Azure Enterprise Architecture Azure Data Platform distributed systems decentralized platforms Enterprise Blockchain CDS Dynamics 365 Portals Power Platform Healthcare Technology Cloud Computing on the Azure Platform Dynamics 365 Microsoft Dynamics CRM Azure Security Dynamics 365 for customer engagement Application Security secure by design Azure Functions Azure Cognitive Services Azure PaaS Azure IaaS SharePoint Office 365 Office 365 Governance Microsoft Teams SharePoint Powerapps Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Azure is a powerful platform with many amazing services, but it can also be hard to know which ones you need to know about when you're first getting started with cloud development. What can you do when you are looking to customize Dynamics and Power Platform? What data services are the most applicable to PowerApps development? How can I get started with serverless functions? In this talk we'll cover how to get started with cloud development in Azure using five common services that most PowerApps applications will benefit from using.
Paul Swider is the Founding CEO of RealActivity, a Boston-based SaaS company focused on optimizing provider experience and clinical workforce for teaching hospitals and hospital systems.
Paul is a Healthcare Industry Cloud Analyst for the Acceleration Economy and serves the Boston Healthcare Technology Meetups and Community.
Paul has passionate about family, technology, travel, and helping others. He has traveled the seven continents, over one million miles while organizing user groups, teaching at events, and presenting at events in over 50 countries to date.
Paul is an accomplished author of several developer books and, is viewed as not only an international expert in distributed cloud platforms, but an early adopter, and internationally recognized expert of decentralized code and blockchain.
Paul was first certified as a Microsoft engineer (MCSE. MCSD, MCT) in 1996 and has held enterprise certifications from Microsoft since that time. Paul was Awarded Azure MVP for 2019 and Azure most Influential in 2020.