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Google Cloud Platform has multiple ways of running container workloads. Two of the simplest to manage are AppEngine Flexible Environment and Google Container Engine.
In the Bad Old Days pre-.NET Core, this wouldn't have been much interest to .NET developers - but ASP.NET Core runs beautifully in these environments. In this talk, you will explore how you can get started deploying your first ASP.NET Core application straight to Google Cloud Platform from Visual Studio, look at some of the tooling and APIs available, and compare the two environments.
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Google Cloud Platform containers and ASP.NET Core: A Wonderful Combination
Jon Skeet is a Senior Software Engineer at Google, working out of the London office (and his shed). By day, he works on making Google Cloud Platform an awesome environment for C# developers, focusing on client libraries for Google APIs. By night, he maintains the Noda Time date/time library for .NET and writes about C#. On days containing a "y" in their name, he trawls Stack Overflow for interesting C# and Java questions.