For some time now, Kubernetes has been to go-to option if you want to run microservice applications in the cloud. Learning Kubernetes is not a trivial task though, and even if you choose one of the managed Kubernetes services such as Azure Kubernetes Service, you still have to cover a lot of new knowledge. With Azure Container Apps, you can now leverage the power of Kubernetes without knowing any of the details. Just build and deploy your containerized application and pay for the resources that you use. Azure Container Apps natively support Dapr for additional functionality, and Keda for event-driven scaling. Come to this session and learn how to take an existing microservice application and deploy it to Azure Container Apps
Jakob has 20 years of experience with professional software development, and currently works at Active Solution, specializing in DevOps and cloud architecture. Jakob is a Microsoft Azure MVP (former ALM/DevOps MVP). He is a regular speaker at various conferences and user groups around the world, such as NDC, DevSum, CloudBrew, TechDays, WinOps, UpdateConf and SweTugg
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