Sessions

James Strong
Henry Gallo
Matt Garber
Introduction to Docker and Kubernetes [Full-Day Workshop]
James Strong; Henry Gallo; Matt Garber

Introduction to Kubernetes is a hands-on, interactive workshop giving attendees a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of Kubernetes. As part of this workshop, you will learn how Kubernetes works, deploy microservices to that cluster & also hear about some war stories.

Room: Derby
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Tags: Cloud; Docker; Kubernetes

David Merk
Scott Schuenemeyer
Microservices in a Day Using .NET Core and AWS (Part 2) [Half-Day Workshop]
David Merk; Scott Schuenemeyer

Making the leap from MVC to Microservices? This workshop will jumpstart your journey and answer a lot of the questions developers run into on the way. APIs, Authentication, Microservice Communication, and Event Driven Development. In the course of one day you’re going to go from ‘File -> New Project

Room: Keeneland
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Tags: .NET; Architecture; AWS; Azure; Career Development; Database; Development Practices; DevOps; Docker; Kubernetes; Microservices; Software Practices

Rob Richardson
Database DevOps with Containers
Rob Richardson

Unlike CI/CD pipelines for applications, we can't just delete the database and pop up a new one with each new version. Let's start with the production database, and get SQL Server content to developers in containers, and then flow schema and lookup data back into production with migration tools. You

Room: Regency South A
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Tags: Containers; Database; DevOps; Docker

Matthew Burleigh
DotNetCore Testing Made Easy with ACI (Azure Container Instances)
Matthew Burleigh

Git makes branching so easy that sometimes we end up with a lot of branches that need to be tested. That can be difficult if our test environments are static because only one branch can be under test at any given time. Learn how to use Docker containers (ACR & ACI) to make testing branches so trivia

Room: Churchill
Topics: Software Testing;
Tags: Containers; Docker; Quality Assurance; Software Practices

Lee Brandt
A Developer’s Guide To Docker
Lee Brandt

It works on my machine. We’ve all heard it. Most of us have said it. It’s been impossible to get around it… until now. Not only can Docker-izing your development environment solve that issue, but it can make it drop-dead simple to onboard new developers, keep a team working forward and allow everyon

Room: Hialeah
Topics: Application Development
Tags: Docker

Rob Richardson
Choosing from the many ways to Docker in Azure
Rob Richardson

You're ready to go cloud native with containers. Now where do you begin on Azure? There's a dizying amount of container options available in Azure. How do they compare? Which is best for your organization? Come with us through a tour of each Azure Container hosting technology, the pros and cons of e

Room: Churchill
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Tags: Azure; Cloud; DevOps; Docker

Philip Bailey
Docker for Testers
Philip Bailey

Containers are everywhere these days. They are a great fit in any CI/CD process these days. Armed with some basic working knowledge of Docker and some recipes to get started, testers stands to benefit just as much as developers from the magic that is containerization. This session will present co

Room: Derby
Topics: Software Testing;
Tags: Containers; DevOps; Docker; Testing

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