Running a real world, mission-critical system on Azure

Deploying a single container to the Azure cloud is easy; running a mission-critical system is not. To run your ever-changing software reliably, you’ll need to think ahead about a range of things. For example, controlled deployment and testing of not only software but infrastructure as well. How can you use redundancy and cut dependencies to make both infrastructure and software resilient to failure? What do you do to monitor system health?

In this talk ‘from-the-trenches’, I’ll show you what you need to know, using Docker, Azure Kubernetes Service, Azure SQL, useful design patterns, and more. I’ll explain how we chose to do it, what went wrong and how we fixed it.

Notes and comments
This session was delivered at DevSum Sweden recently, and will be delivered at KCDC later this year. It has been completely revamped, to feature modern technologies like AKS, Dapr and Blazor WASM. Based on a real life project.

What will visitors learn ?
1. Not every part of the system is mission-critical
2. Using clever design patterns increases uptime
3. Monitoring and alerts are crucial to the system

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