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Chad Green

Chad Green

Sr. Software Architect at Jasper Engines | Cloud Tech Leader | Microsoft MVP | Speaker & Innovator | USMC Vet | Lego Builder #Tech #Cloud #Community

Louisville, Kentucky, United States

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Chad Green, a seasoned Senior Software Architect at Jasper Engines & Transmissions, boasts a distinguished three-decades-long career in building customer-centric solutions. Currently leading the migration of legacy applications to cloud-native technologies, Chad's impactful career includes roles in the senior living, education, healthcare, government, financial, chemical, safety, and consumer goods industries. Beyond his professional pursuits, Chad is a dedicated community leader, having founded and led Code PaLOUsa for 13 years. Recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Developer Technologies and Azure, Chad's global influence extends to his active role in organizing meetups and speaking at national and international events. A proud father, loving husband, and a United States Marine Corps veteran, Chad channels his diverse interests into building intricate Lego sets and a detailed Lego city, showcasing his passion for innovation and attention to detail.

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Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology

Topics

  • .NET
  • ASP.NET Core
  • .NET Core
  • C#
  • Azure Functions
  • Cosmos DB
  • Event-Driven Architecture
  • Azure
  • Azure SQL Server
  • Microsoft
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Azure DevOps
  • Microsoft Technologies
  • microservices
  • Microservice Architecture
  • Architecture
  • Cloud Architecture
  • Azure Architecture
  • Clean Architecture
  • architecture patterns

Unleashing Extreme Scalability with Azure Functions

Join us for an illuminating conference session on the cutting edge of cloud computing, where we'll delve into the intricacies of building event-driven applications at an extreme scale using Azure Functions. Get invaluable insights and best practices for designing applications that effortlessly scale to meet colossal workloads. The session will include an exclusive preview of upcoming features in Azure Functions that promise to redefine scalability, pushing the boundaries of what's achievable in serverless computing. This session offers a unique opportunity to explore the future of event-driven architectures and stay ahead in the rapidly evolving world of cloud computing. Come to discover how Azure Functions is leading the way in enabling applications to scale at unprecedented levels.

Navigating the Maze: Communicating Architecture Decisions with Architecture Decision Records

The most commonly asked question in software architecture is why a team used a particular architectural style, set of patterns, technology, etc. Effective communication of architectural decisions is paramount in the ever-evolving landscape of software architecture. Architecture Decision Records (ADRs) are invaluable for documenting, sharing, and understanding these decisions. Come to this enlightening session and explore the significance of ADRs in facilitating clear and transparent communication within architectural teams.

We will discuss the fundamental principles of ADRs and examine how they capture the rationale, context, and consequences of architectural choices. Through real-world examples and case studies, we will see the practical application of ADRs in various scenarios, from small-scale projects to large, complex systems.

Furthermore, we will discuss best practices for creating, managing, and evolving ADRs throughout a project's lifecycle. From initiation to implementation, learn how to harness the power of ADRs to foster collaboration, mitigate risks, and maintain architectural integrity.

Whether you are a seasoned architect or a budding developer, this session promises to equip you with the knowledge and skills to communicate architecture decisions effectively using ADRs, empowering you to navigate the architectural maze confidently and clearly and be able to answer the question of why today, tomorrow, and in the future.

Design and Develop a Serverless Event-Driven Microservice-Based Solution

You have heard all the buzzwords such as microservices, event-driven architecture, serverless, etc. You probably have attended sessions that talk about these terms. But how do you put all that together?

During this full-day workshop, you will start by designing a solution using serverless and event-driven cloud services using microservice patterns. Then you will build that solution using .NET, Azure services, and other best-practice tools. Finally, you will deploy that solution to the cloud so your customers can reap the rewards of a well-architected, reliable, and scalable solution that meets their needs today and provides for growth in the future.

Code, Connect, Conquer: Mastering Serverless and API-Centric Designs

In today's rapidly evolving landscape of cloud computing and software architecture, the paradigms of serverless computing and API-driven architectures stand out as transformative forces driving efficiency, scalability, and innovation. This session explores these two intertwined concepts' core principles, benefits, and practical applications.

