Edward Ferron

About Edward Ferron

Ed is a Solutions Engineer helping customers meet their web-scale demands with production performance monitoring from AppDynamics. Ed joins AppDynamics from Microsoft where he served as a Principal Architect helping customers implement enterprise applications. Soon after, Ed joined the Microsoft Technology Center as the Technical Director in the Midwest, where he conducted Architecture Design Sessions and Executive Briefings for customers across North America. A Software Architect by trade, Ed enjoys publicly speaking to share his expertise in Azure, web technologies, and helping shift large-scale enterprise software solutions to take advantage of modern cloud computing capabilities.

Top 5 Conferences for .NET Developers

Partly due to the influence of software giant Microsoft, the .NET community is expansive. Developers, programmers and IT decision makers regularly meet at .NET conferences to share news, information and ideas to help each other keep up with the rapid digital transformation in today’s IT landscape. Here are five .NET conferences you should consider attending […]

Application Architecture With Azure Service Fabric

Is Azure the dominant cloud-based development infrastructure of the future? There’s some good evidence to support that claim. At last year’s Dell World conference in Austin, TX, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced on stage that there are only two horses in the contest for control of the cloud. “It’s a Seattle race,” Nadella said. “Amazon […]

Top 10 New Improvements Found in the .NET Framework Version 4.6.2

In the late 1990s, Microsoft began working on a general purpose development platform that quickly became the infrastructure for building, deploying, and running an unlimited number of applications and services with relative ease while focusing on the Internet User Experience (IUE). Then, in February of 2002, Microsoft finally launched the first version of these shared […]

10 Things You Should Know About Microsoft’s .NET Core 1.0

On June 27th, Microsoft announced the release of a project several years in the making — .NET Core. The solution resulted from the need for a nonproprietary version of Microsoft’s .NET Framework — one that runs on Mac and several versions of Linux, as well as on Windows. This cross-platform .NET product offers programmers new […]