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Wednesday, May 16 • 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Automation for Good - Using MS Technologies to Help with Emergencies LIMITED

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Join Cameron and Donnie as they show you how your work can have major impact in your users everyday lives. Consume weather information in OMS to alert your fellow employees to major weather events such as hurricanes and tornadoes. Send Flow notifications for unfortunate events like 'Active Shooter' and 'Lockdown' to your users so they can get to safety. Find the best evacuation routes from disaster areas using Azure Functions and available map APIs. This session will have examples that can have real impact on the safety of those around you.

What you will learn:
  • How to use available 3rd party APIs in various Microsoft tools to help ensure the safety of you, your coworkers, and those around you.
  • See how to build automations with Flow, Azure Functions, PowerShell, and OMS with minimal code.
  • Learn how to integrate tools like OMS, Flow, and Azure Functions with 3rd party tools easily.

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Cameron Fuller

Solution Director, Quisitive
Former System Center MVP for Cloud and Datacenter Management, is a Solution Director for Catapult Systems and serves as an evangelist for monitoring and automation technologies. He has over 20 years of infrastructure experience, focused on management solutions. Cameron coauthored... Read More →
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Donnie Taylor

Microsoft MVP, Architect, GM
Donnie is an IT Architect with 20+ years experience, Microsoft MVP in Cloud and Datacenter Management, and is currently working for a large enterprise in Texas. He is a board member of the Central Texas Systems Management User Group, an avid PowerShell scripter, a novice woodworker... Read More →

Wednesday May 16, 2018 1:00pm - 2:45pm CDT