Totaljobs.com recently migrated their three highest-traffic .NET 4.6 apps (combined 45k hits/min) from a shared server to Windows containers. This talk covers the state of the infrastructure before we started and why we made the decisions we did (including the question “why not Linux”?).
It will cover the process of moving a .NET app into a Windows container and also how we do continuous deployment. I’ll also talk about some of the problems we ran into, including a Microsoft networking bug that’s got a fix coming out in June’s patch Tuesday.
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Colm Prunty is originally from Dublin, and has been living in London since 2011. He's been a .NET developer for seven years, after a stint in Japan trying to code C++ in a Japanese language Visual Studio 6. He's been at totaljobs for two years, and seems to have accidentally drifted somewhat into DevOps. He's online at http://colmprunty.com/ and on Twitter @ColmPrunty