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[Post Event] ITDays 2018

Last week I had the great opportunity to participate at ITDays conference. Whit more then 900 participates registered and 4 stages, ITDays become one of the most relevant conferences in Cluj-Napoca that takes place in the second part of the year.
There were a lot of topics and areas that were discussed, from automotive and blockchain to AR and SAP. These 2 days conference was at its 6th edition and is becoming bigger and bigger every year.

I delivered a session about Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS) and tips and tricks that we need to be aware of when we start this journey. I talked about important things that you need to know about scalability, load balancing, and tools around AKS.
You can find below the slides from my session.

Topic: Demystifying microservices inside Azure AKS
Abstract: The main purpose of this session is to put on the table things that we need to be aware of when we decide to run our .NET Core applications inside Azure Kubernetes Services. Microservices is powerful but comes with a new paradigm for how we need to design our applications and write our code. Join this session if you want to find more about it.
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