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Damir Dobrić
Damir Dobric
Damir Dobric
Damir Dobric

Damir Dobrić is CEO and lead architect of DAENET Corporation, which is Microsoft long term Gold Certified Partner and leading technology integrator specialized in software technologies with strong focus on Cloud Computing, IoT, Machine Learning and HoloLens.

He is a Microsoft Regional Director and Azure MVP working with Microsoft on helping customers to adopt modern technologies. Have long term experience as a software developer, architect, speaker and author. My focus is practical implementation of custom solutions, which enable digital transformation.

Damir also works as a docent for software engineering and distributed systems on University of Applied sciences in Frankfurt am Main. Working on PhD at University of Plymouth – node Frankfurt with focus on artificial intelligence and distributed systems.

Microsoft Regional Director and Azure MVP, Damir Dobrić, will walk you through the best practices of modern software architecture on Microsoft Azure platform.

Cloud provides great tools for building modern software and Microsoft Azure is no exception. But in ever-changing world of cloud computing, it is hard to keep track and select appropriate solutions. IaaS, PaaS or serverless? Where do containers fit in? SQL or NoSQL? Feeling confused? Well, you are int the right place. Come on in, and Damir will guide you through modern software architecture and help you understand how to choose right solution. 


.NET and Container Technologies

  • Evolution of Compute Platform
  • .NET Core in docker container
  • Azure Container Registry and Azure Container Instances

Distributed Systems 

  • Messaging with ServiceBus, EventHub, EventGrid and IoTHub
  • EventGrid
  • Distributed Application Runtime (dapr)

Modern Compute with PaaS and Serverless

  • App Service container for APIs, Jobs and more
  • Azure Functions
  • Logic Apps

Azure Databases overview

  • Cosmos DB concept
  • Working with no SQL databases
  • Graph Databases