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March 27, 2024 6:00 PM

DigiTalk webinar: Implementing gRPC services in .NET

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With distributed applications becoming more and more common - in no small part thanks to the advent of microservices -, service to service communication has become an essential part of most IT systems we are developing and maintaining.

Arguably, the REST style of service design paired with Json for serialization became an industry standard, which is often the default choice for designing and implementing backend applications.gRPC emerged as an alternative solution for service communication, having certain benefits, such as improved performance and statically defined models. But also bringing challenges, utilizing a non human readable binary data format, and requiring HTTP/2.

In this session we'll see how gRPC services can be implemented in .NET, how the Protobuf contracts can be maintained in our solution, and some aspects we'll have to consider when deploying to a hosting environment.

The presentation will answer the following questions:

- How does gRPC work and how is it different from REST?

- How can gRPC services be developed with .NET?

- What to consider when deploying gRPC services to a hosting environment?

The presentation is for you, if

you are a .NET developer working on backend services.

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In this webinar we'll see how gRPC services can be implemented in .NET, how the Protobuf contracts can be maintained in our solution, and some aspects we'll have to consider when deploying to a hosting environment.

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Márk Vincze
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Márk Vincze is a Software Developer with over 10 years of experience, having worked in various areas and technologies, with extensive experience in using the Microsoft technology stack. He mainly focuses on ASP.NET Core development and Kubernetes, but he is also experienced in Golang, JavaScript and F# programming.

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Vincze Márk
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Travix

Vincze Márk szoftverfejlesztő a Travix nevű cégnél. Különböző területeken szerzett tapasztalatot mind kliens, mind szerver oldalon. Jelenlegi fókusza az ASP.NET Core fejlesztés és a Kubernetes, de emellett foglalkozik Golang, JavaScript és F# programozással is. Blogol a https://blog.markvincze.com oldalon, és elérhető Twitteren: https://twitter.com/mrkvincze.


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DigiTalk webinar: Implementing gRPC services in .NET

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Vincze Márk szoftverfejlesztő a Travix nevű cégnél. Különböző területeken szerzett tapasztalatot mind kliens, mind szerver oldalon. Jelenlegi fókusza az ASP.NET Core fejlesztés és a Kubernetes, de emellett foglalkozik Golang, JavaScript és F# programozással is. Blogol a https://blog.markvincze.com oldalon, és elérhető Twitteren: https://twitter.com/mrkvincze.


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Márk Vincze
Principal Software Developer

Márk Vincze is a Software Developer with over 10 years of experience, having worked in various areas and technologies, with extensive experience in using the Microsoft technology stack. He mainly focuses on ASP.NET Core development and Kubernetes, but he is also experienced in Golang, JavaScript and F# programming.

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With distributed applications becoming more and more common - in no small part thanks to the advent of microservices -, service to service communication has become an essential part of most IT systems we are developing and maintaining.

Arguably, the REST style of service design paired with Json for serialization became an industry standard, which is often the default choice for designing and implementing backend applications.gRPC emerged as an alternative solution for service communication, having certain benefits, such as improved performance and statically defined models. But also bringing challenges, utilizing a non human readable binary data format, and requiring HTTP/2.

In this session we'll see how gRPC services can be implemented in .NET, how the Protobuf contracts can be maintained in our solution, and some aspects we'll have to consider when deploying to a hosting environment.

The presentation will answer the following questions:

- How does gRPC work and how is it different from REST?

- How can gRPC services be developed with .NET?

- What to consider when deploying gRPC services to a hosting environment?

The presentation is for you, if

you are a .NET developer working on backend services.

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With distributed applications becoming more and more common - in no small part thanks to the advent of microservices -, service to service communication has become an essential part of most IT systems we are developing and maintaining.

Arguably, the REST style of service design paired with Json for serialization became an industry standard, which is often the default choice for designing and implementing backend applications.gRPC emerged as an alternative solution for service communication, having certain benefits, such as improved performance and statically defined models. But also bringing challenges, utilizing a non human readable binary data format, and requiring HTTP/2.

In this session we'll see how gRPC services can be implemented in .NET, how the Protobuf contracts can be maintained in our solution, and some aspects we'll have to consider when deploying to a hosting environment.

The presentation will answer the following questions:

- How does gRPC work and how is it different from REST?

- How can gRPC services be developed with .NET?

- What to consider when deploying gRPC services to a hosting environment?

The presentation is for you, if

you are a .NET developer working on backend services.

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Vincze Márk szoftverfejlesztő a Travix nevű cégnél. Különböző területeken szerzett tapasztalatot mind kliens, mind szerver oldalon. Jelenlegi fókusza az ASP.NET Core fejlesztés és a Kubernetes, de emellett foglalkozik Golang, JavaScript és F# programozással is. Blogol a https://blog.markvincze.com oldalon, és elérhető Twitteren: https://twitter.com/mrkvincze.


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