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Techorama Café February 2021 Powered by InfoSupport

Techorama Café February 2021 Powered by InfoSupport

On February 4th, we will host the next free Techorama Café as a virtual event. This Techorama Café is powered by our partner Infosupport. Registration is free but required and can be done here.


Dapr: An event-driven, portable runtime for building microservices on cloud and edge

18:30-19:15: Postponing architectural choices and start developing first with Dapr
19:30-19:40: Break
19:40-20:30: Advanced Dapr

Session 1: Postponing architectural choices and start developing first with Dapr
When starting a new project, we tend to make a lot of architectural choices when it comes to components like (relational) databases, service busses, and deployment models like cloud and/or on premises. Most of the choices will be based on past experiences and upfront assumptions. But are they part of the right solution to your current challenge?
When you discover it is not the right fit, are you still able to change your code to use the better tool? Or is it now too expensive to change?

What if we could postpone our choices and just can start developing the right solution first, and pick the right dependencies when we know which those are, or maybe even keep it open until it is time to launch.

Dapr is a distributed application runtime which promises us we can postpone our decisions until we know what the right decision is. In this session we will discover how that is possible.

Session 2: Advanced Dapr
In this session we'll go beyond the basics and talk about advanced topics such as rate limiting, access control, and integration with frameworks such as Azure Functions and Logic Apps. We assume that attendees already have a basic understanding of what Dapr is.