Vipps builds highly-reliable applications on Microsoft Azure for mission-critical workloads. In this session we will explain how this is done using Azure services such as AKS, Cosmos DB, Event Hub and APIM. The explanations will be based upon Microsofts new open source Mission-Critical design project, which makes it easier for everyone to implement an "always on" application on Microsoft Azure.
Michael Åhs (Sopra Steria), experienced architect with long experience of .NET, that demonstrated the benefits of .NET 1.0 when it was still in beta. He is interested in technology at the intersection of things. From frontend to backend development and then ops onward to users and organizations.
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