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Developing .NET Framework Apps with Docker

by Elton Stoneman

Docker isn't just for cool new microservices apps - you can run any application in containers. This course will teach you how to take your existing .NET Framework apps into the modern world, running them in Windows containers - with no code changes.

What you'll learn

Business-critical apps running on the .NET Framework don't need to be rewritten to bring them into the modern world of Docker and Kubernetes. In this course, Developing .NET Framework Apps with Docker, you'll learn how to take established applications and run them in Windows containers with no code changes. First, you'll learn how to build and package .NET apps using Docker. Then, you'll explore how to set up your containers so you can inject configuration settings in and read application logs out. Next, you'll discover how to model your .NET Framework apps to run in containers with Docker Compose and Kubernetes. Lastly, you'll delve into techniques for troubleshooting .NET apps in containers. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Dockerizing .NET Framework apps so you can start migrating your own apps to run in containers.

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About the author

Elton is a 10-time Microsoft MVP, author, trainer and speaker. He spent most of his career as a consultant working in Microsoft technologies, architecting and delivering complex solutions for industry leaders. He has delivered APIs on Azure serving millions of clients daily, Big Data solutions processing billions of events weekly, and cutting-edge solutions powered by containers. Elton's experience with .NET goes from .NET 1.0 running on Windows Server, right up to .NET Core running on Linux. Wh... more

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