18h30 – 18u45: Welcome
18h45 – 19h30: Manage and govern your hybrid servers using Azure Arc by Thomas Maurer (Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft).
Thomas Maurer shows you how you can manage and govern your Windows and Linux machines hosted outside of Azure on your corporate network or other cloud provider, similarly to how you manage native Azure virtual machines. When a hybrid machine is connected to Azure, it becomes a connected machine and is treated as a resource in Azure. Azure Arc provides you with the familiar cloud-native Azure management experience, like RBAC, Tags, Azure Policy, Log Analytics and more.
19h30 – 20h15: Simplifying your life with Azure Resource Graph by Wesley Haakman (Microsoft MVP Azure).
Managing Azure Resources at scale can be quite the task. Whether you want to build a dashboard or assess the impact of applying policies, Azure Resource Graph is your go-to tool for evaluating the Governance of the Azure Environments you manage.
During this session Wesley will take you on a deep dive into the capabilities that Azure Resource Graph provides. Starting with writing simple queries and moving on to automating the detection and inspection of changes in your environment leveraging the change history functionality. We will focus on single tenant and cross-tenant management leveraging Azure Lighthouse and Delegated Resource Management.
20h15 – 20h30: Break
20h30 – 21h15: What’s new with cloud features in Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager Technical Preview by Niall C. Brady (Microsoft MVP Enterprise Mobility + windowsnoob.com).
In this session you’ll get to see new Tenant attach features coming soon to Microsoft Endpoint Manager, Configuration Manager. These features are already available to try out in the Technical Preview releases. You’ll see how to install applications from the admin center, what the device timeline is and how to use it, CMPivot actions, Run scripts. In addition, you’ll look at other cloud friendly features such as VPN boundary type, Task sequence media support for cloud-based content.
21h15 – 22u00: PowerShell + Intune = PowerAppDeployment! by Karel Pelckmans.
Deploying applications and keeping everything up to date in the process can be quite the challenge for any small business. It can be time consuming or costly to stay on point. Updates are after all your first line of defense. I’ll show you how combining opensource repositories, PowerShell and Intune lets you flexibly deploy applications to clients and keep them up to date as easy as possible on a budget.
22h00 – 23h00: Social BYOB (Bring-Your-Own-Beer) teams meeting