In anticipation of the awaited .NET 8 LTS release, Richard Lander —Program Manager for the .NET open-source platform— takes the stage to present how Microsoft and Canonical have worked and innovated together to elevate security standards, while migrating .NET applications to containerised infrastructure.
This talk will showcase the inception of chiselled Ubuntu containers, specifically designed for .NET, their impact on the software supply chain, and how they can help you move to production with confidence.
From beginners to the more advanced technical audience, this session offers a comprehensive understanding of robust container security practices without compromising on development experience, efficiency and flexibility, with the example of .NET applications on Ubuntu OCI containers.
Session author's bio
Principal Program Manager for .NET Core at Microsoft, Richard Lander is a leading figure of the .NET community. With a strong track record in open source and a deep-seated commitment to community engagement, Richard is a seasoned expert of the .NET platform and a champion of the arm architecture. He’s been an outstanding contributor in making .NET thrive on Linux and containers, relentlessly pushing for innovation and more collaboration.
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