Session Details
Day: 15/03/2017
Time: 16:45 - 18:00
Room: Vitis 4

Track: Operations
Level: 200 - Intermediate
Audience: ALL
Microsoft AppSource. Bring Your Apps and Get Guidance with the Onboarding Process. Registration Required

Join this live hands-on lab with Microsoft AppSource & Dynamics 365 team members. Bring your managed solution (zip file) for Dynamics 365 for Sales,  Dynamics 365 for Customer Service, Dynamics 365 for Field Service, and Dynamics 365 for Project Field Automation as well as your marketing content, and we will work on packaging it up. You will walk away from this workshop with everything you need to know to submit and start the certification process. To get the most out of this hands-on lab, please pre-register by adding this free option to your registration record. To log back into your registration record,

1) Go to

2) Enter the same live ID and password used when originally registering and your existing record will populate.

3) Go to Additional Options and where you can add this session to your registration record. Once registered, you may be contacted for a pre-lab preparation meeting. 

Introducing Your Speaker

Anu Agarwal, Principal Solution Architect, Microsoft

Anu is part of the Dynamics CRM R&D team focusing on strategic partnerships and acquisitions.  She is responsible for identifying partner solutions across Sales, Service, and Marketing LOBs and industry verticals to enhance the Dynamics CRM offering.  She's been part of the CRM world for over 15 years starting off her career as a developer right out of college.

Satish Thomas, Group Program Manager, Microsoft

Satish Thomas (@satishthomas) is currently the Group Program Manager for Microsoft AppSource (, responsible for Product Management & Ecosystem.
Previously, he led Product Management for the Microsoft Dynamics Platform / Cloud Lifecycle Experience charter - including Cloud Runtime, Lifecycle Services, Upgrade/Updates, Developer Experience, Diagnostics, Monitoring, Telemetry & Engineering Systems areas for Dynamics.
Satish joined Microsoft in 2006, and is from Botswana (Southern Africa). He has a bachelor's degree in Computer & Electrical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology.