Unboxing Azure Sphere: Get Started Building Secure Applications!

You are invited to an IoT In Action two-part webinar series on Azure Sphere! 

On October 4th , during the 2nd part of this Azure Sphere webinar, you will hear from our team of experts on how to securely connect MCU-powered devices from the silicon to the cloud. We will take you step-by-step through the unboxing and show you the chip, review materials that are available on the product platform and show you how to get started with Azure Sphere. You won’t want to miss it!

When you register for this webinar, you will also receive the link to watch the first part of this 2-part webinar series focused on Azure Sphere. Azure Sphere is a solution for creating highly-secured, connected microcontroller unit (MCU) powered devices, providing you with the confidence and the power to reimagine your business and create the future. During this webinar, you’ll get a firsthand look at how Azure Sphere was developed with The Seven Properties of Highly Secure Devices.

October 4th, 2018
10:00am-11:00am PST

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Analisa Roberts
Director, Global IoT Channel Marketing
Microsoft

Analisa leads the marketing for IoT solutions and is focused on how Microsoft can go to market with our partners. Across the portfolio of IoT solutions, Analisa is responsible for the IoT solutions value proposition, global marketing strategy, and supporting partner co-sell motions. She also works in partnership with product marketing, engineering and sales to provide training, resources and programs to reduce barriers, foster beneficial relationships and enable partners to confidently bring IoT solutions to market.


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Dr. Ed Nightingale
Azure Sphere Partner Product Architect,
Microsoft

Ed is the Product Architect for Azure Sphere at Microsoft. Ed’s role as architect spans writing core software for the product, authoring software and silicon requirements, and ensuring the end-to-end product meets customer needs. Ed has authored papers in top systems conferences such as OSDI and SOSP. He has co-authored 20 conference and journal publications, has won 6 best paper awards, and even helped to set the world record in disk-to-disk sorting (http://sortbenchmark.org).

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Kimberly Mach
Senior Software Engineer
Microsoft Azure Sphere

Kim is a senior software engineer working on the Azure Sphere Operating System. She has been primarily focusing on design and development of application security and lifecycle. Before joining the team she worked on flight software for unmanned vehicles and began her career developing and flight testing algorithms for ballistic missile defense.

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