Radius is an open-source framework that enables developers and operators to build, deploy and operate on cloud native applications across public and private clouds. In this session, I'll talk about why developers and operators might want to use Radius when building cloud-native applications, go into the architecture of Radius, compare it other common tools and frameworks for managing cloud native apps, and show how you can build cloud-native applications using Radius through live demos. By the end of this session, you'll have an understanding of what Radius is, how you can use it to build and manage your cloud native apps, and understand how it differs from other cloud-native tools and frameworks.
Will is a Lead Software Engineer at Azenix, where he helps customers build reliable and resilient applications using Microsoft Azure, and loves using serverless and container technologies. Will has extensive experience in software development, building solutions in the financial, health and agricultural industries. Will has also been a Microsoft MVP and part of the Fast Track for Azure team during his time at Microsoft. Will regularly speaks at conferences, user groups and developer events around the world. When he is away from his keyboard, you'll find him hiking around the countryside
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