Distributed Application Runtime - Dapr + Azure

Slovenian Advanced Containers

Dapr is an open source, portable, event-driven runtime that makes it easy for developers to build resilient, microservice, stateless and stateful applications that run on the cloud and edge. Dapr enables developers to focus on writing business logic and not solving distributed system challenges, thereby significantly improving their productivity, and reducing development time. In this session we will go through Dapr runtime, how it works, what are the benefits and what challenges it solves with practical examples and integrations with popular services like Azure Kubernetes Service.



Bojan Vrhovnik

Cloud Solution Architect

Bojan Vrhovnik je zaposlen pri Microsoft Slovenija kot strokovnjak za rešitve v oblaku Microsoft Azure. Njegovo delo obsega reševanje tehničnih zapletov pri partnerskih podjetjih, priprava primerov uporabe za realne scenarije in predavanje o uporabi tehnologije v praksi. Trenutno se ukvarja z .NET Core, Azure Web Apps, Azure Functions, Linux, Azure Search, Kubernetes in Azure DevOps. Preden se je pridružil ekipi Microsoft Slovenija, je delal kot razvijalec v različnih večjih slovenskih podjetjih. Piše spletni dnevnik na naslovu https://beyondlocalhost.tech in sodeluje v debatah na spletni platformi Twitter. V prostem času se ukvarja z funkcionalno vadbo in sprehodi z družino v naravi.

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