Get started with Distributed Application Runtime (DAPR)

 
English Advanced Compute

In the time of microservices, cloud and machine learning, complexity of backend applications increases. It is getting more and more difficult to design robust, reliable, scalable and easy to operate system. This session is about the new open source distributed application runtime DAPR, which helps to easy build microservice architecture including scalability, loose service coupling and independent deployments. Join this session to learn about an event-driven, portable runtime for building microservices for cloud and edge.

Speaker

Damir Dobric

daenet GmbH, Microsoft Regional Director, Azure MVP

https://damirdobric.me

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