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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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  • Cloud-Native .NET The Right Way

    Cloud-Native .NET The Right Way

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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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  • 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 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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  • 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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  • Building .NET Core Microservices with Steeltoe - Zach Brown & Matthew Horan, Pivotal38:06

    Building .NET Core Microservices with Steeltoe - Zach Brown & Matthew Horan, Pivotal

    Building .NET Core Microservices with Steeltoe - Zach Brown & Matthew Horan, Pivotal The software world is moving to microservices. For all their benefits, microservice architectures expose many dist

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  • OSSAT 2017 - Intro to Pivotal Cloud Foundry & Steeltoe by Zach Brown15:22

    OSSAT 2017 - Intro to Pivotal Cloud Foundry & Steeltoe by Zach Brown

    A recent discussion of Steeltoe, Cloud Foundry, and cloud-native .NET from OSSAT 2017.

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  • There and Back Again: The BOSH Windows Story27:54

    There and Back Again: The BOSH Windows Story

    There and Back Again: The BOSH Windows Story [I] - Matthew Horan & Natalie Arellano, Pivotal Pivotal's Windows Experience team has been working hard to improve the Windows Operator Experience. Th

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  • Introducing Steeltoe RC1, A Microservices Toolkit for .NET

    Introducing Steeltoe RC1, A Microservices Toolkit for .NET

    Steeltoe, a new open source project, aims to ease microservices adoption for .NET developers, using the same NetflixOSS technology that is popular in the Java world. It is purpose-built to help...

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  • Running .Net Apps on Cloud Foundry: Windows vs. Core23:46

    Running .Net Apps on Cloud Foundry: Windows vs. Core

    Running .Net Apps on Cloud Foundry: Windows vs. Core - Zach Brown, Pivotal & Rita Zhang, Microsoft You’re an operator responsible for running tens or hundreds of .Net apps in production. Or maybe yo

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  • Real World Experiences: Cloud Foundry on Windows - Steven Benario & Matthew Horan, Pivotal29:14

    Real World Experiences: Cloud Foundry on Windows - Steven Benario & Matthew Horan, Pivotal

    Real World Experiences: Cloud Foundry on Windows - Steven Benario & Matthew Horan, Pivotal Interested in building or operating .NET applications on Cloud Foundry, but not sure whether your existing a

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  • Building .NET Microservices — Kevin Hoffmann1:02:18

    Building .NET Microservices — Kevin Hoffmann

    Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/Pivotal/building-net-microservices With the advent of ASP.NET Core, developers can now build cross-platform microservices in .NET. We can build services on the Mac,

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  • Immutable Infrastructure, Windows, and BOSH

    Immutable Infrastructure, Windows, and BOSH

    System administrators are rethinking their approach to manage large scale infrastructure. Previously, they spent an enormous amount of energy working to incrementally update machines and software....

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  • Always Be Shipping with Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.10: Go Fast, Go Secure, and Go .NET!

    Always Be Shipping with Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.10: Go Fast, Go Secure, and Go .NET!

    Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.10 helps you ship custom code quickly and safely. Highlights include distributed tracing, security, compliance, and automation tools for Windows Server administrators.

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  • Deploying your first .NET app on Cloud Foundry

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  • The Latest Pivotal Cloud Foundry Sets the Stage for .NET Microservices

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