Speaking at Integrate 2016


BizTalk360 has recently released more details on their annual conference in London.  This year there is a name change.  Instead of the BizTalk Summit, the name gets altered to align with the “Integrate” brand.  In case you were not aware, BizTalk360 organized the last Integrate Summit in Redmond back in December 2014 so it makes sense to carry that name forward. BizTalk360 has been working closely with the Microsoft product groups to put on a great event.

This year the summit looks to be better and bigger than ever.  There are more than 20 speakers lined up over 3 days .  The speakers have a variety of backgrounds including Microsoft Product Group, Consultants, Customers, System Integrators and MVPs. There is also an opportunity to hear from the Microsoft’s leadership team and get insight into their plans as it pertains to Azure App Service and Integration.

The session abstracts look great! The topics cover a broad set of technologies that will appeal to integration focused professionals.  The topics include:

  • BizTalk Server 2016
  • Azure Logic Apps
  • Azure App Service
  • Azure Service Bus (Event Hubs and Messaging)
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Azure API Management
  • Azure Stream Analytics
  • Power Bi

My topic will focus on some the recent learnings from an Industrial IoT project.  I will talk about tag data ingestion, complex event processing (calculations, reference data, out of bounds, absence of event) and visualization.  I will also throw in a little BizTalk and Logic apps for good measure.

This will be my third time speaking in London at a BizTalk360 event.  I am once again looking forward to the experience as BizTalk360 always puts on a good show and it is a great opportunity to network with the excellent European Integration community.

For more details, please check out the event page.  There are early bird specials so pay close attention to the dates.

See you in London!

http://www.biztalk360.com/integrate-2016/

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