Beginning with exploring serverless computing, we define its essence and trace its evolution from traditional server-based models. We unravel the manifold benefits it offers, from seamless scalability and cost-effectiveness to reduced operational overhead and accelerated time-to-market. Delving deeper, we dissect the critical components of serverless architecture, including Functions as a Service (FaaS), Backend as a Service (BaaS), and event-driven paradigms.

Transitioning to API-driven architectures, we illuminate their pivotal role in modern software development, emphasizing their modularity, reusability, and interoperability. We discuss API design principles, the significance of API gateways, and real-world examples showcasing their transformative potential in diverse domains.

Throughout the session, we navigate the intricate challenges and considerations, from cold start latency and vendor lock-in to security implications and monitoring complexities. Drawing from practical insights and future trends, we anticipate these paradigms' continued evolution and intersection with emerging technologies.

Join us on this enlightening journey as we unravel the intricate tapestry of serverless computing and API-driven architectures, empowering you to harness their full potential in your software endeavors.

Choosing Your Code Companion: GitHub vs Azure DevOps

The acquisition of GitHub by Microsoft sent ripples through the software development community, sparking debates and uncertainties about the future of version control and project management platforms. Amidst this backdrop, our presentation seeks to demystify the landscape by conducting a thorough comparative analysis of GitHub and Azure DevOps.

GitHub, a household name in collaborative coding, has flourished with its intuitive interface and vibrant community. Azure DevOps, meanwhile, has emerged as a formidable contender within the Microsoft ecosystem, offering a comprehensive suite of tools tailored for seamless integration and scalability.

Let us dive into the intricacies of version control workflows, project management capabilities, and CI/CD pipelines, examining how each platform addresses the evolving needs of modern development teams. Drawing on real-world examples and use cases, we explore the nuances of GitHub and Azure DevOps, elucidating their strengths and limitations in diverse scenarios.

Moreover, we confront the elephant in the room: the post-acquisition confusion. Microsoft's stewardship of GitHub has prompted questions about whether Azure DevOps remains a viable solution. Will Microsoft kill off Azure DevOps in favor of the more accepted GitHub? We will navigate this uncertainty, offering insights into how the acquisition has influenced the strategic positioning and feature offerings of GitHub and Azure DevOps.

By the end of our presentation, attendees will be equipped with a nuanced understanding of both platforms, enabling them to navigate the crossroads with confidence and clarity. The goal is to empower development teams to make informed decisions, leveraging the strengths of GitHub and Azure DevOps to propel their projects forward in the ever-evolving software development landscape.

Azure Durable Functions for Serverless .NET Orchestration

Durable Functions is an open-source extension to Azure Functions that enable long-running orchestrations and stateful processes to execute as serverless functions. Learn about the common use patterns for durable functions, how to implement them, and the best practices for writing simple or complex stateful orchestrations.

Architect Like a Boss: Mastering Serverless Design Patterns

Are you ready to advance your serverless architecture skills? Join this dynamic session where you will master serverless design patterns and learn to architect like a boss!

In this power-packed session, we will dive deep into serverless architecture, unveiling the secrets behind building scalable, resilient, cost-effective applications. From event-driven architectures to microservices and beyond, we will explore the essential design patterns that empower you to craft serverless solutions like a seasoned pro.

Forget the guesswork and uncertainty – with expert guidance, you will gain invaluable insights and actionable strategies for tackling common challenges such as asynchronous workloads, workflow management, and error handling in the serverless realm. Whether you are a seasoned cloud architect or a curious newcomer, this session promises to equip you with the knowledge and tools to architect serverless applications with confidence and finesse.

Take advantage of this opportunity to elevate your skills and architect like a boss in serverless computing. Join us and unlock the keys to mastering serverless design patterns for unparalleled success!

Building Serverless Solutions with Azure and .NET

Join for an immersive full-day workshop where you’ll dive deep into the world of serverless computing using Azure and .NET. This workshop is designed for developers and architects eager to harness the power of serverless technologies to build scalable, efficient, and cost-effective solutions.

Throughout the day, participants will engage in hands-on activities to explore the key concepts, tools, and best practices for building serverless applications on the Azure platform with the .NET framework.

By the end of the workshop, participants will have gained practical experience in designing, developing, and deploying serverless solutions on Azure using .NET, equipping them with the skills needed to leverage serverless technologies effectively in their projects.

Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your serverless development expertise and take your applications to the next level. Register now and embark on a journey towards building scalable, resilient, and cost-efficient solutions with Azure and .NET.

Terraform: The Developer's Swiss Army Knife for Infrastructure

Exploring the landscape of infrastructure automation, this presentation illuminates Terraform as an indispensable tool for developers navigating the complexities of modern technology ecosystems. Participants embark on a journey through the fundamentals of Infrastructure as Code (IaC), unraveling Terraform's declarative configuration language and its transformative impact on development workflows. Through hands-on demonstrations, attendees discover Terraform is a conduit for seamless integration with cloud services and APIs, empowering developers to sculpt scalable and maintainable infrastructure deployments. Emphasizing collaboration, the session highlights Terraform's role in bridging the gap between development and operations teams, fostering a shared responsibility and innovation culture. Armed with newfound knowledge, developers emerge prepared to harness Terraform's capabilities as they embark on their quest to conquer the ever-evolving landscape of modern infrastructure automation.

Other Duties as Assigned

"Other duties as assigned" is a phrase included in just about everyone's job description and generally means the tasks that the hiring manager or human resources could not think of when writing the job description. As a result, employees often do not even get assigned such tasks or hardly notice when performing them. But what if we sought out such things, embraced them, became better at our jobs, and, in turn, benefited our careers by not only taking on these other duties but seeking them out?

Chad Green's professional software development career was kickstarted by "other duties as assigned." Over three decades later, Chad has performed many duties that fell outside of his job descriptions. Learn how he embraced these assignments and improved his core skills through them and how they have made him the leader he is today.

Leading with Strength: Applying Marine Corps Leadership Traits to Software Development Teams

What is leadership? That term gets thrown around a lot, but what is it? What do leaders do that makes them leaders? Leadership can be learned, and that is good as leaders are in high demand and short supply.

The parallels between military leadership and leading software development teams are striking, emphasizing the importance of integrity, decisiveness, and dependability. This conference session aims to bridge the gap between these seemingly disparate worlds by introducing attendees to the 14 Marine Corps Leadership Traits and demonstrating their practical application in software development leadership.

The session will provide a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental distinctions between a boss or manager and a true leader. Attendees will learn that leadership is not just about authority but about inspiring, guiding, and empowering team members to achieve their fullest potential. Through real-world examples and interactive exercises, participants will gain actionable insights into fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and accountability within their software development teams.

By merging the values and practices of the United States Marine Corps with the nuances of software development leadership, this session equips attendees with a unique toolkit to lead their teams with confidence and purpose. Whether you are a seasoned leader or embarking on your leadership journey, this session promises to inspire and empower you to lead your software development teams to new heights of success.

Cloud Nirvana Awaits: Azure’s Serverless Symphony Unveiled!

Join us on a transformative journey as we explore the realm of serverless architecture within the Microsoft Azure ecosystem. Discover the foundational principles and diverse benefits of serverless computing and delve into crucial Azure services such as Azure Functions, Logic Apps, Event Grid, Durable Functions, Static Web Apps, API Management, and Container Apps. Through practical insights, best practices, and real-world case studies, gain a comprehensive understanding of how these services cater to specific business needs. Whether aiming to streamline workflows, build scalable applications, or optimize data processing, this presentation equips you with the knowledge to make informed decisions, fostering efficiency and innovation in your organization's cloud journey.

Crack the Code to Scalability: Mastering Serverless Architectures for Unstoppable Apps!

Discover the secrets to unleashing the full potential of serverless architecture in this captivating session. Delving into the core principles and challenges of serverless computing, the session will guide participants through proven architectural patterns that elevate the scalability and resilience of their applications. From event-driven design to microservices orchestration, attendees will gain practical insights into optimizing performance, enhancing security, and implementing effective monitoring strategies within a serverless environment. Join us for an enlightening journey into the future of cloud-native development, equipping you with the tools and knowledge to transform your projects into unstoppable, scalable wonders.

File New: Build a Fully-Managed and Documented API

Azure API Management is a way to create consistent modern API gateways for existing backend services. It provides an interface for your backend services and APIs while ensuring they are secured, monitored, maintained, well-documented, and published to the cloud. In this session, we will focus on the how by creating a new Azure API Management instance, configuring API endpoints to be served by the API Management instance, setting up rate-limiting, transforming data coming in and out of the endpoints, providing a portal for developers to intact with the API, and add security and performance. You will see firsthand how to get the most out of Azure API Management to make your APIs accessible to your internal and external customers.

