You're trying to build better software, faster. But .NET developers haven't had access to the capabilities necessary to become cloud-native. Until now.
Also exclusively for this workshop, the Steeltoe team will be joining us to give a live demonstration of modernizing a .NET application. Steeltoe is a modern .NET framework that enables developers to create cloud native applications, following industry best practices.
Whether your .NET apps are staying on-premises or moving to a public cloud, these principles will help you build more scalable, resilient, and adaptable systems that drive your competitive advantage. By the end of the day, you’ll get exposed to what you need for refactoring existing .NET apps, and building entirely new ones in a cloud-native way. Bring your laptop and join us in New York for a great day together! Breakfast and lunch will be provided for all workshop attendees.
A code IDE or editor for .NET apps (e.g. Visual Studio 2017, Visual Studio Code)
CF command line tool installed
|8:30-9:00 AM||Arrival and Breakfast|
|9:00-9:15 AM||The need to be good at software. Some brief examples and data points to highlight the growing importance of delivering a compelling software experience.|
|9:15-10:00 AM||Microservices, and decomposing the monolith. A look at what microservices are, and how people start to create a microservices architecture out of a monolithic app.|
|10:00-10:15 AM||What does "cloud-native" mean? Define “cloud-native” and look at key criteria for building apps in a cloudy way.|
|10:15-10:45 AM||Introducing Cloud Foundry. Why run Cloud Foundry on Azure? What role do “platforms” play in a cloud-native environment? We’ll look at Cloud Foundry and its core components.|
|10:45-11:00 AM||Morning Break|
|11:00-12:30 PM||Building a highly scalable cloud-native .NET microservice application. Watch as the Steeltoe team shows and explains some of the most important components to understand when building cloud-native .NET microservice applications. Some topics to be covered will be the importance of shared configuration, service discovery, management, and circuit breaker pattern.|
|12:30-1:00 PM||Lunch and short address by Magenic|
||Hands On Labs: Build .NET core apps and run them on Pivotal Application Services for Windows(PASW). Use the Steeltoe framework to implement actuators and cloud connectors to make use of environment variables and app instances. Bind your .NET app to Azure CosmosDB using the Azure Service Broker, to combine the best of PASW and the Azure Cloud.|
|4:30-4:45 PM||Begin Your Cloud-Native Journey:
- Options for self-learning through the Steeltoe sample apps and Pivotal Web Services
- Pivotal training through their education services
- Speak with a local Pivotal Account Team
Partner Solutions Architect, Pivotal
Prasad Bopardikar is a Partner Solutions Architect and Cloud Foundry Evangelist at Pivotal. He works with customers and partners worldwide in implementing solutions supporting micro services architecture with Cloud Foundry and Spring. Prasad is a regular speaker at Java and Cloud Foundry Meetups.
Lead Consultant Cloud Practice Lead, Magenic
Robert is one of Magenic’s two Cloud Practice Leads, heading up the Magenic Pivotal Practice and has more than 15 years’ experience with the .NET and Microsoft technologies. He has been working with Pivotal Cloud Foundry in the .NET space for more than two years, and during that time, Robert has led large re-platforming and modernization efforts in moving .NET applications to Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Azure. He also has industry experience in real estate, financial institutions, politics, and energy and chemical.
Technical Marketing, Pivotal
David is a part of the tech marketing team within Pivotal, bringing a focus of .NET related technologies. He has been writing C# for as long as it’s been a thing. In his spare time he enjoys breaking things, only to fix them. Prior to Pivotal, David has a wide background ranging for making things go fast, to building computers, to writing bad code.
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We look forward to you joining us.