Microservices on .NET Core and Linux Containers

Thu, 15 Jun 2017, 18:00 - 20:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , New York, US

Meeting abstract: Microsoft's move to make .NET open source could not have come at a better time. As the world explores and moves to Microservices Architecture (MSA) and Linux containers, .NET stands poised to not only join the fray, but to excel with high-performance services. In this fast-paced session, you will see .NET code (C# and F#) be turned into microservices, running in Red Hat's OpenShift PaaS. Linux, .NET, docker, kubernetes, and MSA will all be tied together in this peek into the future. We'll take a look into (and demonstrate) two deployment methods: Blue/Green and Canary, and show how uninterrupted deployments are possible. Finally, a demonstration of the Circuit Breaker pattern will give you a technology you can use immediately, regardless of your development model. The audience will be given instructions to download zero-cost versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and OpenShift via the Red Hat Development Suite.

About the speaker: Don Schenk, Director of Developer Experience at Red HatA developer since the beginning of time and a Microsoft MVP, Don is a Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat, with a focus on Microsoft .NET on Linux. His mission is to bring .NET developers into the Linux and open source communities. He is also the author of the book "Transitioning to .NET Core on Linux" by O'Reilly Media. His passion is cooking and he hates the designated hitter rule. Don's overarching belief is this: "A program is not a communication between a developer and a machine; it's a communication between a developer and the next developer."

Event venue: Microsoft

Hosted by: NYC .NET Developers

Event URL: https://www.meetup.com/NYC-NET-Developers/events/238710095/

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