Alex Mang is an Azure MVP, Microsoft Certified Trainer and regular conference and user groups speaker focusing mostly on cloud-computing topics, thus aiming to help developers better understand the implications of cloud-computing as a whole. As an Azure Advisor, he regularly offers Azure teams in Redmond feedback on upcoming Azure features and services. Alex dedicates a lot of his time developing his ISV involved in the event management and ticketing industry and also invests lots of time teaching software architectural and cloud computing patterns at user groups, conferences and privately-owned companies around Europe. Whenever he’s not in the office, he’s either recording video tutorials with O’Reilly, giving software development trainings, writing articles or working on open-source Azure-related libraries in GitHub repos.
Visual Studio + Docker + Sprinkles of Azure = Modern Microservices
Predavanje je v angleškem jeziku.
Containers have been around for quite some time now, but creating, deploying and maintaining them has been a burden before the days of Docker. Literally, Docker has revolutionized not only the way we think about application development but the entire ‘microservices’ pattern altogether. I’d even go so far to say that ‘microservices’ might have become a hype word because of companies such as Docker, Inc. For the .NET world though, things have moved in a different pace, but with modern and capable tools, frameworks and environments such as Visual Studio 2017, .NET Core, Windows Server 2016, Windows 10 and Azure, actually developing or optimizing .NET-based applications for Docker support no longer is rocket-surgery.