Modern Identity Platform powered by Azure

 
English Expert Identity

Building modern identity platform can be challenging. If you want to learn how to use Azure cloud to build modern customer identity and access management platform, join me during my session. The topics we are going to talk about include: - Showcase of specially implemented demo solution - Overview of the Azure Active Directory B2C capabilities - Modern Identity Platform Azure Architecture explanation - DevOps practices and automation for identity platform - Monitoring identity platform with Azure Sentinel - Verifiable Credentials usage in the context of modern identity approach

Speaker

Daniel Krzyczkowski

Principal Software Engineer at Predica LLC, Microsoft MVP, Pluralsight Author

Principal Software Engineer @ Predica.pl. Passionate about Microsoft technologies. Awarded with Microsoft Most Valuable Professional title. Main part of his activities is to share knowledge and passion about Microsoft Azure, Internet of Things, Universal Windows Platform and Azure DevOps.

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