ASP.NET on OpenShift: Getting started in ASP.NET

ASP.NET on OpenShift: Getting started in ASP.NET

In parts 1 & 2 of this tutorial, I’ll be going over getting started quickly by using templates in Visual Studio Community 2015. This means that it’ll be for Windows in this part. However, I’ll go more in-depth with doing everything without templates in Visual Studio Code in a following tutorial, which will be applicable to Linux or Mac as well as Windows. If you’re not using Windows, you can still follow along in parts 1 & 2 to get a general idea of how to create a REST endpoint in .NET Core.

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OpenShift Commons Briefing #66: Microservices, .NET Core 1.1, and Kubernetes on OpenShift

OpenShift Commons Briefing #66: Microservices, .NET Core 1.1, and Kubernetes on OpenShift

In this briefing, Red Hat’s Todd Mancini, Senior Principal Product Manager and Don Schenck, Developer Advocate for .NET on Linux discussed some of the new application development highlights in Microsoft’s .NET Core 1.1:

• Over 1,300 new APIs since .NET Core 1.0.
• .NET Core 1.1 docker images from Red Hat’s container registry.
• Safe side-by-side installation with .NET Core 1.0.
• Performance improvements

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The Power of Open Source… Microsoft .NET and OpenShift

The Power of Open Source... Microsoft .NET and OpenShift

Red Hat and Microsoft just made a game-changing announcement. Having personally worked with Linux since the early nineties, this is a time that seemed inconceivable at any point. In fact, a little over 18 months ago, we started adding Microsoft .NET capabilities to OpenShift Origin, and received a lot of interest from community members, customers and partners for a commercially available solution around this effort. We were never able to natively pull everything together to provide the support and enterprise quality that customers require from Red Hat – until now.

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