Application Lifecycle Management in Microsoft Office 365
Level: 300
Track: Developer
For teams developing cloud solutions for SharePoint or Office 365, either on SharePoint add-ins or Office 365/Azure AD MVC Web Applications, all apps should have an Application Lifecycle Management and Continuous Integration Strategy.
The "It's SharePoint, so it's harder" Era it's finished!!!
We will show how Team Services and Azure Web Apps are a winning duo for Continuous Deployment, and also how features such as Deployment Slots in Azure Web Apps can improve in building Developer and Test environments. In a heavy dependent session we will ensure that we cover all the details on how to develop both SharePoint add-ins and Office 365 apps.


Tiago Costa
Cloud Architect and Advisor | Trainer | Author | Speaker
Independent Contractor
Big Scale Migration to Office 365 from the Field
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Business
Migrating in big Scale is easy as long as you can theoretically tell people how this would work. It becomes a different Story, if you are doing it in real live. Some Figures:
- 62'000 Employees
- 50 Countries
- 16'000 Mailboxes
- 12'000 Homedrives
- 22 TB Fileshare and SharePoint 2010 Data

And all of this is going to Office 365. From the Planning until the successful execution. Learn how to plan, where Pitfalls are and how quick-wins can be achieved. See technical solutions for Single Sign On with ADFS, including an Azure DR Site. Learn what the struggles of the Endusers are, and how to communicate successfully. Come with me to this incredible jurney.
Dynamics 365 new development features and deprecations
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro, Developer
Looking to extend or write your first code to your Dynamics CRM environment? This session is focused on those new to CRM development or CRM administrators interested in taking the plunge to "code" customization. The session will be covering all development structure of the Dynamics platform since version 2011. Attendees can easily see the difference between versions from a development perspective and will be particularly helpful for those who work on upgrade projects.
Dynamics 365 solution release management
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro
This session reviews how Dynamics CRM solutions and dependencies are structured with a focus on providing practical tips for managing and deploying crm solutions for Agile projects.
How to consume data from the outside of O365 with AngularJS and Azure Functions
Level: 300
Track: Developer
This session will discuss the business case of integrating external data with SharePoint/O365. The demo will show a Azure Website built with AngularJS that takes a fictional SignUpRequest and sends it over to an Azure Function that saves the data to a SharePoint Online list. We will talk about how to orchestrate the different building blocks together and focus on authentication, communication and the user interface based on Office UI Fabric.


Thomas Goelles
Head of Modern Workplace Solutions
Integrating Dynamics 365 with the rest of the cloud
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro
With Microsoft’s and the world’s rising demand for “all-cloud” it is becoming vital to know how to implement cloud-based services that integrate with your LOB applications. Knowing how the technologies work and how to secure them will let you make informed decisions, and to convince customers and decision makers about your cloud strategy. Cloud deployments are a viable and good way to both solve problems and further develop the business, but to do that we have to know how to implement them, and what the consequences is. This session focuses on how to integrate Dynamics 365 with the following Microsoft Azure services:
* Azure Service Bus
* Azure Event Hub
* Azure Active Directory
* Azure Web Services
* Azure Key Vault

The session has a strong technical perspective on the technologies, but it will also have some focus on securing your solutions.
Make SharePoint Great Again (for its End-Users)!
Level: 200
Track: End-User, Business
End-Users hate SharePoint! Is this really the case? In this session we look at this "punchline" from different angles on what usually goes wrong in terms of user adoption when rolling out new SharePoint platforms, processes and tools. In addition to see what goes wrong we're looking at how to overcome these challenges and how to drive end user adoption to its fullest potential and drive ROI.
We look into the four phases of end user adoption in much detail and how they can be achieved in SharePoint / Office 365 projects in practice.
After this session, attendees will have the knowledge to make SharePoint in their Organization great again!
Microsoft Flow – Alles im Fluss!
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, End-User
Microsoft Flow ist das “New Kid on the Block” in der Office 365 Palette um Geschäftsprozesse schnell und einfach abzubilden. An dieser Session zeige ich auf, was damit möglich ist.
Zudem werfen wir einen Blick auf Erweiterungs- und Ergänzungsmöglichkeiten damit meine Flows mehr können, als einfach Twitter Feeds in eine SharePoint Liste zu schreiben.
Wie kann ein Flow z.Bsp. Daten aus einem Umsystem beziehen oder wie ergänze ich Flow um meine eigenen Business-Regeln.


