Speaker

Edwin van Wijk

Edwin van Wijk

Principal Solution Architect at Info Support & Microsoft MVP

Principal Solution Architect bij Info Support & Microsoft MVP

Zutphen, Netherlands

Edwin has been working in IT since 1999 and is currently working as Principal Solution Architect and Microsoft Community Lead at Info Support in The Netherlands. He is a Microsoft MVP in the Developer Technologies category (since 2016). His primary areas of expertise are: building distributed systems, systems integration, (cloud-native) software architecture and patterns, software craftsmanship, .NET (Core) development, Azure and DevOps. Edwin likes to share his experience and knowledge about these subjects by training people, publishing videos (www.youtube.com/dotnetflix) and speaking at conferences.

Edwin is sinds 1999 werkzaam in de IT en werk op dit moment als Principal Solution Architect en Microsoft Community Lead bij Info Support in Nederland. Hij is sinds 2016 een Microsoft MVP in de Developer Technologies categorie. Zijn primaire expertisegebieden zijn: het bouwen van gedistribueerde systemen, systeemintegratie, (cloud-native) software architectuur en patterns, software craftsmanship, .NET (Core) development, Azure en DevOps. Edwin deelt zijn kennis en ervaring over deze onderwerpen graag middels het geven van trainingen, het publiceren van video's (www.youtube.com/dotnetflix) en het spreken op conferenties.

Awards

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology

Topics

  • distributed systems
  • systems integration
  • cloud-native software architecture
  • architecture patterns
  • .NET (Core) development
  • Microsoft Azure
  • devops
  • microservices
  • C#

Get up to speed with Dapr

Dapr provides a set of powerful building blocks to make our developer lives easier when building distributed applications. With features like service location, state management and pub/sub, Dapr solves common distributed system problems so you can focus on implementing business logic.

In this session, we'll show you how you can leverage the latest Dapr features in real-world scenarios to significantly reduce the complexity involved in building microservices.

Attendees should have a basic understanding of Dapr.

Attendees should have a basic understanding of Dapr.

Building an application integration platform on Microsoft Azure

In this session, I will show you how you can combine several Azure services to build an application integration platform. Azure services addressed are: API Management, Logic Apps, Functions, AKS and Service Bus. The platform also provides a BPM capability implemented using Camunda. The content of the session is based on experiences and lessons learned during the implementation of an integration platform for a bank that actually runs in production today.

Dapr workshop: build microservice applications the easy way

Dapr is an open source, event-driven, portable runtime for building microservices. It provides powerful building blocks to make it easy for developers to build resilient microservice applications using a variety of languages and frameworks.

In this session you will get an introduction of Dapr and the Dapr building blocks. After that, you will learn how to apply Dapr yourself in a sample application during the hands-on part of the workshop.

The workshop features step-by-step instructions so you can work on this at your own pace. During the workshop you will get hands-on experience with the following Dapr building blocks: service invocation, state management, pub/sub, bindings and secret management.

Advanced Dapr

Dapr is an open source, event-driven, portable runtime for building microservices. It provides powerful building blocks to make it easy for developers to build resilient microservice applications using a variety of languages and frameworks.

In this session we'll go beyond the basics and talk about advanced topics such as security and access control, rate limiting and integration with frameworks such as Azure API Management and Logic Apps. We assume that attendees already have a basic understanding of what Dapr is.

Dapr: build microservice applications the easy way

Dapr is an open source, event-driven, portable runtime for building microservices. It provides powerful building blocks to make it easy for developers to build resilient microservice applications using a variety of languages and frameworks.
In this session we'll introduce the Dapr building blocks and show how they can be applied in a .NET microservices application. You'll learn about both the benefits and the limitations of using Dapr.

How to build resilient Microservices with .NET Core and Docker

Learn how to leverage ASP.NET Core and Docker to build a resilient microservices based application. The session starts off with a short introduction of .NET Core and Docker and an explanation why .NET Core and Docker is a match made in heaven. After that it's all demos and code. The topics covered during the session are: microservices architecture, event-driven architecture, CQRS pattern, eventual consistency, resiliency using Polly and development and deployment using Docker containers. The emphasis for this session is on the software-architecture and the code!

