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Microservices 102: Top Use Cases for Microservices in the Enterprise

This seminar offers real world examples of how microservices makes it possible for companies to build mission critical applications with separate service units and then connect them to speed development and boost stability for service delivery. You’ll see how DevOps teams that have moved from the traditional waterfall approach to microservices architecture have cut development time for new functions by as much as 75 percent.


Microservices 101: Everything You Wanted To Know About Microservices & APIs But Were Afraid to Ask!

Traditional monolithic applications consist of large executable programs that are complex and can be difficult to deploy and update. Find out how microservice applications, composed of many small independent services, enable organizations to deploy and update granular microservices individually via APIs without impacting the entire application.


Microservices & APIs Seminar: Implementing Microservices in Your Enterprise

Microservices are growing in popularity because the modular approach to building apps is better suited to today’s dynamic business needs than older programming methodologies with zillions of lines of code. Find out how microservices can speed application development and save time and money in today’s challenging business environment.


Sponsor Session: Security Patterns for Microservice Architectures

In this talk Matt Raible, Developer Advocacy Director at Okta, examines well-known and often-used security patterns in the world of microservices. Learn more.


What Blazor Can (and Can’t) Do for You

Join us and find out what open source Web application framework, Blazor WebAssembly, can do for you and what its limitations might be compared to other solutions. Learn more.

Duration: 1 hour


.NET Core: Top Reasons to Transition Now

The open source, cross-platform .NET Core has proven itself to be a winning release for Microsoft and for .NET developers. It's designed to work with containers, microservices architectures, IoT and many more project types targeting Windows, Linux or macOS. Join us for a walkthrough of exactly what .NET Core can offer you from the editors and experts of Visual Studio Magazine. Learn more.

Duration: 1 hour


Inside Visual Studio Code: What You Need To Know

Join this session and find out why the open source code editor, Visual Studio Code, from Microsoft has become the No. 1 development tool as reported by major surveys, plus all the features that you don’t want to miss. Read on.

Duration: 1 hour


The Future of Enterprise .NET Development Summit

Join this free half-day virtual summit and explore three of Microsoft’s hottest new development technologies (all open source!), including the cross-platform Visual Studio Code editor, the cross-platform .NET Core framework and the Web application framework that uses C#, Blazor. Learn more.

Duration: 3 hours


Forecasting with Facebook Prophet and a Time Series Database

Data collection is only half of the battle. The other half is being able to easily perform data analysis. In this webinar, we'll learn how to make a univariate time series prediction with Facebook Prophet and a time series database.


Three Pillars, Zero Answers: Rethinking Observability

Observability has never been more important: the complexity of microservices makes it harder and harder to answer basic questions about system behavior. Learn more.


Faster Innovation and Digital Transformation with a Time Series Database on Cloud Platforms

Cloud services is a fast-growing market and an attractive option for organizations. Learn more.


Why You Should NOT Be Using a Relational DB For Time-Stamped Data

In this webinar, Daniella Pontes of InfluxData, will review why you should use a Time Series Database (TSDB) for your important Times Series Data and not one of the traditional datastore you may have used in the past. Learn more!

Duration: 1hr


How to Retain Employees with a Growth-Focused Organization

15Five's Co-founder, Shane Metcalf, will show you how to create a growth-focused organization where the natural byproduct of working there is that every individual is continually developing and becoming the best version of themselves. Learn more.