Registration open for Redmond Interoperability Plugfest in June!


Save the date for Microsoft’s annual Redmond Interoperability Plugfest from June 19-23, 2017! This 5-day event will cover multiple Microsoft developer technologies. Attendees can look forward to presentations from subject matter experts and one-on-one collaborations with Microsoft engineers.

2017’s Plugfest highlights will include:


  • Office, SharePoint, and Exchange Protocols (MS-WOPI, MS-FSSHTP, EAS, EWS, and MAPI)
  • The modern Office Platform, including Microsoft Graph, Office Add-ins and more!
  • Interoperability tests and tools


  • File Sharing and SMB
  • Authentication
  • Identity
  • Interoperability tests and tools

Data Platform:

  • New innovations in SQL Server
  • OData/REST APIs
  • Big Data
  • Machine Learning
  • Cognitive Services

The Windows and Office Interoperability (IO) Lab:

This hands-on lab is the opportunity to test your file sharing, authentication, identity, and/or Office (SharePoint and Exchange) protocol implementations with Microsoft Windows and Office protocol test suites. During the IO lab, you can directly engage with Windows and Office Protocol Support, Test Suite Development, and development teams as well as network with professionals from all over the world.




Where: Microsoft Campus

Redmond, WA

When: June 19-23, 2017

If committing to an entire week is difficult, attend the days that best fit your schedule.

Who: Content will be targeted towards IT developers, developers, and quality assurance engineers. Students are also welcome.

Cost: Free