A warm welcome to 2018
To kick of the year I will present my Microservices with Service Fabric. Easy… or is it? talk. Depending on the audience I will deliver in in English or German.
We are still looking for interesting short presentations for our usergroup meetings. Short presentations are the ideal format to give away your insights about the latest tools and techniques you use in your daily job. It is also a very good platform to sharpen your presenter skills. Send us an email to urs dot enzler at dotnet-zentral.ch or daniel dot marbach at dotnet-zentral.ch. Take the chance: you can give it in German or English!
2. Intro: We are still looking for short presentations
3. Main: Microservices with Service Fabric. Easy… or is it?
4. Knowledge Exchange/Apéro
bbv Software Services AG, Blumenrain 10, Luzern, 1. Stock
(Details siehe http://www.dotnet-zentral.ch/?page_id=98)
6 PM – 8:30/9:00 PM (After that apero)
- #dotznt (Hashtag-Usergroup)
- Main: @danielmarbach
Microservices with Service Fabric. Easy… or is it?
Service Fabric is so simple! Just click-click-deploy and we have a stateless microservice! But what if we want to store business data? We can use reliable collections and even transactions to store data inside the cluster, but what happens when our single partition goes down? We could lose everything! Now we need to partition our data… how do we do that? And how do we integrate with other PaaS offerings like Azure Service Bus? Maybe this isn’t so easy after all.
In this talk I’ll walk you through Service Fabric Partitioning, a partition affinity model for Azure Service Bus queues and challenges you’ll face with messaging patterns like request/response, publish/subscribe, process managers and other stateful entities running inside a Service Fabric Cluster.
Daniel is a Software Engineer at Particular Software, makers of NServiceBus, and a Microsoft MVP for Integration. He can bend minds and spoons with asynchronous programming and has contributed to many open-source projects. He has spoken at several conferences and usergroups about asynchronous programming and quality-driven development.
In his free-time, Daniel enjoys weightlifting, dark-roasted coffee, playing with his son and writing more code. At least until midnight when his self-imposed router hack kicks in.
Come and visit the next meeting of the .NET Usergroup Zentralschweiz.
Urs Enzler and Daniel Marbach