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Do I need Micro services & Azure Service Fabric for my next project?

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We are happy to invite our members to a combined presentation and workshop led by Microsoft MVP Thure (Thurupathan Vijayakumar) from TIQRI.

Session plan

18:00 Briefing of the micro services model and service fabric
18:30 Break
18:45 Hands on session in developing service fabric based micro services and ASP.NET Core. We will finish around 20:30.

NB! The session will be held in The Scotsman (Basement bar). The bar will be open for all drink and food orders, and everyone can order separately.

The core idea of this session to give a clear picture of Micro services and where Azure Service Fabric fits in that space and the concerns in adapting Micro services and Service Fabric for your next project.

In the industry Micro services is often addressed and explained from two different angles, from management aspects like team orientation, communication and delivery and from the technical aspects like containers, clusters and etc.

Initial part of the session will focus on the Micro services and the common misconceptions and architectural considerations need to be addressed to get started with the Micro services. This will be evaluated and explained with some real project examples. The later part of the session will focus about Azure Service Fabric as a Micro services platform and the features and use cases of the Service Fabric platform with demos.

Key Takeaways

• Clear understanding of Micro services and how organizations are using / planning to use it.
• Decision making pointers for when and how to adapt Micro services in a project.
• Azure Service Fabric as a Micro services platform
• Features and Benefits of Azure Service Fabric in large scale Micro services implementation.

Prerequisites for the hands on session in developers PCs

• Visual Studio 2015 or higher
• Azure SDK 2.9 or higher
• Service Fabric SDK
• Service Fabric Cluster Emulator

Thuru is a cloud architect at TIQRI, where he involves in helping startups and enterprises move and adapt cloud in cost effective manner. He's an Azure MVP and a known blogger. Currently most of his time is allocated in writing his book for APress and dealing with technical and non-technical stakeholders in defining solutions on Azure.