Sessions

AI-powered SharePoint Intranets
Level: 400
Track: Developer
This session combines the agility of building pages and web parts in SharePoint Framework, with the power of Microsoft AI platform. Specifically, in this session we’ll build a dashboard in SharePoint that displays Machine Learning-powered sentiment analysis of your intranet contributions; an automatic document and image classification with Cognitive Service, and a content filtering engine that learns from new entries and improves accuracy of detection over time.
Azure – Migrating Business Apps
Level: 400
Track: Business
Azure Web Apps overview
Why use Web Apps? (Features of App Service Web Apps)
App Service Environments
How App Service works
Security features of Azure Web Apps
Demo on Azure Web App
Configure App
Deploy    to Azure
Map Custom Domain
Secure    App
Scale App (Auto scaling)
Monitor App
Manage App
Run Background tasks
Bots - Changing the way we engage with technology
Level: 200
Track: Developer
Bots have been built into devices and operating in the background for many years, but recently software companies started to exploit their capabilities beyond simple querying of information followed by a programmed response.
Businesses and developers will be able to use and make bots for the newly announced Microsoft Teams using the Microsoft Bot Framework.
Developers can now build bots that interact with users inside a channel, in addition to interacting with users in one-on-one private chats. In addition, developers integrating their applications directly into tabs within the Teams client can now give users a way to link their colleagues to content buried deep in the integrated app.

Join me as I will explain
• What are bots?
• Build Light, Talk Fast
• How the Bots in Microsoft Teams can interact with a user in a one-on-one scope or talk to a team when they are @mentioned and allow users to interact naturally through chat.
• Creating bots
• Deploying bots to Microsoft Teams
• Testing bots
• Bots as Azure AD applications

Speaker(s)

Kirti Prajapati
SharePoint Architect
SharePoint Consultant
Building SPFx solutions using Docker.
Level: 100
Track: IT Pro, Developer
SharePoint Framework, you can use modern web technologies and tools in your preferred development environment to build productive experiences and apps that are responsive and mobile-ready from day one and Docker is a software virtualization solution. In a way it's similar to virtual machines: it allows you to run your software isolated from your main OS. Here I am showing how to create docker image and building SPFx solutions using docker.

Speaker(s)

Jenkins NS
Modern Workplace Solution Architect
JPOWER4
Creating Microsoft Flows using Azure Cognitive Services
Level: 200
Track: Business
In this session, we will be discussing about how to create Microsoft Flows by leveraging Azure Cognitive Services without writing a single line of code. We will cover the following topics.

Introduction to Microsoft Flow
Overview of Azure Cognitive Services
Building flows using Cognitive Services with some real time scenarios

Speaker(s)

Vijai Anand Ramalingam
Technical Architect
Cognizant Technology Solutions
Event Handling in SharePoint Online using Webhooks and Azure Functions
Level: 300
Track: Developer
SharePoint webhooks enable developers to build applications that subscribe to receive notifications on specific events that occur in SharePoint. When an event is triggered, SharePoint sends an HTTP POST payload to the subscriber.

We will see how to implement Event Handling in SharePoint Online using Webhooks with Azure Functions as its back end subscriber for logic processing.

Contents :
1. What are SharePoint Events ?
2 .What are Generic Web Hooks ?
3. What are SharePoint Webhooks ?
4. Process flow involved in SharePoint Webhooks Trigger
5. Hands on With Azure Functions(Practical Demo)
6. Hands on with registering SharePoint Webhooks with SharePoint List using PnP PowerShell
7. Demo
Microsoft Kaizala : Keep Your Business Connected
Level: 400
Track: Business
    What’s    Kaizala    and Why?
    How Kaizala different from the rest
    The basics and    benefits of the new Microsoft F1 license    
    How to    plug first line workers into companywide communications using    tools such as Yammer
    Example of how to leverage Office 365 to improve first line worker collaboration including: Teams, OneDrive and StaffHub
    How Enterprise Mobility + Security and other    third-party solutions can help secure your first line workers when they are    communicating    on-the-go and back in the office.
    Demo - Multiple ways    to integrate and extend    Kaizala    to suit your organizational needs
o    Kaizala’s Unique Approach/ Kaizala Management Portal
o    Kaizala Excel Add-in
o    Kaizala Extensibility
o    Developing custom Kaizala Actions
o    Kaizala Flow Connector
o    Kaizala Power BI Content Pack
    Customer Stories/Realtime Use    cases
Microsoft Teams : The Hub for Teamwork in Office365
Level: 400
Track: Business
    What is MS Team and Why?
    How an organization gets benefitted in using this collaborative app?    
    Teams Vs Skype for Business
    Microsoft Teams High Value Scenarios Demo
    Build great Apps for Microsoft Teams
    Bot Integration    with Teams
    Adaptive Cards
    Connectors, Messaging    Extensions and Outgoing Web hooks
    Microsoft teams in a Workflow
    PowerShell command lets for Teams
    Customer Stories / Real    time Use Cases    
The Next Great Migration - Classic to Modern
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Developer, End-User, Business
As organizations have moved to Office 365, many - especially legacy SharePoint shops - have resisted the move to the modern UIs as much as possible. This is true for both end users and developers. We tend to stick with what we know, and historically the modern UIs may not have seemed compelling enough to make the switch. What this means is there is an impending migration on the horizon for many organizations which they may not realize is coming. While classic doesn't have a known retirement date, Microsoft's investments are in the modern UIs.

What can we do to help facilitate organizational preparedness for this migration? This session will cover what it means to embrace the "modern" UIs and what you can do now to prepare. We'll cover such topics as:
* What still doesn't exist in modern and might keep you in classic for the time being (a moving target!)
* Moving from classic team sites to modern team sites and what that means from a navigational and functional perspective
* How to rethink your existing client-side solutions to be prepared for the SharePoint Framework (SPFx)
* How to add functionality into list views using column and view formatting

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