Pragmatische Microservices mit .NET Core (3) – mehr als nur gRPC

Session Abstract

Microservices: ja! Oder eher doch nicht? Um diese Frage beantworten zu können, klärt Christian Weyer in diesem Vortrag, was Microservices sind, was sie nicht sind, wann man sie nutzt – und vor allem: wie man Microservices in der .NET-Welt implementieren kann. Sehen Sie Architekturansätze und Patterns in Aktion und erleben Sie Technologien wie Web-APIs, gRPC, Push Messaging, Background Workers und Co. im praktischen Einsatz mit .NET Core 3. Versuchen wir gemeinsam, langweilige Architekturthemen spannend zu machen – durch eine pragmatische Sichtweise.

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