Really exiting times ahead: Microsoft .Net on Linux.
It’s not fully ready yet, but to get an idea to learn more about running OpenShift Enterprise 3 and a .NET application based on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux container, here are a few links to get started:
- The Power of Open Source… Microsoft .NET and OpenShift
- Microsoft .NET Apps on OpenShift – Wait, what? – OpenShift Blog
There are other alternatives too, but OpenShift (RedHat) and Microsoft working together is really exiting news to me.
If you’re on other distros, here are some more links:
- Running .NET on Linux and Mac OS X
- Installing ASP.NET 5 On Linux — ASP.NET 0.0.1 documentation
- Getting started with .NET on Linux – Jayway
- Getting started with .NET Core (on Mac OS X, Linux and Windows)
- dotnet/core – core – Home repository for .NET Core
And of course there has been Mono for a while, which is a different implementation of .NET:
Hopefully this will have search results soon: dnvm opensuse tumbleweed.
|Reference:||The Power of Open Source… Microsoft .NET and OpenShift: .Net on Linux from our NCG partner Jeroen Pluimers at the The Wiert Corner blog.|