Rick van den Bosch

Information & Communications Technology

azure Cloud Computing .net Serverless dotNet dotnet core Microsoft Microsoft Azure Cloud Architecture Software Software Development Software Architecture .net core ASP.NET Core ASP.NET Visual Studio / .NET .NET Standard C#.Net

Eindhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands

Working with Microsoft Graph

In this technical session we'll dive into using Microsoft Graph to execute different types of actions. This varies from simple tasks like inviting users to your Azure Active Directory B2B tenant, to (way) more complex scenario's where (information from) different Graph entities are combined.

Microsoft Graph
Get rich context for your applications, such as who someone's manager is, whether they are out of office, or what documents they've been working on.

Access deep insights generated from usage patterns, such as trending documents, best team meeting times, or who people typically work with.

Respond to changes in Microsoft Graph data in real time. Reschedule a meeting based on responses, notify others when a file is modified, or continue a process after it's been approved.

Build solutions that target enterprise users in Azure and Office 365, consumers on Office Online (Outlook.com and OneDrive.com), or both.


Rick van den Bosch

Microsoft Azure MVP, Principal Cloud Architect

I'm a coder, although the official term is something like Principal Cloud Architect. I have been working with Microsoft Azure since it was first introduced. Next to developing cloud stuff hands-on, I've created cloud migration advises and migration strategies for customers.
I also design system architectures, coach developers and optimize the software development process to realize important and complex systems together with the customer.
I am an international speaker.


The official first name on my ID is Henricus.

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