DotnetFriday is de beste manier om jouw weekend in te luiden! Het delen en opdoen van Microsoft .NET & Azure kennis met een borrel en een hapje in de handen. Have fun with tech!
Toegang is gratis. Eten en drinken wordt verzorgd.
Let op: beperkt aantal plekken. Vol = vol.
Kom naar de meetup op vrijdag 17 april 2020 in Nieuwegein.
Met waanzinnige ‘top of the line’ sprekers wordt dit gegarandeerd een topavond:
16:00 – Inloop
16:30 – Floor Drees – GitHub Actions & VS Code Online
17:30 – Diner: American Food Menu (Black Angus burgers, Pulled Pork)
18:15 – Lightning talk – Eduard Keilholz – Cloud Patterns to the Rescue
18:45 – Erwin Staal – Event-driven autoscaling on Kubernetes with KEDA
19:45 – Borrel: Drinks & Bites & Gezelligheid
Floor Drees | GitHub Actions & VS Code Online
This session will be packed with online goodies. Floor shows all the ins and out of VS Code Online, and also GitHub Actions. You can now build and deploy all your stuff from GitHub. Learn all the nifty tricks and stay one step ahead!
Eduard Keilholz | Cloud Patterns to the Rescue
Designing software for the cloud can be quite similar to on-premises solutions. However, when running software systems in the cloud you will run into issues you never ran into on-premises. In my session, I will show three cloud design patterns you can use with which you dodge common pitfalls. This session will help you to design and develop highly performant, scalable software systems in the cloud.
Erwin Staal | Event-driven autoscaling on Kubernetes with KEDA
Event-driven, serverless architectures are a hot topic in today’s cloud-native application development. To take full advantage of the serverless benefits of event driven, your application needs to scale and react to those events instantly. It needs to be able to scale from zero to potentially thousands of instances. KEDA is an open sourced component that provides event driven autoscaling for your Kubernetes workloads. KEDA works with any container, but to enable additional serverless capabilities within Kubernetes you can pair KEDA with the Azure Functions runtime. Don’t get fooled by ‘Azure’ in the name. Azure Functions provides a programming model that can run anywhere: in a container running on-premises, fully managed in Azure, or in any Kubernetes cluster and they can be written in many languages. It allows application developers not to worry anymore about writing the code to connect, trigger, and pull from an event source like RabbitMQ, Kafka, or Azure Event Hubs. That’s all handled for you.