Azure Container App und Dapr Walkthrough

German Intermediate Development

Moderne Software Entwicklung findet heute oft mit Microservices statt und damit ergeben sich unterschiedliche Herausforderungen. Mehrsprachigkeit in einer Anwendung einzusetzen kann durchaus sinn machen. In dieser Session gehen wir auf mehrsprachige Software Entwicklung mit Microservices ein und wie dapr uns dabei unterstützen kann. Schon im eher theoretischen Anteil gehen wir auf verschiedene Aspekte ein um dann in einer Demo konkret die Implementierung zu zeigen. In unserer Demo zeigen wir viele Aspekte von Azure Container Apps und dapr die Dir während der Entwicklung einer solchen Anwendung begegnen. Das erwartet Dich in unserer Session: - Herausforderungen von polyglotten Microservices - Azure Container App (ACA) Übersicht + News - Distributed Application Runtime (dapr) Übersicht - Demo (Code und Portal) - Best practices (Live und Theorie) - Deployment - Fehlerbehandlung (Live)


Ralf Richter

doubleSlash Net-Business GmbH, Lead Developer, Cloud Solution Architect, Azure MVP

Ralf Richter is a Lead Developer and Cloud Solution Architect at doubleSlash. His expertise is derived from several years of experience with extensive cutting edge projects, among others in the automotive environment with a focus on the Internet of Things and Microsoft Azure. Community is a big topic for him, proven by beeing founder of Azure Dev Meetup Munich and the Azure Developer Community Day

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