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Microservices have been a hot topic in .NET’s world since .NET Core. Everyone has heard of microservices, but not many have had the chance to build them. In this talk, Patrick will show how he has architected an enterprise solution with cloud-native services on Azure and using Ocelot to build the API gateway. You will also learn the pros and cons of alternatives such as Azure API management.

Learn from Patrick how valuable Ocelot is and see the ins and outs of building an API gateway and protect the services using Azure VNet.

Chapter Markers:

00:00 | Introduction

00:50 | Building Enterprise Microservices using Ocelot and Azure

01:28 | SSW Rewards

01:56 | Patrick Zhao

03:59 | Agenda

05:02 | What is Monolith?

10:41 | Monolith to Microservice

13:37 | Microservice

29:19 | API Gateway

31:25 | Ocelot

41:35 | Vnet

42:26 | Cross service communication

45:33 | Microservices on Azure

46:31 | Simple Microservices Architecture on Azure

47:56 | Demo: Microservice Solution

56:37 | Swagger

1:19:05 | End of Demo

1:19:29 | Summary

1:20:35 | References

1:21:23 | Got feedback for Patrick?

1:21:46 | Q&A time with Adam Cogan

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Patrick is a SSW Solution Architect who has an extensive experience in building enterprise applications for clients across different industies using best practise and modern tech stack. Patrick is also a keen scrum practitioner and outstanding team player.

He takes the initiative with well conducted research to propose solutions for any business requirements. Patrick is good at addressing business stakeholders and converting the high level business strategic vision and plan into actionable architecture design and backlog items.

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About the speakers

About the speakers

Patrick Zhao

Patrick is a SSW Solution Architect who has an extensive experience in building enterprise applications for clients across different industies using best practise and modern tech stack. Patrick is also a keen scrum practitioner and outstanding team player.
He takes the initiative with well conducted research to propose solutions for any business requirements. Patrick is good at addressing business stakeholders and converting the high level business strategic vision and plan into actionable architecture design and backlog items.

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