Azure SignalR, el comunicador universal

Spanish Intermediate Development

En nuestro mundo moderno de IT, el incremento de interoperabilidad entre sistemas, y el intercambio de datos entre ellos, es una realidad inmediata. Para ello es indispensable disponer de herramientas que garantizar la comunicación rápida y segura entre programas y sistemas. SignalR permite agregar comunicación en tiempo real entre aplicaciones, facilitando que servidores y clientes se conecten a medida que cambios suceden, en tiempo real, aprovechando varios protocolos de transportes, y seleccionando automáticamente el mejor transporte disponible. El servicio de SignalR en Azure facilita considerablemente su uso, sin necesidad de crear nuevos servidores de SignalR ni de usar código fuente complicado para programarlo. En realidad, y como veremos en la conferencia, un nuevo servicio de SignalR se puede hacer funcionar en minutos, y no necesita más que unas cuantas líneas de Código para utilizarlo. En esta charla veremos primero alguna información de fondo sobre SignalR, como (y porque) utilizarlo desde una Función de Azure, y ejemplos, muchos ejemplos de cómo utilizarlo entre diferentes sistemas y técnicas (Web, Office 365, PowerShell, etc.).


Gustavo Velez

Office 365 and Collaboration architect by Sogeti Netherlands

Gustavo Velez is a senior solutions architect specialized in integration of Microsoft software and Office Servers and Services MVP. In his many years of experience developing and working with Windows and Office applications, Gustavo has given seminars/training in SharePoint as well as doing private consultancy work and his articles can be found in many of the leading trade magazines in English, Dutch, German and Spanish. He is webmaster of, the principal Spanish-language site dedicated to SharePoint. Gustavo is author of eight books about SharePoint and founder and editor of CompartiMOSS (, the magazine about Microsoft technologies for the Spanish-speaking community.

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Code of Conduct for local live streams

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