Speaker

Mithun Shanbhag

Mithun Shanbhag

Twitter: @MithunShanbhag

Bengaluru, India

I'm Mithun, creator of cloudskew.com, quiz.konfhub.com, and other indie-SaaS apps. Currently VP of Engineering at Cartesian Kinetics. I also run Skewed Ventures, which offers consulting & development services around Azure, .NET, and Angular. Ex-Microsoft.

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology

Topics

  • Azure
  • dotNet
  • .NET
  • Angular

Running a robotics company on .NET and Azure

We built CartePlus, a platform for high-throughput order fulfillment using robots.

I'll do a deep dive into how all this was developed with .NET on Azure using IoT Hub, Web PubSub, App Services, Functions, CosmosDB, API Management, Service Bus, Storage Accounts, Front Door, App Insights, Monitor, and more.

We'll also discuss the various perf & scalability challenges we encountered and overcame along the way.

Identity, AuthN & AuthZ with OpenID Connect & OAuth2

In this talk, we'll dive into the basics of identity, authentication, and authorization from an asp.net developer's perspective. If words like "JWT", "claims", "OAuth", "OpenID", "authentication server", "refresh tokens" etc confuse you, then this talk is for you. We'll also peek into identity platforms like Auth0, IdentityServer, etc which are commonly used with asp.net. Finally, we'll walk through some best practices and checklists. All slides & code samples will be publicly shared after the presentation.

How I built cloudskew.com on Azure

I'll talk about lessons learnt, key decisions & tradeoffs made while building cloudskew.com (an online editor for creating cloud architecture diagrams). The architecture of cloudskew is publicly documented: https://assets.cloudskew.com/assets/misc/cloudskew-architecture-20200116.png

Some topics I'll touch upon:
- Why PaaS + Serverless instead of IaaS?
- Horizontal auto-scaling.
- Queue based load-levelling.
- Centralized configuration management
- Debouncing calls to server
- Continuous Integration vs deployment vs release
- Upcoming architectural changes to handle scale

How I built a live quiz app for 100K players on Azure

I built quiz.konfhub.com, a live-quizzing app for Azure enthusiasts, that can scale to ~100K concurrent participants.

I'll do a deep dive on how this serverless app was built on Azure using Web PubSub, Functions, CosmosDB, API Management, Redis Cache, Service Bus, Storage Accounts, Front Door, and more.

We'll also discuss the various perf & scalability challenges we encountered and overcame along the way.

Mithun Shanbhag

Twitter: @MithunShanbhag

Bengaluru, India

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