Cloud Native Azure Services and Best Practices

15.12.2022 - 16:00 - 20:00 Uhr

Microsoft Reactor Popup
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The Microsoft Reactor Berlin popup is an opportunity for you to attend a regular tech event and meet like-minded developers, companies and startups who share your goals. Whether you’re just starting out your coding career or have been in the business for several years, we’re sure to have sessions that spark your interest. Learn a new skill, meet new peers, find career mentoring, or become a speaker yourself! Attend virtual or in person – free food & drinks included


4:00 PM – Session #1: Azure Developer Community Call „News & Hot Topics“

Domain-driven design for highly distributed systems
Domain-driven approaches help developers to design maintainable and understandable software for a long time. In connection with the cloud, software systems are often more distributed. Even with cloud-native applications that interact with various services, domain-driven design is a means for high-quality software. But patterns that worked well for microservices are challenging for even more fine-grained applications based on techniques like serverless functions. Christian Leinweber from MaibornWolff shares experiences and solutions on how Domain-driven Design can continue to work even with highly distributed systems.

Speaker: Christian Leinweber

4:50 PM – 5:00 PM – Break

5:00 PM – Session #2: How we built a security automation software utilizing open-source components (

How we built a simple and powerful software to automate thousands of checks (orchestration) and eliminate human errors in Code and Cloud Infrastructure. Our software uses multiple very known and state of the art Open Source components as plugins (in that sense it is a „wrapper“, „Meta“ scanner) and provides you with unified one report and very fast results due to using of project state (no need to rescan the whole project every time) and unification (no duplicates). Software is very modular and any Open Source tool or proprietary check can be added as a plugin. Supports all major Programming languages and Cloud technologies. Software is available as Open Source in Community Edition and paid Professional/Business variants.

Speaker: Marcin Kozlowski

5:30 PM – 5:40 PM: Break/ Q&A

5:40 PM – Session #3 Running Kubernetes in a serverless world

You love containers? You’re thinking of Kubernetes but deep down you know that Kubernetes can get pretty complicated to manage. Or maybe you love how easy it is to deploy to Azure app service but it is not right for your microservice architecture? You’d love to have the best of both worlds? Tune in to find out what we would like to show you.

Speaker: Syrine Chelly

6:15 PM – 6:30 PM: Break/Food

6:30 – Session #4: Azure Static Web App in a real World use case: Event page for Azure Developer Community Day

In this session, Ralf will show a real world user Case for Azure Static Web Apps. The Azure Developer Community Day needed a fast and reliable event page. Ralf will take you on a tour around the service, explain why Static Web Apps are the way to go and how the page was build.
He will also touch some other services, which can help to build such an App. For sure you will see some code and get insights you cannot find in the documentation.

Speaker: Ralf Richter

7:15 PM – 7:25 PM: Break/ Q&A

7:25 PM – 8:00 PM: Session #5 Infrastructure as Code (IaC) with Terraform & Bicep – Open Source vs. Azure Native

Deploy your cloud infrastructures and manage your whole cloud-native application lifecycle with Infrastructure as Code (IaC) rather than manually. IaC helps with deploying, managing, and delivering your software artifacts in a much faster and consistent way.
This session covers the concept of IaC at a top level, followed by some real-life demos, and a comparison of two commonly used IaC frameworks: Terraform and Bicep.

Speaker: Mustafa Emal