Verifiable Credentials powered by Decentralized Identities

English Intermediate Identity

At the end of this session, you should be better able to - Understand why Microsoft is investing in decentralized identities Understand what Verifiable Credentials are and how they work? We will share some scenarios and use cases that customers have explored and of course there will be demos! For more details -


Rohit Gulati

Senior Program Manager, Identity Engineering, Microsoft

Rohit Gulati, is a Senior Program Manager in Identity Engineering team at Microsoft. In a career spanning 17 years across three continents, he has worked with Leadership and Enterprise Architects at Fortune 500 enterprises, Big4 advisory partners and GSIs. In his current role, he works closely with Strategy Services Partners in building Identity & Access Management practices on Azure AD & Decentralized Identity.

Shailendra Singh Chauhan

Global Cloud Solution Architect - Microsoft

Shailendra is passionate about "cloud native" technologies and helping everyone to build solutions with cloud. Shailendra has years of experience in building, deploying and operating applications for desktop, on-premise and cloud. He is also passionate about learning and sharing experiences. Lately he is spending a lot of time in DevOps and Microservices world to deliver value to the end users.

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