2020-10-14 - Meet the new Azure Digital Twins
Azure Digital Twins allow customer to create rich models that allows optimizations of the general flow of business. And there’s a new public preview available! Let’s see what Azure Digital Twins mean for our IoT projects.
Meet the new Azure Digital Twins
As announced at Microsoft Build 2020, Azure Digital Twins has a new public preview. Azure Digital Twins allow customer to create rich models that allows optimizations of the general flow of business.
For this session we are excited to have Christopher from the EMEA IoT & Edge computing team joining us.
Digital Twins is a platform for developers to model the real world, controlled using a rich set of REST APIs and C# SDK. In this session, we are going through all the new capabilities of the new Azure Digital Twin platform. Glenn & Christopher will show you how to model your Digital Twin Graph and use the live execution environment to create a rich eco system for your IoT data processing.
Attendees will learn when and how Azure Digital Twins is ideal for their IoT solution. Making sure they are ready to build the next generation of IoT platforms.
Speaker: Glenn Colpaert is the founder and CTO of Zure Belgium. He is a Microsoft Azure MVP since 2014 and is a frequent speaker at national and international events.
With over 10 years of experience gained in many national and international projects, he can adapt quickly to customer-specific situations and scenarios. Currently, he’s mainly focused on designing and building secure, scalable cloud-based solutions on Microsoft Azure. His blog can be found on https://glenncolpaert.github.io/
Glenn on Twitter: @GlennColpaert
Speaker: Christopher Maneu is a cloud engineer & Startups developer advocate at Microsoft. His mission is to help every technologist on the planet succeed, focusing on startups. He works with, help and teaches developers across the continent on cloud and open-source technologies.
He’s currently leading the advocacy efforts for the IoT & Edge computing space in EMEA.
Event date: October 14, 2020 - you are welcome to hang out in our Slack team or on the YouTube Live chat from 16:30, sessions start at 17:00
Online at www.azug.be/live, details will be e-mailed closer to the event.