After the summer break with have Dennis Traub talking about how you can leverage .NET together with the AWS CDK to deploy infrastructure in AWS.
Infrastructure is Code with C# and the AWS Cloud Development Kit
Developers using DevOps practices like to take advantage of Infrastructure as Code. Traditionally, this has been done using configuration files, implemented in YAML, JSON, or similar text file formats, and are missing most of the advantages of modern programming languages.
Wouldn’t it be better to use the expressive power of your favorite programming language to define your cloud infrastructure? The AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) is a multi-language, open-source framework from AWS that enables developers to harness the full power of modern programming languages to define reusable cloud components and provision applications built from those components.
In this hands-on demo, we’ll quickly cover the basic concepts of the CDK and then spend the majority of our time live coding an application with the CDK. You’ll learn you how to use the CDK to quickly assemble your AWS infrastructure using C# and .NET. We’ll also explore the AWS Construct Library and show you how easy it makes it to configure your cloud resources, manage permissions, connect event sources and even build and publish your own constructs.
In this session, you will learn:
- About core concepts of the AWS CDK framework
- How to deploy your own cloud-base infrastructure using C#
- How to build and reuse your own components
Dennis is Developer Advocate and leads Developer Relations for Amazon Web Services in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. His favorite part of work is showing builders hands-on how they can bring their ideas to life on AWS. Dennis started his career in software development nearly 30 years ago, lived through the dot-com era, and has been building applications of all kinds and sizes ever since. In his free time, he loves traveling, reading tons of books, and playing simulation games on the PC.
Zoom link in the meetup group
19:00 – 20:30
- #dotznt (Hashtag-Usergroup)