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WebAssembly Day
 | 13.04.2023

Mega Mergers: Cloud-Native with Containers and WebAssembly

WebAssembly (Wasm) changes everything; Wasm in the browser was just the tip of the iceberg. The impact of Wasm on the server side (and in the cloud) will be way more significant and will change how we craft cloud-native architectures. Thorsten Hans will explain and demonstrate how to design and implement distributed architectures using containers and Wasm. Join this session to see what is possible today, to make yourself comfortable with Wasm in the backend, and get an impression of what „Cloud-Native vNext“ will look like.

Thorsten Hans is consultant at Thinktecture and focuses on Kubernetes, Docker, and Infrastructure as Code. On the client-side he is tremendously experienced with Angular and Electron.

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