Docker can help you bring your existing applications into the modern world. This course teaches you how to run full .NET applications in Windows containers, modernize the architecture, and deploy to the cloud.
Docker isn't just for greenfield microservices applications, you can take full .NET Framework applications and run them in containers with no code changes. That's a great starting point for modernizing the architecture and moving to the cloud. In this course, Modernizing .NET Framework Apps with Docker, you'll learn how to efficiently run .NET applications and create a more modern architecture utilizing Docker. First, you'll discover how to package and run .NET apps in Docker containers on Windows. Then, you'll explore how to evolve the application architecture by breaking features out into separate containers. Finally, you'll delve into taking your modernized app to production on Azure. By the end of the course, you'll understand how Docker works on Windows and what Docker can do for your existing .NET landscape. Software required: Docker.
Course Overview Hey, how are you doing? My name is Elton and this is Modernizing. NET Framework Apps with Docker. I work for Docker, but before I joined the team, I was a. NET consultant, architecting and delivering big. NET solutions. The great thing about the Docker platform is it works really well with those big monolithic. NET apps and it can help you transform them so they stay relevant. In this course I'll show you how to run full. NET framework apps in Docker containers on Windows, how to modernize the application architecture by making use of the Docker platform and how to deploy your newly Dockerized app to the cloud in a production grade, highly available cluster. By the end of the course, you'll be ready to bring your own. NET apps into the modern world using Docker.