The source-code and an elaborate description of how to run the demonstrated solution locally is available on Github and will be shared with the audience.

Build scalable and resilient systems with Akka.NET

The Actor Model programming paradigm for building highly concurrent systems was defined back in the seventies. In this session attendees will learn about Akka.NET, a modern open-source framework that can be used to build highly concurrent systems based on the Actor Model programming paradigm. The session introduces the Actor Model concepts and an overview of the Akka.NET framework. This will be followed by a deep dive into the code of a concurrent application built using Akka.NET.

How to get a grip on your microservices system using a service-mesh

Many organizations are now building microservices based systems. But with the adoption of this architecture-style, the need arises for a good way to manage and monitor all the services and their traffic. To handle this, you can leverage what is called a service-mesh.

In this session attendees will learn what a service-mesh is and how to implement one for a microservices based system using Kubernetes and Istio. Topics covered are: intelligent traffic-routing, canary releasing, testing resiliency using chaos-engineering and monitoring using several available telemetry dashboards.

It's a very practical session with lots of demos and deep-dives into code and configuration. All the code shown in de demos (including an elaborate description on how to run the demo application) is available for attendees on Github.

How to build IoT solutions using Azure IoT Edge

Azure IoT Edge is a service that enables you to build distributed IoT solutions that leverage "edge" devices. The IoT Edge run-time uses the power of containerization with Docker to run Machine Learning jobs, Stream Analytics jobs, Azure functions or custom code on edge devices like a PC, a Raspberry Pi, a robot or a drone. The first part of the session handles device management and deploying modules to your device from the IoT Hub. The second part will focus on how to build your own IoT Edge modules using Visual Studio Code.

For this session I need 2 solid internet connections. One can be WiFi but one needs to be UTP cable!

Building high-performance event-driven systems with NATS

NATS is an open-source messaging system aimed at high performance and availability. This session is all about NATS and NATS Streaming (a streaming server built on top of NATS). I will talk about the design philosophy behind NATS and why it differs from traditional message-brokers like for instance RabbitMQ. I will also walk you through the features it offers and finally I'll show you how to leverage NATS as the messaging infrastructure for event-driven systems. I do this by demonstrating this in a working microservices based .NET Core 3.0 application. Come to this session if you want to learn about NATS and NATS Streaming, when to use them (and when not to) and how to use them with .NET Core and C#.

Lessons learned implementing CQRS, DDD and Event Sourcing in .NET

Over the last couple of years, I have been hired as the software-architect for several development teams with the assignment to build a new cloud-native and event-driven system based on a microservices architecture. .NET was selected as the primary development stack and this turned out to be a great choice. Most systems are still running in production today and fulfill the functional and non-functional requirements that were defined for the them.

The session will give an insight into the way .NET was used for implementing DDD, the CQRS pattern and Event Sourcing for storing state. It will cover the rationale behind the choices made and the lessons learned while designing and building this system. The session will cover both concepts as well as code.

Update Conference Prague 2022

November 2022 Prague, Czechia

dotnetdays

October 2022 Ia┼či, Romania

Techorama Netherlands 2022

October 2022 Utrecht, Netherlands

DOTNED SATURDAY 2022

May 2022 Hilversum, Netherlands

DevSum 2022

May 2022 Stockholm, Sweden

TheCloudFirst

March 2021

NDC London 2021

January 2021 London, United Kingdom

DOTNED SATURDAY 2020

January 2020 Veenendaal, Netherlands

Update Conference Prague 2019

November 2019 Prague, Czechia

Techorama Netherlands 2019

October 2019 Ede, Netherlands

DevSum 2019

Building IoT solutions using Azure IoT Edge

May 2019 Stockholm, Sweden

Techorama Belgium 2019

May 2019 Antwerpen, Belgium

Azure Saturday Berlin

February 2019 Berlin, Germany

Update Conference Prague 2018

November 2018 Prague, Czechia

Techorama NL 2018

October 2018 Ede, Netherlands

Edwin van Wijk

Principal Solution Architect at Info Support & Microsoft MVP

Zutphen, Netherlands