File New: Build a Serverless Microservices from Scratch

The microservice pattern serves as an excellent practice in building modern applications to be more resilient and reduce dependencies across multiple components of a system. Often these solutions are based on complex web frameworks and containerization. Using Azure Functions, we can develop more concise services even quicker and get many additional benefits that come with serverless technology without all the operational management. In this session, we will focus on the how by starting with an empty Visual Studio solution and building a complete serverless microservice solution using Azure Functions that solve a real-world problem. You will see firsthand how to design, develop, and deploy the Azure Function App providing services usable to perform valuable services.

File New: Build a Event-Driven Architected Microservice from Scratch

Event-driven microservice architectures provide a versatile approach to designing and integrating complex software systems with independent, encapsulated components. During this session, we will focus on the how by starting with an empty Visual Studio solution and building a complete event-driven architected microservice to solve a real-world problem. You will see firsthand how to design, develop, and deploy a decoupled, encapsulated, responsive, scalable, and independent solution. We’ll talk about potential pitfalls, and you will see how to get around them.

Time Travelling Data: A Quick Overview of SQL Server Temporal Tables

Often customers will ask what the data looked like on a particular date and you might have built completed triggers and procedures to track that history. But SQL Server and Azure SQL already have a solution built-in, and it's straightforward to use. During this quick overview, you will understand what Temporal Tables are, the key scenarios around their use, and how to use built-in query syntax to retrieve the values of database records at a point in time. We will also look at how Entity Framework Core makes this even easier now with Temporal Table support.

Design and Develop a Serverless Event-Driven Microservice-Based Solution in 2 Days

You have heard all the buzzwords such as microservices, event-driven architecture, serverless, etc. You probably have attended sessions that talk about these terms. But how do you put all that together?

During this two-day workshop, you will start by designing a solution using serverless and event-driven cloud services using microservice patterns. Then you will build that solution using .NET, Azure services, and other best-practice tools. Finally, you will deploy that solution to the cloud so your customers can reap the rewards of a well-architected, reliable, and scalable solution that meets their needs today and provides for growth in the future.

Beyond Hello World: Getting Deeper into Azure Functions

By now, you surely have seen the HTTP trigger within Azure Functions. Just about every presentation uses that trigger to show how awesome Azure Functions can be. But there is a bunch more you can do with Azure Functions using the other triggers and bindings, which make Azure Functions a fantastic tool in your tool chest for solving all sorts of needs. So come and hear about these triggers and bindings and see real-world examples of how they have been employed in different solutions to solve real customer needs.

Develop a Serverless Event-Driven Microservice-Based Solution in a Day

You have heard all the buzzwords such as microservices, event-driven architecture, serverless, etc. You probably have attended sessions that talk about these terms. But how do you put all that together?

During this workshop, you will build a solution using serverless and event-driven cloud services implementing microservice patterns. Then you will deploy that solution to the cloud so your customers can reap the rewards of a well-architected, reliable, and scalable solution that meets their needs today and provides for growth in the future.

Building Great Libraries

“Bad libraries build collections; good libraries build services; great libraries build communities.” Whether you are building a class library containing common functionality to use within your company’s products, a class library for your customers to be able to use your services, or the next great open-source project; you should take great care when building a class library so that it is easy to use and widely adopted. During this session, we will talk about coding standards you should apply, documentation, dependencies, publishing, versioning, and handling breaking changes so that you can build class libraries that developers will enjoy using instead of those they curse at.

Building Event-Driven Microservices

Event-driven architecture promotes the production, detection, consumption of, and reaction to events. Using this type of architecture can improve how your products respond to events coming in from multiple sources – especially when you need to take various actions based upon an event. During this session, we’ll explore event-driven architecture and how we can incorporate it into a microservice pattern to develop lightweight services that can quickly react to events coming from multiple sources. While the architecture can work with different technologies, we’ll implement this approach using Azure services.

