CoreWCF is a port of the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) framework to the latest .NET version. The main goal of the CoreWCF project is to enable existing WCF services to be moved to .NET 7. In this post I’ll show you step by step how easy (or hard) is the process of migrating an existing .NET 4.7 WCF app to .NET 7 using the CoreWCF project.
Keeping your container registry free of stale or unwanted images is a task that often gets overlooked when beginning working with containers in the enterprise. In this post, I want to show you how you can use ACR Tasks to automate this process when working with Azure Container Registry.
A few months ago the built-in container support for the .NET SDK was announced. In this post I’ll put this feature to test, I’ll try to migrate from an application that contains a rather complex Dockerfile to a new version that has no Dockerfile and instead uses the container support feature.
How to deploy an Azure resource using Terraform when it is not available in the AzureRM official provider
This post is going to walk you through the options available when we want to create or update a service on Azure using Terraform, but it is not available on the AzureRM Terraform provider.
An AWS event indicates a change in a service, and in this post I want to show you how you can notify those events to a Microsoft Teams channel using AWS EventBridge and AWS Lambda.