Many are increasingly seeing microservices and containers as an architectural style of choice. Kubernetes is also gaining a lot of momentum. This session will first look at key tenets of microservices, and then switch to practically applying these concepts by deploying an application to various Kubernetes environments, including local clusters and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
You will learn:
About microservices and containers
Key Kubernetes concepts
Deploying a collection of microservices to Kubernetes as an “application”
How to set up and deploy these applications to AKS
Director – Cloud Application Development, AIS
Brent Wodicka is a Software Architect and Consultant at Applied Information Sciences. He and has been with the company since 2007, and has been active in the industry for fifteen years. During his time at AIS, Brent has worked on enterprise class solution development with focus on .NET and Business Intelligence. Most recently, he has enjoyed implementing solutions leveraging commercial cloud platforms and cloud native technologies.
Prototyping an IoT solution has never been easier! Learn the basics of prototyping an IoT device using the Raspberry Pi, Python, and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to build the iOT device of your dreams. In this session, we will prototype a small iOT Hub and Device following the common design and architecture for most commercially marketed IoT devices. We will also cover how to build a Xamarin Forms app that complements your BluetoothLE device and makes your IoT device marketable.
Currently a Developer Extraordinaire at InfernoRed Technology based out of Northern Virginia. Architecting and building software solutions using Microsoft and open source technology for the past 18 years. Awarded a Microsoft MVP award for C# in 2007,2008 and 2010 and an active participant of the Microsoft MVP reConnect program. Originally from the Dominican Republic, and the proud father of two beautiful daughters that make his life special. You can track me down on twitter (@hernandezrobert) and on this blog at http://www.overridethis.com.