.NET and the Return of Windows

How .NET developers and Windows sysadmins are modernizing with cloud-native patterns.

  • The One True Platform for All .NET Workloads: Pivotal Cloud Foundry

    The One True Platform for All .NET Workloads: Pivotal Cloud Foundry

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  • Help Has Arrived: How PCF 2.1 Changes How You Look at Windows And .NET

    Help Has Arrived: How PCF 2.1 Changes How You Look at Windows And .NET

    Pivotal Application Service for Windows is an ideal place to run your .NET Framework apps. Find out three change-changing capabilities.

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  • Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.1 Adds Cloud-Native .NET, Envoy & Native Service Discovery to Boost Your Transformation

    Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.1 Adds Cloud-Native .NET, Envoy & Native Service Discovery to Boost Your Transformation

    Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.1 is now GA. The cloud-native platform expands its support for Windows containers and .NET. PCF also improves routing with Envoy, and has a new service discovery feature.

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  • Steeltoe 1.1 and The .NET Cloud-Native Renaissance

    Steeltoe 1.1 and The .NET Cloud-Native Renaissance

    Steeltoe helps .NET teams build microservices on Pivotal Cloud Foundry. We recap Steeltoe's new 1.1 release, including Hystrix Circuit Breaker, plus support for CF container networking and Vault.

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  • Cloud-Native .NET The Right Way

    Cloud-Native .NET The Right Way

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  • The .NET Renaissance is Happening Now. Here’s Why It’s a New Era for .NET Developers.

    The .NET Renaissance is Happening Now. Here’s Why It’s a New Era for .NET Developers.

    Go inside the world of cloud-native .NET development. We discuss the state of the .NET Framework, .NET Core, and how enterprises are adopting cloud-native patterns for their .NET apps.

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  • Steeltoe Turns 2.0, Adds Support for ASP.NET Core 2.0, CredHub, and a SQL Server Connector

    Steeltoe Turns 2.0, Adds Support for ASP.NET Core 2.0, CredHub, and a SQL Server Connector

    Steeltoe is a toolkit to help .NET developers build apps for Cloud Foundry using established microservices patterns. This post reviews important updates & new features in the project's v2.0 release.

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  • Windows Containers in Cloud Foundry? Here's How We Did It

    Windows Containers in Cloud Foundry? Here's How We Did It

    Hey, have you heard? Pivotal Cloud Foundry now supports running applications in Windows Server Containers. The platform has supported .NET apps on Windows Server 2012 R2 for two years. This move...

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  • Steeltoe and the Open Source .NET Renaissance - Beth Massi, Microsoft & Zach Brown, Dave Tillman, Pivotal1:07:20

    Steeltoe and the Open Source .NET Renaissance - Beth Massi, Microsoft & Zach Brown, Dave Tillman, Pivotal

    When .NET went open source in 2014, the .NET ecosystem was propelled into a new era. The cultural shift at Microsoft toward open source and cross-platform standards (like .NET Core) has since brought

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  • Pivotal Contributes Steeltoe to the .NET Foundation

    Pivotal Contributes Steeltoe to the .NET Foundation

    The Steeltoe open source project is joining the .NET Foundation. Here's why that's a big deal for Pivotal, Microsoft, and enterprise .NET teams.

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  • Ensuring Platform Security with Windows Bosh Add-ons - Maris, Schaefbauer, Coppock, Boeing21:49

    Ensuring Platform Security with Windows Bosh Add-ons - Maris, Schaefbauer, Coppock, Boeing

    "We did it! InfoSec said “Not a chance you’re deploying Ubuntu and Windows on Pivotal Cloud Foundry unless you meet our highly stringent requirements!”. We were told – “You must implement virus protec

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  • Pivotal Imbues Cloud Foundry with Windows-Wrangling Powers

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