Rodrigo Díaz Concha

Rodrigo Díaz Concha

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I’m Rodrigo Díaz Concha, a Microsoft Regional Director living in Mexico City, Mexico.  I’m a Carnegie Mellon® Software Engineering Institute Certified Software Architecture Professional. For 9 consecutive years I have been recognized as a Microsoft MVP -currently in both Windows Development and Visual Studio Development and Technologies categories. In addition, I’m a Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster, MCT, MCSD, MCTS, MCPD and MCP I’m the founder of DevMasters a leading firm in software architecture, development and deep-dive .NET technologies.  I’m also the author of ”Aplicaciones de Negocio con Silverlight 5” (Business Applications with Silverlight 5), the very first book about Silverlight 5 in Spanish language and ”Xamarin.Forms en Acción: Aplicaciones de negocio” (Xamarin.Forms in action: Business applications), the very first book about Xamarin.Forms in Spanish language.  With more than 18 years of experience, I have architected international award-winner software solutions. Currently, I’m the lead Solutions Architect for several national and international private companies and government institutions. Also, I’m a frequent speaker at Microsoft and non-Microsoft events all over Latin America.

Session: Lifting and Shifting Legacy Web Services to Microservices in Azure Service Fabric

Let’s face it: not all companies and developers can afford to start a project from scratch just for the sake of adopting a new architecture, since there are millions of lines of code running today in production based on legacy technologies such as ASMX and WCF.  In the other hand, many companies will opt for a hybrid or on-premises scheme before jumping into the cloud! However, the only way to achieve business innovation is by modernizing your applications with technologies like containers and using cloud-ready application patterns.  As you might guess: this is not a straightforward process.

In this session, you will see how you can modernize your existing code and bring it to a more resilient, scalable, reliable, monitorable and mature platform like Azure Service Fabric.

Level: Intermediate

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