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

October 8, 2016
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 you're a developer who loves .Net. You’ve heard that Diego introduced support for running .Net apps on a Windows stack, but you also know that there’s a buildpack that supports .Net Core apps running on Linux. What is the best way to run your .Net apps on Cloud Foundry? In this talk we’ll share our experience pushing and running a .Net application to a Diego cell running Windows 2012 r2, as well as pushing and running the same application on Linux using the community ASP.Net 5 buildpack.
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