Live online event: Azure Service Fabric Patterns & Practices


Want to build large-scale microservices using Azure Service Fabric?

Join the experts who designed and built this platform as a service (PaaS) on November 2 from 8am‒5pm PDT as they explore Azure Service Fabric Patterns and Practices.

We’ll hear about real-world scenarios and application areas, and we’ll get the answers to the questions most asked by customers about Azure Service Fabric. Get started with proper architecture, and then learn how to optimize resources for your application.

Hosted by Haishi Bai, author of the new book, Programming Microsoft Azure Service Fabric, and Kal Henidak, the course explores how to design, develop, and operate your microservices on Service Fabric using best practices and proven, reusable patterns. Get a Service Fabric overview, and then dive deep into topics that cover cluster optimization and security, migrating legacy apps, IoT at scale, hosting game engines, and more. We’ll even get the details on Linux supports and containers. Don’t miss this chance to learn about the blueprint to design your first cloud app with the pros who know.

Course outline:

  • Azure Service Fabric and Microservices Design Overview
  • Cluster Planning and Management
  • Migration
  • Hyperscale Web
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Gaming
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Containers and Linux Supports

Date: November 2, 2016
Time: 8am‒5pm PDT
Where: Live, online virtual classroom
Cost: Free

Register now!

About the instructors

Haishi Bai | Microsoft Senior Software Development Engineer| @HaishiBai2010

Haishi Bai is a programmer, an author, and an educator who focuses on the mission of empowering everyone with the cloud.

Khaled (Kal) Henidak| Microsoft Senior Software Development Engineer | @khnidk

Kal Henidak is a server-side expert with a passion for concurrency and hyperscale application. He spends his time either coding or talking about code.

Comments (3)

  1. Chrisitan says:

    I was wondering if the above event is available as a recording?

    1. Kim Spilker says:

      This will be made available as a free on-demand recording soon – expect it in early December. We can provide you with the link when it’s ready.

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