Cómo desarrollar, construir e implementar microservicios Node.js con Pulumi y Azure DevOps

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    El masterclass ofrece una perspectiva práctica de los principios clave necesarios para desarrollar, construir y mantener un conjunto de microservicios en el stack Node.js. Cubre los detalles específicos de la creación de servicios TypeScript aislados utilizando el enfoque de monorepo con lerna y yarn workspaces. El masterclass incluye una descripción general y un ejercicio en vivo para crear un entorno en la nube con el framework Pulumi y los servicios de Azure. Las sesiones están dirigidas a los mejores desarrolladores que deseen aprender y practicar técnicas de construcción e implementación utilizando el stack Azure y Pulumi para Node.js.

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    12 Apr, 2022
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