ASP.NET Core is a whole new world for ASP.NET developers because it opens the door to cross-platform development. However, it comes with a hefty price.
Not only does it takes some time before you get your head around it, even deployment is now quite different. So how can you bring ASP.NET Core application and DevOps under the same roof?
In this session you will learn how to deploy ASP.NET Core applications to on-premises IIS, Azure and Docker without compromising the DevOps experience when using tools like Octopus Deploy and Release Management.
What to expect from the session:
- Get the understanding of the ASP.NET Core fundamentals
- Learn how to deploy ASP.NET Core application using Octopus Deploy
- Learn how to deploy ASP.NET Core application using Release Management
- Learn how to deploy to a Linux Docker Container
About the speakers
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