Quickly Deploy .NET Game on Power & x86 From the Same Source

Learn how to deploy a simple arcade-style game written for x86 with .NET using source code shared on GitHub. The same source code is used to deploy on Power with OpenShift, and Fedora on x86. Full guided instructions are provided. Deploy .NET game on Power Deploy .NET game on x86 Deploy on Power – GUI… Continue reading Quickly Deploy .NET Game on Power & x86 From the Same Source

Quickly Deploy .NET Web Messaging Application

Learn how to deploy a simple browser-based web message application written for x86 with ASP.NET Core and SignalR library using source code shared on GitHub. The same source code is used to deploy on Power with OpenShift, and Fedora on x86. Full guided instructions are provided. Deploy .NET Message App on Power – GUI Deploy… Continue reading Quickly Deploy .NET Web Messaging Application

Bringing .Net to Life with Power Systems – Webinar

The webinar recording and presentation are now available below. Join Paul Chapman, Janani Janakiraman, Ulrich Weigand,¬†and special guests from Red Hat and SKM to learn how .NET support for Linux on Power went from requirement to realization. During this 1 hour live webinar, our expert panellists will show you how this milestone announcement can simplify… Continue reading Bringing .Net to Life with Power Systems – Webinar

.Net 7 is now supported on IBM Power Systems

What’s changed? IBM Open Source and Ecosystem Developers ported .Net 7 for IBM Power Systems and shared the code with Red Hat to productise for support. Read about it from IBM Dev blog here .Net 7 using the Mono runtime is quite different from the Mono project that has been around for many years. Mono… Continue reading .Net 7 is now supported on IBM Power Systems

Bringing .Net To Life With OpenShift & Power Systems Demonstration

I demonstrate deploying a .Net 7 application using ASP.NET Core with SignalR library on IBM Power Systems with OpenShift. I created this demonstration as an Italian ISV required ASP.Net with SignalR support to port their application to IBM Power Systems. I created the application on my x86 laptop using Visual Studio. The project is stored… Continue reading Bringing .Net To Life With OpenShift & Power Systems Demonstration