dotnetsheff: [🌏 Online] Moving to Microservices: Containers vs Serverless with Mark Heath

This event will be a single talk about Moving to Microservices: Containers vs Serverless with Mark Heath.

❗❗ 🌐 This is an online event, we'll be hosting the event on Zoom, the link for the meeting is below, however, we'll only announce the password just before the event.

📅 Agenda
- 👋 Welcome
- 🗑️ Housekeeping
- 👨‍🏫 Moving to Microservices: Containers vs Serverless
- 🍻 Virtual Bar

👉 Moving to Microservices: Containers vs Serverless

Many companies are looking for a path to migrate from legacy monolithic applications, towards a more modern, cloud-based microservice architecture. But there are many choices along the way. How do you pick between two of the hottest trends in cloud architecture at the moment: containers and serverless? In this session you'll learn about the strengths of both approaches, how to pick the right approach for your business requirements, and some of the key challenges you need to be prepared for. We'll see how this can work in practice by looking at several key Azure technologies that enable these architectures such as Azure Kubernetes Service, Azure Functions, and Azure Container Instances. And we'll see how the strengths of serverless and containerization can even be combined together into a hybrid architecture providing the best of both worlds.

👨‍🏫 About the speaker

Mark Heath is a Microsoft MVP and software developer based in Southampton, England, currently working as a Software Architect for NICE Systems. He creates courses for Pluralsight and is the author of several open-source libraries. He is currently specializes in architecting Azure based systems and audio programming.

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