Andreas (aka Andi) Grabner and Brian Wilson are veterans of the digital performance world. Combined they have seen too many applications not scaling and performing up to expectations. With more rapid deployment models made possible through continuous delivery and a mentality shift sparked by DevOps they feel it’s time to share their stories. In each episode, they and their guests discuss different topics concerning performance, ranging from common performance problems for specific technology platforms to best practices in development, testing, deploying and monitoring software performance and user experience. Be prepared to learn a lot about metrics.
Andi & Brian both work at Dynatrace, where they get to witness more real world customer performance issues than they can TPS report at.
PurePerformance Cafes are short interviews with practitioners and thought leaders from around the globe. We found it a great way to get introduced to a new topic or just learn what others are doing in their day-to-day job to contribute to better quality and high performing software.
Why would I move to .NET Core? If I move, can I just recompile my .NET code with the new .NET Core and run it on Linux? Or is there more to it? What is .NET Core at all and what does it provide as compared to ASP.NET Core? Can I still monitor my .NET Applications the same way as in the past or is there a new approach for tracing and monitoring? And is it true that all of this is now available on GitHub as Open Source project?
Get answers to all these questions by listening to this episode where we got to talk with Christoph Neumueller @discostu105 and Gergely Kalapos @gregkalapos. Christoph and Gergely are two lead engineers for the Dynatrace .NET Agent technology. They are also code contributors to the .NET Open Source and other open source projects such as SuperDump. Also check out their blogs to learn more on .NET Core, ASP.NET Core and other .NET relevant performance topics.
And, if you’re a Dynatrace customer, make sure to up-vote the RFE to allow hot sensor placement for .net core.