My Building Microservices With .NET: The Basics course covers the fundamentals of microservices with the .NET platform, from the creation of your very first microservice from scratch, with a complete REST API and fully working database, to having two entire microservices talk to each other resiliently via multiple communication mechanisms, including eventual consistency via events.
This has been a popular paid course on Udemy for a while, but recently I decided to remove it from that platform and instead publish it on YouTube, so it becomes free for everyone. Check it out:
Last week I published a video on how to deploy an Asp.Net Core 3.0 Web API to a local Kubernetes cluster. This week I thought I would move one step forward and show how to deploy the same Web API container to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). So here you go:
In this new video you will learn:
How to create a container registry and an AKS cluster
How to push your Web API container to a container registry
How to generate Kubernetes yaml files to describe your deployment and service using Visual Studio Code
How to deploy your Web API container to AKS
Please leave me a comment here or in the video itself about any feedback you might have on this video.
It’s been ages since I wrote anything here, but recently I decided it’s time I start sharing a few of the things I have learned in the past few years. Also, since .NET Core 3.0 just got released today and since I’ve been working with containers for a while I thought it would be appropriate to start with a video on how to containerize an Asp.Net Core 3.0 app, specifically a Web API type of app since that’s what I’ve mostly been using for building microservices. So here it is:
There I talk about:
• How to create an Asp.Net Core 3.0 Web API project
• How to add Docker artifacts with Visual Studio Code, including the generation of the Dockerfile
• How to build and run the Asp.Net Core project as a Docker container
Let me know your thoughts on this video, either here or in the video comments section. Would appreciate all feedback to incorporate it in future upcoming videos.