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.NET Microservices: Architecture for Containerized .NET Applications

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.NET Microservices: Architecture for Containerized .NET Applications
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Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Number of pages: 297

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This guide is an introduction to developing microservices-based applications and managing them using containers. It discusses architectural design and implementation approaches using .NET Core and Docker containers. To make it easier to get started with containers and microservices, the guide focuses on a reference containerized and microservice-based application that you can explore.

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