Reliable services with Microsoft Azure

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Cloud has made implementing and deploying services as easy as click of a button but that is not enough when there is a service downtime. In this action packed session we go through the journey about what to do and how to implement some common practices to make your services reliable on Microsoft Azure


Hardik Mistry

Solutions Architect - Former Microsoft MVP

I am a digital consultant and public speaker based out of India and available worldwide. Former 4-time Microsoft MVP in developer technologies. My interests range from entrepreneurship to product engineering. I occasionally indulge myself in RoadTrips, MotorSports and PC gaming. I am adept with Mobile Apps, Xamarin, Microsoft Azure and IoT as an engineer and consultant. Have been experimenting with other stacks as well such as React Native, NodeJS etc. to explore the true potential of technologies available at our disposal. I work hard to make the world a better place by helping brands & individuals deliver intuitive mobile first and cloud-enabled experiences.

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