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B&R Sponsoring & Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Charlotte

  • UNC Charlotte City Center 320 East 9th Street Charlotte, NC, 28202 United States (map)

SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies will meet for the 5th SPS Events Charlotte event on Saturday, August 26th, 2017.

B&R's team members will be presenting the following sessions. As a Platinum sponsor of the event, be sure to stop by the B&R booth and say hello to the team!

 
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Josh
Carlisle

Building Well Performing, Highly Available, and Resilient Azure Solutions for Office 365

Level: 200

Track: Developer

Microsoft Azure is a natural fit for building enhanced solutions for Office 365 but simply deploying your application to Azure does not necessarily ensure that the application will always be available and perform well. In this session we'll be making use of a very common application architecture using Azure Traffic Manager, Azure API Apps, Storage Queues, and Cosmos DB to build a highly resilient API that can both consume and provide data to Office 365 application and components. We'll cover how to monitor and ensure your application can remain available despite data center failures, regional failures, or even application deployment failures. Lastly we'll discuss the new roll of serverless in modern applications.

 

Kent
Del Castillo

Nintex Workflows - Best Practices for Development

Level: 300

Track: IT Pro, Developer

In this session we will discuss best practices for workflow development as recommended by Nintex vTE's and others for both on premises and Office 365. Planning, architecture, performance, and much more will be discussed with techniques and concepts applying to Nintex Workflows but can also apply to SharePoint workflows and other 3rd-party workflow packages.

 

Workflows - 7 Best Practices for Development

Level: 300

Track: IT Pro, Developer

In this session we will discuss seven best practices for workflow development for both on premises and Office 365. Planning, architecture, performance, and much more will be discussed with techniques and concepts that can apply to both SharePoint workflows and other 3rd-party workflow packages.

 

Mike
Oryszak

Making Automation Personal: The Next Step in Digital Transformation

Level: 200

Track: End-User, Business

True digital transformation requires more than incremental improvements and goes beyond individual projects or processes. To become true digital masters, organizations need to think differently and work to enable their members to rethink everything they do in order to identify opportunities for automation. By addressing the capabilities for enhancing workflow automation as a personalized technology capability, organizations can take a giant leap forward and feed and innovation cycle without any limits. This session will help reframe the primary focus from large, centralized processes to enhancing individual and team collaborators that can drive their own process automation using a variety of commonly available no-code solutions. We will dive into techniques to educate and grow the organization's capabilities and also review some of the commonly supported models for measuring the results and ROI.