Meet the latest addition to Microsoft’s serverless offering – Azure Container Apps (ACA). Leverage scaling, resilience, and self-healing capabilities offered by Kubernetes without having the burden to manage and master Kubernetes itself. That’s the mission statement from Microsoft when it comes to ACA. But how does the new serverless runtime for containerized architectures work? What does it offer and what does not? And will developers be able to focus just on solving business requirements instead of taming the cloud infrastructure? Join this talk by Azure MVP and cloud-native enthusiast Thorsten Hans and get your questions answered.
Thorsten works as a consultant at Thinktecture AG in Germany. He’s engaged in the design and implementation of Cloud-Native Applications based on Kubernetes, teaching and coaching enterprise developers to craft modern business applications for all different platforms. He shares many of his experiments and experiences on his blog at https://thorsten-hans.com. Because of his strong community contributions, Thorsten has been repeatedly awarded as Azure MVP by Microsoft.
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