Patrick Mäschli
Senior Consultant, Partner
Office 365 Groups and Tasks API - Getting Started
Level: 200
Track: Developer
Office 365 Groups have the main purpose to increase productivity of teams by leveraging different services under a single hub. Besides that, groups also can be used in Power BI, OneNote and Dynamics CRM, as well as underlying technology to Planner in Office 365. Groups can be accessed through Microsoft Graph API that provide relevant information through set of resources contained in the group content. In this session you will get introduced to Groups and Planner APIs in Office 365, learn what are the basic resources available through REST calls and how to use them in your applications.


Dragan Panjkov
K2NE Germany GmbH
Opening Welcome Note
Level: 100
Track: IT Pro, Developer, End-User, Business
As organizer of this event, I welcome everybody, present speakers, sponsors and agenda and let the show begin!
Pimp your Dynamics CRM on-premises performance
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro
Tricks and treats for improving performance of your Dynamics CRM on-premises instance.


Christoph Mäder
Technical Consultant
isolutions AG
PowerShell DSC, the Force awakens for SharePoint Environments (SharePointDSC)
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Developer
Take your SharePoint environment provisioning to the next level: imagine a world where self conscious SharePoint machines heals themselves based on a master configuration file. One of the fastest-moving technologies today is PowerShell Desired State Configuration. It literally transforms how Implementers deploy and manage on-premises resources and those extended to the cloud. Desired State Configuration is technology, for declarative configuration of systems. Unleash the force within your environments using DSC to deploy SharePoint Onpremises and cloud environments.
In this session you will learn the plain concepts beneath and beyond in creating your SharePoint farms ... As you never did before.


Rodrigo Pinto
SharePoint Lead Consultant
SharePoint 2016 architecture and sizing
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro, Developer
The implementation of a new SharePoint farm can quickly become a big challenge in a complex IT environment. SharePoint is intended to be seamlessly integrated into the existing infrastructure, to be accessible externally, to obtain information from other systems, to be quick and fail-safe. The IT department is challenged to translate these vague ideas into technical parameters to meet the business requirements. I will show you where to start and how to design a fast, reliable and sustainable SharePoint farm on-premises, hybrid or in the cloud.


SharePoint and Dynamics CRM hand in hand
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro, End-User, Business
The session includes discussion on various options on SP Integration with Dynamics CRM.
1. Pros and Cons storing the document as an attachment to Notes
2. CRM online with SharePoint Online Server side auth
3. Decommissioned List Components 
And finally custom development components and walk through the code and demo of existing implementation of CRM Online with SharePoint On Premises.
SharePoint Framework the new development way
Level: 100
Track: Developer
Sharepoint Framework is the new way to develop solution totally safe for your SharePoint environment and like a plus we have a new tool chain that the developers can use also on other operative systems.
Now we have the possibility to use Typescript and other popular client side framework like Angular, React and Knockout.
In this session I would like to show, how to move the first steps with SharePoint Framework.


Giuliano De Luca
Software Engineer Technical Architect
Technical and strategic considerations for Microsoft Dynamics 365 cloud deployments
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro
Lessons learnt from large user base CRM online implementation (13K users) including integration with various cloud and on-premise legacy systems. Technical and Business Factors affecting your decision to implement online or on-premise.
Test Automation framework for Dynamics CRM Development
Level: 400
Track: IT Pro, Developer
An introduction to Fake XRM Easy, the testing framework for Dynamics CRM and Dynamics 365, which runs on an In-Memory context and deals with mocks or fakes for you.


Jordi Montana
Owner / Director / Solution Architect
Dynamics Value
The anatomy of Office 365 Groups
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Business
In recent years Microsoft released the powerful “Groups” feature for Office 365 that builds on and extends Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Azure AD, Planner and other features in the Office 365 suite. This sessions will explore the anatomy of the Groups feature, taking a deeper look at the architecture and backend components and what tweaks are available. We also explore the “Connectors” interfaces for hooking into Delve and the Office Graph and the session demos explore these topics as well as PowerShell for Groups and what can be done with the Office365 API. Finally, the session will wrap up by examining the future of Groups and Microsoft’s next steps with this feature.
IT-Pros, Developers as well as Architects will have the chance to experience what can be done with the new Groups feature in Office 365.
Learn about the anatomy of Groups and the coupling of the underlying services
PowerShell for Groups
Roadmap and future plans with Groups


Using SharePoint with Cortana Cognitive Services for automatic image tagging
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Developer, Business
How would you search for images in SharePoint? Well, if nobody set the correct keywords, then even SharePoint Search fails. But what if Image tagging could be done automatically? In this Session we will use the Cortana Cognitive Services API for implementing automatic Image tagging in SharePoint and Office365.


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