Microsoft Ignite Australia is on the Gold Coast this year and SSW TV was there to catch all the action.
Adam Stephensen Interviews Namit T.S and Rahul Rai
In this interview, Rahul and Namit discuss the Micro Service Fabric.
The Service Fabric is a micro services offering from Microsoft that can run on-premise, in Azure or even on other cloud offerings like AWS. Even better, you know it works as it is used to power many of the Azure Serivces.
You can find out more by reading their book “Micro Services with Azure”.
About the speakers
Micro Service Fabric Guru's
Adam Stephensen is a Solution Architect at SSW with a decade of experience performing needs analysis, designing and building scaleable, database-driven, distributed enterprise solutions incorporating web and windows interfaces.
Rahul Rai currently works as a Technology Consultant at Readify with over eight years of work experience. He has been at the forefront of cloud consulting for businesses around the world. He has played the roles of developer, consultant, and architect for enterprises ranging from small start-ups to multinational corporations. He has worked for over five years with Microsoft Services, where he worked with several teams to deliver innovative solutions on Microsoft Azure.
Namit Tanasseri is a Senior Technology Consultant at Kloud Solutions with over eleven years of work experience. He started his career with Microsoft in 2005, as a Developer and was part of Microsoft Product team for five years. Namit joined Microsoft Services seeking a client facing role to gain better exposure to technology consulting. As a technology consultant with Microsoft Services (India), Namit served Microsoft Cloud Services practice for four years. Namit has actively contributed to the Microsoft cloud community apart from delivering best quality solutions.
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WARNING: some of these demos would be illegal if performed on-site!
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