The Business Case and Power Behind Akka.NET and Akka.Cluster
On Monday, September 26th at 8:00am PDT Petabridge will be hosting a free webinar entitled “Introduction to Distributed Systems with Akka.NET with Akka.Cluster“ - the goal of which is to help educate developers, architects, and technology executives on how these technologies can be used to build highly available, distributed systems.
We’ve never hosted a live webinar on the subject before and it’s a regularly requested topic - and if this one is popular we’ll definitely do another in the future on Akka.Cluster and other areas such as Akka.Persistence, Akka.NET DevOps, and so forth.
What We’ll Cover
This presentation is 90 minutes long and will be focused on the architectural concepts and possibilities that Akka.Cluster creates. Specifically:
- Why businesses are adopting Akka.Cluster and why this technology is desperately needed;
- How distributed systems are designed using Akka.NET actors and message-based systems;
- What Akka.Cluster does to make this easy; and
- How Akka.Cluster synergizes with modern deployment environments, such as Windows Azure Resource Manager, Azure Service Fabric, * Kubernetes, Apache Mesos, and so forth.
Seating is limited. We still have some room available, so please register now: click here to register.
We’ll be taking questions from the audience at the end of the presentation too!
N.B. the material we’re presenting in this webinar does have some overlap with our Akka.Cluster training, but is mostly new material. If you’ve attended our Akka.Cluster training in the past you will still get value out of this talk.
In Case You Can’t Attend
If you aren’t able to attend due to timezones or conflicts, go ahead and register anyway - we’ll send you a recording later the same day.
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