.NET on AWS

Build, deploy, and develop .NET applications on AWS

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Build and deploy containerized .NET apps on AWS

Learn about the development capabilities of the CDK for the Kubernetes framework, also known as cdk8s. Explore the AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) framework to provision infrastructure through AWS CloudFormation.

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Why customers are moving from .NET Framework to .NET Core on AWS

Join AWS customers that trust us to run modern .NET applications in the AWS Cloud. 


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Supporting development of Core WCF

Learn about AWS’s contribution to the Core Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) project.


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.NET developers

  • Norm Johanson
  • Julie Lerman
  • Josh Hurley
  • Norm Johanson
  • Norm Johanson
    “I have the fun job of having all of AWS to play with and building .NET SDK and Tools for AWS. With 10 years done I'm still excited for the future of .NET and AWS.”
    Norm Johanson, .NET Lead Engineer, AWS
  • Julie Lerman
  • Julie Lerman
    “Amazon's investment in the .NET Foundation and support for .NET developers is broad-minded. Being able to take all of my skills and investment in .NET development and the related IDEs and use them on AWS is valuable.”
    Julie Lerman, .NET Community Leader and Pluralsight Author
  • Josh Hurley
  • Josh Hurley
    “AWS is the only major cloud provider that enables .NET 5 an ARM64 architecture option today. Amazon EC2 instances running AWS Graviton2 provide up to 40 percent better price performance over comparable current generation x86-based instances."
    Josh Hurley, .NET Developer Advocate, AWS

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