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Jul 1, 2024

Mitch is a Principal Software Engineer on the .NET Cloud team working on .NET Aspire and ASP.NET Core. Previously Mitch has worked on Azure services, the Azure SDK, and Azure DevOps.


Topics of Discussion:

[2:46] Mitch’s career journey in the Microsoft ecosystem.

[5:46] What makes it .NET Aspire vs. .NET8?

[6:16] .NET Aspire focuses on seamless integration between app components.

[8:18] Making sure the core of Aspire is cloud-agnostic.

[10:48] Developer control plane.

[11:40] How Aspire simplifies cross processes.

[14:36] Using Aspire to manage dependencies in microservices applications.

[18:18] Automating deployments with Azure DevOps and easy mode for .NET Aspire.

[30:27] Securing container deployments.

[34:39] Using Azure DevOps for cloud deployment and configuration management.

[37:33] What are the best resources for people to dig in?

[40:03] Azure subscriptions inside Microsoft.

[43:43] They are only just getting started with Aspire, and with .NET 9 coming out in November.


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