Using .NET and Azure to build and deploy microservices architecture

Italiano Intermediate Development

Si parla tanto di microservizi, anche quando non sono strettamente necessari. Sono l'unica alternativa possibile per scrivere codice pulito, a componenti indipendenti e facilmente divisibile? E se costruissimo una soluzione a moduli? Attenzione, ogni modulo deve essere indipendente, dalla business logic ai dati, ma il tutto in un'unica soluzione. Molto più facili da testare, rispetto ai microservizi; meno infrastruttura da gestire, ma allo stesso tempo, pronti a scalare. Scopriamolo insieme come .NET Core ci permette di creare soluzioni simili e come Azure sia pronta ad ospitarle


Alberto Acerbis

Intré, Passionate dev, author, learner

I am basically an eternal onlooker. I've always defined myself as a backend developer, but I don't disdain poking around on the other side of the code either. I like to think that 'writing' software is mainly about solving business problems and providing value to the customer, and in this I find DDD patterns a great help. I work as a software engineer at Intré, a company that espouses this ideology; as a good introvert, I find it difficult to come out of the closet, but I like to get out of my comfort zone to share with others the things I have learnt, so that I can find the right stimuli each time to continue improving. I like to frequent the community world, contributing, when I can, with active proposals. I am co-founder of the DDD Open and Polenta and Deploy communities, and an active member of other communities such as Blazor Developer Italiani. I am an Azure Solution Architect and Azure IoT Developer

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