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Installing and Configuring Azure Service Fabric on Your Development Machine

In my previous post I gave a brief introduction to Azure Service Fabric. This post in the series will focus on how to install Azure Service Fabric on your development machine. Prerequisites The easiest way to install Azure Service Fabric on your development machine is to use the Microsoft Web Platform Installer. The Microsoft Web

Microservices with Azure Service Fabric

During the past months, I’ve been looking at the different options for hosting applications built with a microservices architecture. It was during this research phase that I discovered Azure Service Fabric. This post will serve as an introductory post for a series of post on how to build applications using Azure Service Fabric. Options for Building

Getting started with RavenDB in Docker for Windows

RavenDB is a NoSQL database which can run on Windows, Linux, Mac OS and in Docker Containers. Running RavenDB inside a container on your developer machine enables you to have the latest version of the database available with minimal setup. RavenDB has a community license which you can get free of charge. The community license

Installing Docker on Windows and setup your first .Net Core website

Docker is the de facto standard for application containerisation. Application containerisation refers to when you run your applications within “containers” under a single operating system. This allows a system to run more apps versus if you had to run each app in its own operating system on a hyper-visor. This guide shows you how to