There are a ton of managed Kubernetes services available to run your ASP.NET Core application. If you want to run k8s locally you can spin up a whole cluster manually. Another solution is to use minikube.
CQRS and Event Sourcing have been there for a while now but especially in 2017 and the first months of 2018 we can see a rapid growth of inquires for CQRS based applications - why is this?
On my MacBook Pro I want to access a web application (SPA/PWA) and an API both running in Docker containers behind another nginx Docker container (reverse proxy managing SSL) from an iOS device. The easiest solution I've found is to use dnsmasq running in a Docker container.
Since version 58, Chrome requires SSL certificates to use SAN (Subject Alternative Name) instead of the popular Common Name (CN), thus CN support has been removed. If you're using self signed certificates (but not only!) having only CN defined, you get an error like this when calling a website using the self signed certificate
Azure Resource Manager allows you to deploy, manage, and monitor all of the resources for your solution as a group, rather than handling these resources individually. I'll explain how you can use it in CI environments.