Using .NET in Cloud

Using .NET in Cloud

Using .NET in Cloud

For cloud development, Dot NET can be an obvious choice, thanks to its easy tie-ins to Microsoft's Azure cloud platform. Microsoft considers. Dot NET to be an open source option, and it has cross-platform support for choices other than Azure. But for developers looking to create for the internet of things (IoT) and the cloud, Dot NET is an easy starting point.

When it comes to modern application development, developers and testers need to understand the strengths and challenges in the. Dot NET platform. 

Cloud and  Dot NET: How do they work together?

Launched on Feb. 13, 2002, just four months after the October 2001 debut of Windows XP, Dot NET and its Visual Studio application development environment was designed in and for the era of desktop and web-based applications. The cloud, smart mobile devices, wearables, and app stores were still years away.

Microsoft is not about to let cloud and mobile computing render it's venerable Dot NET platform obsolete. 

Cloud Provides common library called the  Dot NET Standard, which will allow the large ecosystem of library authors to write once and have their libraries run anywhere. This will keep  Dot NET growing because it will be easy for the developer community to bring their existing libraries to more platforms.

.NET Core is a great platform to build cloud-scale apps and services on any cloud. But if you're targeting Azure, They make this experience even better. .NET has first-class support in Azure in Web Apps, WebJobs, Cloud Services and VMs, as well as the new Azure Functions, which allows you to process events with serverless code architecture. And the Azure SDK for Dot NET provides well-integrated tools for Visual Studio for simplified development, debugging and deployment.