These design patterns are useful for building reliable, scalable, secure applications in the cloud. In this session we're going to cover few Azure Design Patterns: - GateKeeper Pattern - Gateway Aggregation Pattern - Gateway Offloading Pattern - Gateway Routing Pattern When using the right pattern for your solution, it is going to improve the design & architecture of your system, and could also provide extra security for your solution.
Hussein is a Senior Cloud Application Architect. Hussein has TOGAF Certified, 10 X AWS Certifications, and many Microsoft Certifications as well. Hussein is interested in sharing his knowledge around Microsoft Azure, and he recently created a YouTube channel talking about Azure Serverless components (API Management), Azure Design Patterns, Azure Policy
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