Building Microservice REST APIs Using Azure Functions

The microservice pattern serves as an excellent practice in building modern applications to be more resilient and reduce dependencies across the multiple parts of a product. But generally, these involve complex web frameworks and containerization to get those benefits. But using Azure Functions, we can develop more concise services even quicker and get many of the benefits of serverless technology without lots of operational management. In this session, we’ll explore Azure Functions and see how they can be used to build out a microservice-based solution.

The Taming of the API

Tranio tells Lucentio that, “No profit grows where is no pleasure ta’en: In brief, sir, study what you most affect.” While Tranio’s point was to get Lucentio to loosen up for him to “live a little,” this is still a valuable lesson to developers. Your team has worked hard to build the functionality that provides all of your customers’ needs, but how easily have you made it for them to access that? Sometimes building the API is the easy part; making them usable is the hard part. But by adding an API gateway, we can make it easier for customers to access functionality and data provided by your application.

In this presentation, we will look at API gateways in general and how to use them to make your APIs usable. We’ll then go into examples using Azure’s API Management service, which allows you to streamline work in Azure and across hybrid and multi-cloud environments to provide your customers with a single place to work with your APIs.

Technical Debt Is Not Free

So many software development teams rack up technical debt and do not even realize it. But even if you are a more mature team and recognize and maybe even document technical debt, what good is it if you do not take action. Just like in other parts of our life, just because we can accumulate bunches of debt, if we do not take steps to handle it, we will be destined for bad times when that comes due. In this session, we’ll explore technical debt, how to properly document and track it, and – more importantly – how to address it so that it does not cause significant issues down the road.

Going Schema-less: How to migrate a relational database to a NoSQL database

There can be a lot of great benefits of developing with a NoSQL database over a relational database. In this presentation, you will learn about those benefits and also the potential pitfalls. There will be demonstrations where we take relationally developed data, restructure it into a NoSQL database (Cosmos DB in particular), and develop an application to work with that data.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Cosmos

Today’s applications are required to be highly responsible and always online. Cosmos DB was built from the ground up to provide a globally distributed, multi-model database service that enables you to elastically and independently scale throughput and storage across any number of Azure regions worldwide. Because of its ARS (atoms, records, and sequences) design, Azure Cosmos DB accessing data via SQL, MongoDB, Table, Gremlin, and Cassandra APIs. All of this with transparent multi-master replication, high availability at 99.999%, and guarantees of less than 10-ms latencies both reads and (indexed) writes.

In this session, you will learn what you can do with Cosmos DB, the benefits of each of these data models, and how to use everything Cosmos DB has to offer to make your applications rock solid. Come find out when and how to implement Cosmos DB and which options you should use based upon your needs.

Graphing Your Way Through the Cosmos: Common Data Problems Solved with Graphs

Data as it appears in the real world is naturally connected, but traditional data modeling focuses on entities which can cause for complicated joins of these naturally connected data. That is where graph databases come in as they store data more like what happens naturally in the real world. Sure, there a lot of talk about using graph databases for social networks, recommendation engines, and Internet of Things; but using graph databases can also make a lot of sense when working with common business data problems.

In this presentation, you will get a better understanding of what graph databases are, how to use the Gremlin API within Azure Cosmos DB to traverse such data structures, and see practical examples to common data problems.

Ch-ch-ch-changes: Tracing Changes in Azure Cosmos DB

David Bowie might not be able to trace how time changes him, but with the Azure Cosmos DB change feed allows us to trace the changes to your data within your Cosmos database. The Azure Cosmos DB change feed listens to an Azure Cosmos container for any changes and then outputs the sorted lists of documents that were changed. In this session, you learn what the change feed is, how it works, and how you can use it to build more robust applications.

Secrets of Conflict Resolution

One of the most challenging aspect of being a leader is dealing with conflict amongst your team. It’s vital to productivity to get the team running like a well-oiled machine, even in the face of adversity. Improving your relationships with your coworkers, clients, and managers and find your way through conflict back to cooperation. This session will provide you with the secrets of effective conflict resolution and how to prevent conflicts from ever starting.

Software Craftsmanship for Non-Developers

Have you heard the developers on your team throw around terms like code smell, DRY, or SOLID you just look at them with a blank stare? When your senior developer tells you that they need to spend a sprint taking care of technical debt do you just think they are wanting some time to goof off? Then this session is for you. We will discuss what exactly software craftsmanship is and what is not and why it can be important on your team.

