As companies continue to move to the cloud we are constantly finding new and better way to meeting requirements and deliver rock solid solutions. Over the last year there is one area where my team has found some great capabilities that I believe are currently under utilized by SharePoint and Office 365 developers, and that is Azure Table Storage. For those that are not familiar with it, Azure Table storage is a service within the Azure Storage group that stores structured NoSQL data. It is incredibly fast, inexpensive, and NoSQL gives you the capability to store content with flexible datasets. We have started to rely on this for both internal products as well as client consulting engagements. Thanks to the technical leadership and innovation from Jake Dan Attis we have started to find a number of creative uses for the service, some of those solutions I’ll be blogging about over the next few months.
In the meantime, here is a good primer for Azure Storage:
Along with some great links for working with Azure Table Storage:
Just hours away from this year’s Microsoft Ignite Conference and I am nearly ready for the week. I expect it to be a busy week filled with lots of new and exciting announcements, likely more than in the past few years. There is a lot going on at Microsoft with the release of SharePoint 2016, major advanced in Office 365 and related development tools and approaches.
This marks my sixth SharePoint/Ignite conference going back to 2008 in Seattle. The changes to the product and ecosystem in that time is simply amazing, but the development of the overall community has been something special so attending these events gives me the chance to reconnect with a lot of long time friends, colleagues, and collaborators.
This year I have will have my hands full helping to promote some new exciting solutions with B&R Business Solutions as well as partner solutions from Beezy and Nintex. You can find me each day working the Beezy booth (2044) where I will also be delivering a number of sessions and participating in some panels, information is below.
Hope to see many of you there!
Thank you to everyone that attended my session on using Use JSLink to deliver rich UIs and customizations. It was a fun session, and it was great to see the interest in the topic.
Code Samples: JSLink Primer Examples
And the slide deck is below…
Here is my recent presentation for the SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2016 event cover an introduction the Delve features within Office 365. I’ve found that this is a powerful feature that often goes under utilized, hopefully it can help spur some ideas on how you can leverage it in your environment!
Thank you to everyone that attended the session. There were some great questions and follow on conversations so I hope that everyone learned a lot!
Below is the slide deck from the presentation.
Thank you to everyone that attended my session Create Tailored Results w/ Custom Display Templates at SPS NYC 2014.
You can find the source display templates in the following zip file: http://mikeoryszak.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Display-Templates-SPS-NYC.zip