|.NET Conf: A journey into .NET microservices with Steeltoe
The Steeltoe project aims to help you get the most out of the cloud, with very little code. By taking advantage of .NET Core's dependency injection and middleware pipeline, it gives developers instant best practices.
|Developing Locally for the Cloud
Your app is destined for the cloud, but it’s going to meet some challenges along the way.
|Ditch your domain joins and IWA in favor of single sign-on
Dependencies on domain joined hosts is quickly going out of style. Learn about some alternate options.
|.NET and Kubernetes: Bringing Legacy .NET Into the Modern World with Pivotal Container Services
A session at Spring One Platform 2019 all about legacy .NET and Windows containers.
|Using Windows Clusters on Kubernetes for Legacy .NET Applications Webinar
A step-by-step guide to bringing your .NET Framework apps to Kubernetes with little to no code change, in a Windows container.
|Learn Cloud-Native .NET Core Configuration Fundamentals with Steeltoe
A webinar about the fundamentals of .NET Core's configuration heirarchy and inner workings.
|Polyglot PAS Demo
Microsoft Build 2019 session about creating a polyglot application on Azure
|Q&A With Pivotal’s David Dieruf: How To Deliver Better Software with Greater Velocity
How do you empower your developers to move fast, solve real business problems, and have fun doing it?
|Simple Root Certificate Sharing for .NET Core Microservices With Steeltoe
Take the public key of the root CA that issued the backing service’s certificate, and load it in the certificate store of a .NET Core app running on Cloud Foundry.
|Run .NET Framework Apps on a Modern Platform with an SMB Network Share? Steeltoe Makes It Easy.
In this post, we’ll demonstrate how easy it is to implement 'net use' within a cloud-native .NET microservice.
|Steeltoe: Modernize .Net Apps for a Microservices Architecture
The fundamentals of bringing your .NET apps to the cloud with Steeltoe.
|Getting Ready to cf push? Great! Now, Think About These 5 Things Before You Write a Line of Code.
Here’s a quick summary of the most important things you should consider as you ramp up on Cloud Foundry.