Multi-Tenant Architecture for .NET Web APIs

Some applications aren’t a good fit for NoSQL. If you’re doing a large-scale .NET project that is a better fit for relational databases like SQL Server, how do you set it up to scale well?

In the session, I’ll recount some of the useful lessons I’ve learned building highly scalable .NET APIs that are built using traditional relational databases. We’ll discuss multi-tenancy, shared databases, shared data, microservices, and CQRS, among other useful design patterns, architectures, and tools.

Jonathan "J." Tower

Partner & Principal Consultant, Trailhead Technology Partners

Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States


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