Many organizations who have been using the .NET Framework may have a problem trying to reduce the cost of running applications such as servers, virtualization.
.NET is a programming framework created by Microsoft that developers can use to create applications more easily. These applications are then deployed into Windows Servers. But as application development shifts to cloud-native deployments, traditional Windows applications, especially .NET Framework, have transitioned, from data centers, to the cloud with the support of container technology.
OpenShift brings Windows applications to the container world without needing to rebuild. OpenShift Windows Containers provide an attractive means of application packaging and delivery because of their low overhead and greater portability. Instead of virtualizing the hardware and carrying forward multiple full stacks of software from the application to the operating system, Windows containers rest on top of a single Windows operating system instance.
On the other hand, if you are looking to modernize and re-architect your Windows applications, a new generation of .NET, .NET Core is available. It is a free, open-source, general-purpose development platform maintained by Microsoft. It is a cross-platform framework that runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems.
Join us in this session to learn more about how OpenShift handles these 2 types of workload and see them in action.
|.NET Core with Red Hat OpenShift|
|Demo : .NET Core with S2I/ CICD /webhook|
|.NET Framework with Red Hat OpenShift for Windows Container|
|Demo: .Net Framework to OCP|
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Date: Thursday, November 1, 2019
Time: XX:XX – XX:XX CET
(Registration opens 30 minutes earlier)
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