Microservices with Azure Service Fabric
Kevin is an enthusiastic software engineer who is actively involved with community events. He runs dotnetsheff and casually speaks at user groups. Kevin has worked across a broad range of domains including: law, travel, finance and analytics. He is a keen contributer to open source projects.
We will start by establishing a common understanding of microservices and then go on to discuss how we can use Service Fabric to build a microservices system.
We will discuss where microservices grew from and what the main differences are from using a common-tiered architecture. With many software design choices there is no silver bullet so we will consider the pros and cons to decide if microservices is the right choice for you. We will then look closely at Azure Service Fabric and write and deploy 3 different types of services: stateless, stateful and actors.