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C# Microservices Development on Azure

Video Description

Escape the monolithic application design and efficiently deploy scalable microservices on Microsoft Azure

About This Video

  • Perform a paradigm shift from traditional monolithic application development to a more distributed model based on the Microservices Architecture
  • Leverage the power of Azure Service Fabric to develop microservices that scale independently with C# and .NET Core
  • Use the Reliable Services programming model to deploy C# microservices into a Service Fabric Cluster

In Detail

Microservices bring new challenges that weren’t present in simpler architectures. This course will teach you how to handle all those challenges and overcome various obstacles including services communication and state management.

Scaling monolithic applications can be expensive or even impossible. In this course, you’ll learn to break down monoliths into smaller microservices written in C# and .NET Core. You’ll easily develop, deploy, maintain, and scale them into clusters without worrying about low-level configuration with the help of Visual Studio and Azure Service Fabric.

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to develop web applications with C# and .NET Core, easily maintain them at a lower cost, and deploy them as highly-scalable microservices using Azure Service Fabric.

The code bundle for this video course is available at: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/C-Microservices-Development-on-Azure

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