Faster Deployments by Dockerizing ASP.NET Core Applications

Date
Thu, 1 Dec 2016, 18:00 - 21:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
4600 Cox Rd , Glen Allen, US
Cost
Free

Two amazing new technologies are coming into the limelight: ASP.NET Core and Docker. Docker has provided developers the unique ability to package their applications into small, bite-sized containers that allow for quick delivery to any Docker platform around the world. Updating one to thousands of nodes can be done within seconds. ASP.NET Core is a new, radical approach to the platform we have known and loved for fifteen years. New changes to ASP.NET Core to focus on cross-platform support has made it a prime target for dockerizing. In this presentation, you will learn how to build a simple ASP.NET Core application from the ground up, and deploy it to datacenters around the world with few simple commands. Learning Objectives: Attendees will learn about Docker, and how Docker containers work Attendees will learn how to create simple applications with ASP.NET Core Attendees will learn how to package an ASP.NET Core application with Docker for deployment BioKevin Griffin is an author, teacher, mentor, and consultant focusing in software development. He is the author of the Twilio Blueprint (http://twilioblueprint.com). As an independent consultant, Kevin specializes in helping businesses push their technology stacks into the 21st century. You can often find Kevin speaking at conferences and user groups across the country or blogging at http://kevgriffin.com.

Event venue: Markel Plaza

Hosted by: Richmond .NET User Group

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