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Developing on AWS with C#

A Comprehensive Guide on Using C# to Build Solutions on the AWS Platform

Paperback Engels 2022 9781492095873
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Many organizations today have begun to modernize their Windows workloads to take full advantage of cloud economics. If you're a C# developer at one of these companies, you need options for rehosting, replatforming, and refactoring your existing .NET Framework applications. This practical book guides you through the process of converting your monolithic application to microservices on AWS.

Authors Noah Gift, founder of Pragmatic AI Labs, and James Charlesworth, engineering manager at Pendo, take you through the depth and breadth of .NET tools on AWS. You'll examine modernization techniques and pathways for incorporating Linux and Windows containers and serverless architecture to build, maintain, and scale modern .NET apps on AWS. With this book, you'll learn how to make your applications more modern, resilient, and cost-effective.

- Get started building solutions with C# on AWS
- Learn DevOps best practices for AWS
- Explore the development tools and services that AWS provides
- Successfully migrate a legacy .NET application to AWS
- Develop serverless .NET microservices on AWS
- Containerize your .NET applications and move into the cloud
- Monitor and test your AWS .NET applications
- Build cloud native solutions that combine the best of the .NET platform and AWS


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Over Noah Gift

Noah Gift is lecturer and consultant at UC Davis Graduate School of Management in the MSBA program. Professionally, Noah has approximately 20 years’ experience programming in Python and is a member of the Python Software Foundation. He has worked for a variety of companies in roles ranging from CTO, general manager, consulting CTO, and cloud architect. Currently, he is consulting start-ups and other companies on machine learning and cloud architecture, and is doing CTO-level consulting via Noah Gift Consulting. He has published close to 100 technical publications including two books on subjects ranging from cloud machine learning to DevOps. He is also a certified AWS Solutions Architect. Noah has an MBA from University of California, Davis; an MS in computer information systems from California State University, Los Angeles; and a BS in nutritional science from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. You can find more about Noah by following him on Github (https://github.com/noahgift/), visiting http://noahgift.com, or connecting with him on https://www.linkedin.com/in/noahgift/.

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1. Getting Started with .NET on AWS
What Is Cloud Computing?
Types of Cloud Computing
Getting Started with AWS
Using the AWS Management Console
Utilizing the AWS Communities and Documentation
Using the AWS Command Line Interface
Using Visual Studio with AWS and AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio
Getting Started with the AWS SDK
Critical Thinking Discussion Questions
Challenge Exercises

2. AWS Core Services
AWS Storage
Developing with S3 Storage
Developing with EBS Storage
Using Network Storage: EFS and FSx
Using AWS Compute Core Services
Comparison of AWS Compute Core Services
Using EC2
Using EC2 Pricing Options
Security Best Practices for AWS
Encryption at Rest and Transit
PLP (Principle of Least Privilege)
Using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
Developing NoSQL Solutions with DynamoDB
Build a Sample C# DynamoDB Console App
Amazon Relational Database Service
Fully Managed Databases with Amazon Aurora Serverless v2
Critical Thinking Discussion Questions

3. Migrating a Legacy .NET Framework Application to AWS
Choosing a Migration Path
Choosing a Strategy
AWS Migration Hub Strategy Recommendations
Rehosting on AWS
Application Migration Service (MGN)
Elastic Beanstalk
Replatforming via Containerization
Rearchitecting: Moving to .NET (Core)
Microsoft .NET Upgrade Assistant
AWS Porting Assistant
Critical Thinking Discussion Questions

4. Modernizing .NET Applications to Serverless
A Serverless Web Server
Choosing Serverless Components for .NET on AWS
Developing with AWS Lambda and C#
Developing with AWS Step Functions
Developing with SQS and SNS
Developing Event-Driven Systems with AWS Triggers
Serverless Application Model (SAM)
Critical Thinking Discussion Questions

5. Containerization of .NET
Introduction to Containers
Introduction to Docker
Docker Ecosystem
Containers Versus Virtual Machines?
Developing with AWS Container Compatible Services
Using AWS Container Services for .NET with Cloud9
Containerized .NET 6 API
Containerize the Project
Amazon Elastic Container Registry
App Runner
Managed Container Services with Amazon ECS
Critical Thinking Discussion Questions

6. DevOps
Getting Started with DevOps on AWS
What Are the Principles Behind DevOps?
AWS DevOps Best Practices
Developing with CI/CD on AWS
AWS Code Deploy Services
Integrating Third-Party Build Servers
Integration with Partner Products
Developing with IaC on AWS
Working with AWS CDK in C#
Critical Thinking Discussion Questions

7. Logging, Monitoring, and Instrumentation for .NET
AWS CloudWatch
Collecting CloudWatch Logs
Monitoring with CloudWatch Dashboards
Distributed Tracing with X-Ray
Setting Up X-Ray Using the SDK for .NET
X-Ray Service Map
OpenTelemetry and App Runner
Resource Health and Synthetics Canaries
Using AWS CloudTrail for Security Auditing
Practical Example: A CloudWatch Circuit Breaker
What Could Go Wrong?
Breaking the Circuit
Resetting the Tripped State
Critical Thinking Discussion Questions

8. Developing with AWS C# SDK
Using AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio In Depth
Configuring Visual Studio for AWS Toolkit
Project Templates from AWS
Publishing to AWS from Visual Studio
AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio Code
AWS Toolkit for Rider
Key SDK Features
Authentication in the AWS .NET SDK
Dependency Injection with the AWS SDK
Retries and Timeouts
Using AWS AI Services
AWS Comprehend
AWS Rekognition
Critical Thinking Discussion Questions

A. Benchmarking AWS
B. Getting Started with .NET
Hello World in GitHub Codespaces for C#
Hello World in GitHub Codespaces for F#

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