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Join us for the .NET Conf 2022 After Party at NorthTorontoUG. This is an in-person event at Microsoft Reactor Toronto.
We are featuring two presentations.
Azure Functions with .NET 7 - isolated worker process era
For years, Alex has been running .NET Azure Functions in-process. Even after the introduction of the isolated worker process, he never switched.
The main reason is simple - durable functions are not supported!
With the introduction of .NET 7, the Azure Functions team also introduced the support for durable functions in isolated worker processes.
In this presentation, we will explore durable functions as well as some other cool features that come with .NET 7 in isolated worker process Azure Functions.
How To Mount Azure Key Vault Secret to Pods in Azure Kubernetes Service
Roy will walk through an implementation of integrating Azure Key Vault to Azure Kubernetes so that a secret in the key vault will be mounted to a Kubernetes pod as a storage volume. Roy will show how to install and use the Azure Key Vault Provider for Secrets Store CSI Driver in an AKS and go through the implementation in YAML files.
Jack Lee is a Microsoft MVP and a Senior Azure Certified Consultant with a passion for software development, cloud, and DevOps innovations. He is an active Microsoft tech community contributor and has presented at various user groups and conferences, including the Global Azure Bootcamp at Microsoft Canada. Jack is an experienced mentor and judge at hackathons and is also the president of the North Toronto Cloud & DevOps User Group. He is the co-author of "Azure for Architects" and "Cloud Analytics with Microsoft Azure". You can follow Jack on Twitter at @jlee_consulting and his user group at @NorthTorontoUG.
Alex Pshul is a software architect, Microsoft Azure MVP, consultant, speaker and a tech freak. He had worked on more than 30 projects in the past 12 years, using a vast range of Azure services and various .NET technologies. You can follow Alex on Twitter at @AlexPshul and visit his blog.
Roy Kim is a Solutions Architect and developer focused on Azure. In recent years, has been designing and implementing solutions in Azure for large enterprise that includes Azure networking, security, devops, compute and Kubernetes. A MVP award recipient since 2017. He holds a BS in computer science degree from the University of Toronto.