry for “the cloud”, “cloud computing”, “cloud services”, etc. <br /> Microsoft thinks of the cloud as simply an approach to computing that enables applications to be delivered at scale for a variety of workloads and client devices. <br /> The cloud can help deliver IT as a standardized service…freeing you up to focus on your business <br />
  • Windows interoperates via standard protocols like REST, JSON, AtomPub, and others <br /> Windows works with your identity, be it Facebook, Yahoo, Google, or any other OpenID provider <br /> Windows works with open source, be it Hadoop, Mongo, CouchDB, mySQL, and others <br /> Windows gives back to the open source community, with parts of .net and libraries for multiple non-ms languages published on github <br /> Windows works with the languages developers like ... .NET, Java, PHP, node.js, Python, etc. <br /> Windows works with the tools developers like ... visual studio, eclipse ... we even provide tools for deployment from desktop Linux and Mac <br /> Windows supports server OS distros from SUSE, openSUSE, Ubuntu, CentOS, and now Oracle Linux <br /> Windows supports multiple device platforms, including iOS, Android, and HTML5 <br />
  • Primeira informação: Alteração de Windows para Microsoft Azure... Estratégias e visões de futuro

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  • Muito além do Microsoft Azure Vitor César [Meriat] Cloud Specialist - Software Development Engineer @vitormeriat
  • Dispositivos 2003 2010 2015 2020 50 bilhões
  • Seu Datacenter Web Sites Cloud Services Máquinas Virtuais Microsoft Azure
  • Plataforma ABERTA ●
  • Microsoft Azure Media Services
  • Vídeos são responsáveis por 57% de todo o tráfego da internet
  • Content Protection Format Conversion Ingest Live Streaming DistributionAdvertisingOn-Demand Streaming Encoding  Freewheel Content Management Analytics Players Componentes e tecnologias Microsoft e de terceiros prontos para o uso e integrados em uma única plataforma que simplifica a criação de uma solução de mídia fim-a-fim
  • Microsoft Azure Mobile Services
  • Windows Phone 8 iOS AndroidWindows 8Windows 8 Android Browser Interoperável
  • Arquitetura MAMS SDKs Facebook Twitter Microsoft Google Active Directory SQL Services (CRUD) WNS APNS GCM Windows 8 Apps iOS Android Xamarim Windows Phone 8 iOS Android HTML 5/JS REST API MPNS
  • Build On-Demand Video – patterns & practices Reference: REST API for all platforms Reference: .NET library Nuget package: GitHub: Extensions for .NET SDK: JAVA library Windows / Mac / Linux GitHub: PowerShell cmdlets How to use: Node.js library GitHub:
  • Documentation resource Reference: REST API for all platforms Reference: ALL librarys Nuget package: GitHub: Client SDKs and Samples for Azure Mobile Services
  • Obrigado @vitormeriat
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