Which OS to use with .Net Containers

Given the diversity of operating systems supported by Docker and the differences between .NET Framework and .NET Core, you should target a specific OS and specific versions depending on the framework you are using. For Windows, you can use Windows Server Core or Windows Nano Server. These Windows versions provide different characteristics (IIS in Windows

.Net Core OR .Net Framework for Dockers

There are two supported frameworks for building server-side containerized Docker applications with .NET; .NET Framework and .NET Core. They share many.NET platform components, and you can share code across the two. However, there are fundamental differences between them, and which framework you use will depend on what you want to accomplish. This section provides guidance

DevOps – What you need to Know about Continuous Delivery

I​n the past, solution delivery was oriented around the waterfall model. Development and delivery of applications was typically divided into many separate steps, such as gathering requirements, writing code, packaging, performing tests, installing the software, etc. Each step was typically owned by one team, which was responsible for only that part of the process, ignoring

WPC 2016 – Day 2

Day 2 at WPC was exciting and fun due to some cool stuff Microsoft shared with us. I had a hard time getting up in the morning and was able to make it just before the session started but again at our booth #234 🙂 watched it live once again. Below are my notes on

Keynote from Satya at WPC 2016

​​Yes i know its still going on and a lot needs to be learned as Microsoft Partners mingle around to discuss the challenges, offerings, partnerships and never ending race of teasing each other with cool solutions. While some of my colleagues were present at the Keynote – i was sitting at our booth and watching