19.10.2022 | 

Webinar: Real-World Docker Images für .NET

Docker Images erlauben die standardisierte Verteilung und den homogenen Betrieb von Anwendungen, unabhängig der gewählten Technologie oder Programmiersprache. Jedoch gilt es einiges beim Erstellen von Docker Images zu beachten.

In diesem Webinar zeigt Cloud-Native-Enthusiast und Docker Captain Thorsten Hans, wie Docker Images für reale .NET-Projekte aussehen sollten, um unterschiedliche Aspekte wie effizientes Debugging und die Inner-Loop Performance zu adressieren. Darüber hinaus werden Sie lernen, wie Sie potenzielle Stolpersteine und Schwächen der “Standard”-.NET-Dockerfiles von Microsoft ausmerzen.

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Marco Frodl

Marco Frodl

Marco Frodl ist Consultant bei der Thinktecture AG und versteht sich als ein IT-Dolmetscher zwischen Developern und Anwendern.

Agenda

  • Einführung
  • Production grade Docker Images für .NET Apps
  • Remote Debugging .NET Apps in Docker Containern
  • Inner-Loop Performance für .NET Aps mit Docker
  • Conclusion
  • Q&A

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