Pragmatische Microservices-Architekturen mit ASP.NET Core & Co.

Session Abstract

Das Schlagwort Microservices ist in aller Munde. Angetrieben durch die zahlreichen Nachteile einer monolithischen Architektur wollen Microservices und damit verbundene Design-Patterns und -Ideen das scheinbare Allheilmittel sein. In diesem Vortrag klärt Christian Weyer über den Mythos Microservices auf. Was sind sie, was sind sie nicht, wann setzt man sie ein – und vor allem: Wie baut und betreibt man Microservices in der .NET/.NET-Core-Welt? Sehen Sie Architekturansätze in Aktion und erleben Sie Technologien wie Service Discovery, Web API, SignalR, Message Queuing und Azure im praktischen Einsatz. Versuchen wir also gemeinsam, langweilige Architekturthemen spannend zu machen: auf pragmatische Weise!

Related Articles

.net core
(ASP).NET Core in production - Changing log level temporarily - 2nd approach
In the previous blog post I talked about how to change the log level at runtime by coupling the (or rather the ) with the . However, the solution has one drawback: you need to change the file  for that. In this post we will be able to change the log level without changing the…
Pawel Gerr
.net core
.NET Core in production - Changing log level temporarily
When running the application in production then the log level is set somewhere between and . The question is what to do if you or your customer experiences some undesired behavior and the logs with present log level aren't enough to pinpoint the issue. The first solution that…
Pawel Gerr
entity framework core
Is "N+1 Queries" still a performance issue in Entity Framework Core 3?
In a previous post we saw that EF 2.1 is highly susceptible to the N+1 queries problem. After the release of a new version of Entity Framework Core (EF) the first question coming to mind is: "Is it still a big issue in EF 3.1?" And if the answer is no, is there anything else we…
Pawel Gerr
How to correctly delete your SameSite Cookies in Chrome (80+)
In my last article I explained how the changes in Chrome 80 (February 2020) can break your existing web sites or web applications, because SameSite cookies will be treated differently. In that post I focused on how to correctly set your cookies and how to mitigate…
Sebastian Gingter