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[STHLM] Azure Integration Service Environment (ISE) + Time Series Insights | XLENT | måndag, 14. oktober 2019

Welcome to an Integration User Group Sweden event. This time with a traveler from the other side of the world in the form of Dan Toomey who will presents his view on when to use an Integration Service Environment (ISE), He will be followed by Johan Hedberg who will do a deep dive on Azure Time Series Insights.



Agenda:
18:00 Dan Toomey - Four scenarios for using an ISE19:00 Break for food and networking19:30 Johan Hedberg - Analyze and gain insights into your time series data
Sessions and Speakers:
Four Scenarios for Using an ISEThe new Integration Service Environment offering is a major enhancement in the Microsoft Azure integration space. With dedicated resources and VNET support, ISE opens up new possibilities for serverless iPaaS in connecting to on-prem, Azure, and SaaS services. This session will cover just a few scenarios that ISE make possible.Dan ToomeyMicrosoft Azure MVP | Senior Integration Specialist, DeloitteDan is a Senior Integration Specialist for Deloitte as well as a Microsoft Azure MVP, a Microsoft Certified Solution Expert in Cloud Platform (MCSE), a Microsoft Certified Azure Developer (MCPD), and a Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist (MCTS) in BizTalk Server 2010. He’s also a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and a published Pluralsight author. He is a frequent speaker at Australian community events, including the Brisbane Azure User Group, the Global Integration Bootcamp, the Global Azure Bootcamp, Xamarin Dev Days, API Days (Melbourne) and the Brisbane BizTalk User Group which he founded in 2005. He has also twice presented at INTEGRATE in London, as well as at Microsoft Tech Summit and at Microsoft Ignite in Australia. Dan has authored two courses for Pluralsight and is an active blogger [].

Analyze and gain insights into your time series dataIf you've got time series data - a sequence of events in time such as stock prices, meter readings, IoT device data, wind speeds, speedometer data, sales data, or virtually anything that represents time based events - you likely have some challenges: How do I design a data ingestion pipeline that meets my needs? How do I manage and store the data in a performant, open and accessible way? How do I query, analyze and gain insight into the meaning and importance of that data?Azure Time Series Insights helps you with these three and in this session I will show you how it can be used, how you can get started, how to tie it together with other Azure services and how it can help you solve you time series data HedbergConsultant, "Full stack" Developer and Architect @ XLENTSpecializing in IoT and Integration solutions. Microsoft MVP for 11+ years. Based in Stockholm, Sweden.