Azure Container App is the serverless way of deploying applications in scale on the Azure Cloud. You can deploy containerized apps without managing complex infrastructure. Write code using your preferred programming language or framework, and build microservices with full support for Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr). It can scale dynamically based on HTTP traffic or events powered by Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA). The new LTS version of .NET - 6.0 - offers simple and lightweight runtime for developers to build APIs and web apps with Docker containers. This session will demonstrate the containerization of .NET 6 applications with Azure Container Apps
Sonu Sathyadas is a Microsoft Certified Trainer on Azure cloud services. He has a vast experience of 14+ years in training and development in various Microsoft and open-source technologies. He is working on Azure cloud technologies from last 6+ years and helped Microsoft clients to migrate their workloads to Azure cloud. He is delivering certification trainings on Azure Administrator, Azure Developer, Azure Architect and AI engineer. He has acquired valuable experience in open-source technologies such as .NET Core, HTML5, Angular, React with Redux, BackboneJS, Azure, Cognitive Services, Bot Framework and Office 365. His key expertise lies in offering viable solution in Azure PaaS and IaaS services.
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