How to be a Leader

What is leadership? That term gets thrown around a lot, but what is it really? What do leader do that makes them leaders? Leadership can be learned and that is good as leaders are in high demand and in short supply. TO be an effective leader, you must first understand what leadership is and what traits a leader exhibits.

During this session, we will review leadership traits and principles and how you can implement them within your teams. By demonstrating these in your daily activities you will earn the respect, confidence, and loyal cooperation of those on your team.

Software Craftsmanship for New Developers

As a new developer, knowing language syntax is important; but just as important is understanding what software craftsmanship is. In this session Chad will talk about what the software craftsmanship movement is all about and why it is important. Chad will also explain important craftsmanship terms like code smells, DRY, and SOLID. Even if you have been developing for a while, this session will be useful to brush up on how not to be a developer but how to be a professional developer.

Time Travelling Data: SQL Server Temporal Tables

Have you have built complicated triggers and procedures to track the history of data in your databases? What if SQL Server or Azure SQL could take care of all that for you and you just had to change a couple of settings? Starting with SQL Server 2016, there is support for system-versioned temporal tables as a database feature that brings built-in support for providing information about data stored in a table at any point in time rather than only the data that is correct as the current moment time. During this session, Chad will explain the key scenarios around the use of Temporal Tables, how system-time works, how to get started, and finish up with a demo to show you Temporal Tables in action, including the easy-to-use T-SQL syntax to implement all of the Temporal goodness. We will also look at how Entity Framework Core 6 now lets us do all this directly in Entity Framework.

Reevaluating Software Design Patterns: Uncovering Patterns That Can Be More Burden Than Benefit

Design patterns are potent tools in software development that solve recurring problems. These patterns have become essential in creating maintainable, scalable, and robust software systems. However, not all design patterns are created equal, and some well-respected patterns may inadvertently lead to increased complexity, decreased maintainability, and even hinder productivity. In this presentation, we'll delve into software design patterns that can cause more work than they are worth.

Join us as we explore design patterns that have earned their place in software engineering history but may only sometimes live up to their reputation. We'll discuss real-world scenarios where these patterns can lead to unintended consequences, including convoluted code, performance bottlenecks, and intricate debugging sessions.

Essential Software Design Patterns for Optimal Development

Utilizing effective design patterns is paramount to achieving maintainable, scalable, and robust systems in software development's dynamic and ever-evolving landscape. This presentation aims to delve into the world of software design patterns, providing an in-depth exploration of the most valuable and versatile ways that have stood the test of time.

The presentation will begin by laying a solid foundation with an overview of design patterns and why they are crucial in modern software engineering. It will then examine a carefully curated selection of essential design patterns, each accompanied by real-world examples and use cases highlighting their practical applications.

The presentation will emphasize each pattern's benefits and potential drawbacks, addressing concerns related to code maintainability, extensibility, and collaboration within development teams. Special attention will be given to pattern selection criteria, guiding participants in making informed decisions about when and where to apply specific patterns.

By the end of this presentation, attendees will be equipped with a solid foundation in a range of essential software design patterns, enabling them to make informed design choices, write cleaner and more modular code, and confidently tackle complex software engineering challenges. Whether novice or experienced, every software professional will find valuable insights to enhance their development practices and elevate the quality of their software projects.

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Cosmos
Today’s applications are required to be highly responsible and always online. Cosmos DB was built from the ground up to provide a globally distributed, multi-model database service that enables you to elastically and independently scale throughput and storage across any number of Azure regions worldwide. Because of its ARS (atoms, records, and sequences) design, Azure Cosmos DB accessing data via SQL, MongoDB, Table, Gremlin, and Cassandra APIs. All of this with transparent multi-master replication, high availability at 99.999%, and guarantees of less than 10-ms latencies both reads and (indexed) writes.

In this session, you will learn what you can do with Cosmos DB, the benefits of each of these data models, and how to use everything Cosmos DB has to offer to make your applications rock solid. Come find out when and how to implement Cosmos DB and which options you should use based upon your needs.

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Chad Green

Sr. Software Architect at Jasper Engines | Cloud Tech Leader | Microsoft MVP | Speaker & Innovator | USMC Vet | Lego Builder #Tech #Cloud #Community

Louisville, Kentucky, United States

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