Azure Service Bus Core Features | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, .NET Core, .NET Service Bus, aft-net, Azure Platform, Coding, Data, Messaging, microservices, Service Bus

In this episode, Ashish Chhabria returns to talk to us about some of the core features and capabilities  of Azure Service Bus. We will see demos of how to leverage things like Peek Lock, Receive Delete, Rules and Transactions. [00:32] – Core features of Azure Service Bus [01:21] – Peek Lock [05:49] – Receive and […]

Azure Service Bus from the ground up | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, Azure .NET Services, Azure Platform, Coding, Data, Messaging, microservices, Service Bus

In this episode, we’re joined by Ashish Chhabria who is a Program Manager on the Azure Service Bus team. He’s here to talk to us about where Service Bus fits in the Azure messaging landscape and also explain some of it’s target use cases. [00:50] – Uses cases for the Azure Messaging [08:40] – Point to […]

What is Cloud Native, Really? | Cloud Native

Posted on Posted in .NET, Azure, Kubernetes, microservices, Virtual Machines

Get the definition from the engineers on campus up close and personal on the Cloud Native Show. In our Pilot episode, follow Shayne as he explores the Microsoft campus to have Cloud Native explained to him by Distinguished Engineer, Brendan Burns. For more episodes be sure to subscribe at Free Azure AccountBuild cloud-native applications […]

Microservices and more in .NET Core 3.0 | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, asp .net, Azure Platform, Coding, Containers, Docker, microservices

Enabling developers to build resilient microservices is an important goal for .NET Core 3.0 In this episode, Shayne Boyer is joined by Glenn Condron and Ryan Nowak from the ASP.NET team who discuss some of the exciting work that’s happening in the microservice space for .NET Core 3.0. [00:22] – What’s the goal with the […]

Microservice Architecture with ASP.NET Core | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, microservices

Having a solid architecture is an essential piece for ensuring the longevity of your software. In this episode Cesar De la Torre Llorente (@cesardelatorre) comes on the show to talk about ASP.NET Core application architecture for microservices and containers. [01:06] – Introducing the .NET application architecture website [05:23] – Running the reference application [06:33] – Understanding […]

Interview with TQ (Microservices Versioning)

Posted on Posted in devops, microservices, VSTS

In this interview, VSTS Architect TQ shows us how VSTS designs and versions its Microservices. [01:26] Versioning[04:12] Deprecating a version[12:18] Transformation into Microservices[14:21] How to find versions[20:00] Online Help[21:46] Version negotiation[30:48] Break down the monolith[32:52] Containers [T34:20] Are these pure Microservices More info Interview with TQ (Microservices Versioning) Source: MSDN Channel 9

Dave Tillman and Zach Brown – Resilient Microservices with Steeltoe | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, microservices

Dave Tillman and Zach Brown (@moredeploys) join us in this episode to talk about the SteelToe(@SteeltoeOSS) project. They talk about CloudFoundry, and how Steeltoe enables .NET developers to build resilient micro services on top of it.   [01:16] –  What benefit does steel toe bring to .NET Developers [03:15] – Zach talks about creating parity […]

Episode 5: Norway – Iris Classon | The MVP Show

Posted on Posted in microservices, Security

In this episode of the MVP Show, Seth met with Iris Classon in her hometown of Stavanger, Norway.  At a quaint coffee shop in the charming Fargegaten/Øvre Holmegate (Upper Holm Street/Color Street), Iris talked about microservice deployment models, security, and multitenant authentication. After talking about the cloud, Seth felt awe-inspired to deploy to the cloud himself! […]