It's surprising to discover how much support Amazon has for .NET on AWS - tooling, SDKs, APIs, and a team of developer advocates. In this course, Fundamentals of Building .NET Applications on AWS, you’ll learn to build a fully hosted cloud native .NET application on AWS using AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio. First, you’ll explore basics and fundamentals of getting started with the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio in .NET application development. Next, you’ll learn step by step guidance to host and deploy .NET applications on AWS. Finally, you’ll learn how to leverage AWS cloud native services to build a modern containerized or serverless .NET application. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of building cloud-native .NET applications needed for cloud native development in Windows/macOs/Linux development environments on AWS.
Julie Lerman is a Microsoft MVP, .NET mentor and consultant who lives in the hills of Vermont. You can find Julie presenting on data access and other Microsoft .NET topics at user groups and conferences around the world. Julie is the author of the highly acclaimed "Programming Entity Framework (with a second edition coming soon) and authors the MSDN Magazine Data Points column.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Welcome to plural site. My name is Julie Lierman, and you might know me as one of the most recognized authorities in the world on Entity Framework, Microsoft's data access platform for dot net developers. And now I get to use my many years of dot net expertise to show you how to build dot net applications on Amazon Web services. I was really surprised when I began discovering how much support Amazon has for dot Net on AWS tooling S DK's AP eyes and a team of developer advocates. This course focuses on leveraging your existing knowledge of building dot net applications in visual studio and adds to that the feature Rich a ws toolkit for visual studio. To build APS that run on AWS, you'll learn about Amazon's relational database service and how to create and use a sequel server database managed by RDS. From your applications. You'll deploying a speed dot net core application. Amazon's elastic Compute Cloud, also known as E. C, to where its availability can be scaled up and down on demand. You'll then take that same application and deployed to docker containers that are completely managed by Amazon's Fargate service. And then again with that same application, we'll configure it as an AWS serve Earless application, which takes advantage of Amazon Lambda functions to reduce the cost of hosting. I hope you'll join me on this journey to discover the incredible support that AWS has for .net developers and software that we built.