In part 1 we built and ran our images locally and covered the docker-compose file and the docker build files. Now its time to look at moving everything to the cloud and getting it running almost for free!
A complete guide to writing, configuring and deploying a dockerized CRUD application to the Google Cloud Platform.
Skip over to part 2 if you just want help with the process of going live on GCP.
There is a lot to learn when deploying your first fully fledged application to the cloud using Docker. In fact, it can be overwhelming. How do you know where to start?
I recenly launched my blog and used it as an excuse to learn docker and have a play with GCP.
There were a few…
There are lots of great articles on design patterns; unfortunately many of them make them far more complicated than than they need to be.
My aim with this series is to demystify them, refresh my memory of a few and give some real world applications in a concise, code based and approachable way.
A pattern is an idea that has been useful in one practical context and will probably be useful in others.
The adapter pattern is used adapt one class to fit the signature of another. In the example below we have service expecting a Person object…
Recently we’ve been moving over to .NET Core for new projects at work. This has been fairly straightforward in most respects, though we have large number of NuGet packages which we use to share utilities, claims, API libraries and a variety of other components between our applications.
Given we want to avoid creating .NET Core versions of all of our libraries I decided to take a look at the story around creating packages which could target both our new .NET Core applications and .NET Standard libraries along with our legacy .NET Framework applications.
We’re going to learn about this by…
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