Peter Örneholm

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Stockholm, Sweden

Peter Örneholm

Software dev and Microsoft AI MVP

Peter Örneholm is a IT-consultant and Microsoft AI MVP who loves to explore life. Using the power of Azure is his passion. Peter has over 10 years of experience in Microsoft related technologies and currently works as an IT consultant at Active Solution in Stockholm helping companies achieve more using modern web and cloud technologies.

Peter Örneholm

IT-konsult och Microsoft MVP

Peter Örneholm är en pappa, make och Microsoft AI MVP som älskar att utforska livet. Att bidra till Open Source är en nyfunnen passion. Peter har över 10 års erfarenhet av utveckling i Microsoftrelaterade tekniker och arbetar idag som IT-konsult på Active Solution i Stockholm där han hjälper företag att åstadkomma mer genom web- och molnteknologier.

Current sessions

Azure Front Door: The new entrance to your web applications

Availability, performance and scalability are a few things expected from a modern web application, but can be hard to achieve. Azure Front Door is now here to help you out by delivering a globally distributed HTTP load balancer with advanced features for routing, caching and security.

In this session we will look at why and how you can enhance web applications to achieve higher availability as well as better performance by enabling caching on the edge. To get the most out of the session, you should have a basic understanding of web development and Azure.

A service a day keeps the servers away

Whether you are building an app, a website or an IoT device it has become extremely important to bring added value to your consumers at a high rate. Putting money and energy into making your product the best choice on the market is a key to success, but many companies are still spending thousands of dollars on setting up and maintaining good 'ol servers which provide little to no added value. Shifting to services will keep the servers away.

In this inspirational session we will be looking at three specific projects and see why and how you should utilize services in Azure to take great ideas to market in no time while saving a ton of money. You will be familiarized with many of the available services and learn the details of a key few that helped us reach market faster.

Application Insights beyond console.log()

Understanding how your serverless, distributed, microservice, cloud hosted backend is integrating with your TypeScript based SPA is a piece of cake, right? Modern web applications does, for sure, consist of many small and moving parts and it’s crucial that you as a developer and maintainer of such system understands how it’s being used and that you are able to find any errors or potential performance bottlenecks. But how should this be achieved?

Application Insight in Microsoft Azure allows you to monitor and gather data about what is happening in your application, wherever it lives and whatever code it’s written in. With this powerful tool it’s easy to find and correlate errors throughout your whole stack, from the browser to the database. The session will get you started to have powerful insights into your systems.

Democratizing AI with Azure Cognitive Services

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning can sometimes feel overwhelming. Even though it is supercool, all the algorithms and mathematical formula you have to understand makes entry level a little challenging. But wait no more! Azure Cognitive Services are services designed to solve specific use cases using AI and ML, all served to you through simple SDKs, REST APIs or Docker containers.

In this session we will look how to use Azure Cognitive Services to identify objects in pictures, analyze the mood of a video or find anomalies in data sets without prior knowledge of the world of AI.

Lessons learned from building was born as an answer to the XKCD that stated it would take a team of researchers 5 years to write software that would figure out whether or not an image contained a bird. The site solves this issue and was written within 5 hours.

This session presents how to build a modern website that scales to large audiences by utilizing things in Azure such as Front Door, Redis and Linux Containers. It also describes how Cognitive Services was used to identify the birds and how you can use similar technologies in your apps.