Moving .NET Apps to the Cloud
As organizations increasingly move towards cloud computing, there is a growing need for .NET applications to be migrated to the cloud. What are the tools and services that .NET developers need to be successful in building cloud-native applications?
In this 60-minute live roundtable, expert panelists will discuss the benefits and challenges of moving .NET apps and the different options available, including managed Kubernetes services, serverless platforms, and HTTP-based hosting options. Join this roundtable to understand the various cloud computing models and how to successfully move your .NET application to the cloud.
Learn from world-class practitioners
Learn from extraordinary speakers driving change and innovation in .NET and cloud technologies. Gain valuable insights and advice to help you with your observability and logging journey.
Principal Cloud Architect @funambol
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InfoQ Live April 2023
Date: April, 25th, 2023
60 minute, InfoQ-moderated panel discussion
Chat forum for attendees to ask questions to the panelists
Access to on-demand recording
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100% of net ticket revenue* is being donated to organizations working towards diversity, equity, and inclusion in the technology industry.
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