03.06.2020 | 

Webinar: Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) für .NET-Core-Entwickler

Im Webinar am 03. Juni 2020 erklärte Thorsten Hans am Beispiel von Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), was Kubernetes ist und wie der Container-Orchestrator funktioniert. Anhand einer exemplarischen .NET-Core-Anwendung hat er veranschaulicht, wie der Weg in das beliebte „Cloud-Betriebssystem“ gelingt. Sie lernen Plattformfeatures optimal einzusetzen um Ihre Anwendungsbestandteile cloud-agnostisch zu realisieren und optimal in Kubernetes zu betreiben.

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Gøran Homberg ist Consultant bei Thinktecture und arbeitet mit unseren Kunden bzgl. deren Anforderungen, Projektansätzen und zugehörigem Projekt-Management.


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