You’ve got microservices. Great. They’re being continuous delivered. Neato. Ok … now what? The next hurdle you may face is data processing amongst this distributed mesh o’ things. Brokered messaging engines like Azure Service Bus or RabbitMQ are nice choices… Read More ›
Want to yank configuration values from your .NET Core apps? Here’s how to store and access them in Azure and AWS.
Creating new .NET apps, or modernizing existing ones? If you’re following the 12-factor criteria, you’re probably keeping your configuration out of the code. That means not stashing feature flags in your web.config file, or hard-coding connection strings inside your classes…. Read More ›
Go “multi-cloud” while *still* using unique cloud services? I did it using Spring Boot and MongoDB APIs.
What do you think of when you hear the phrase “multi-cloud”? Ok, besides stupid marketing people and their dumb words. You might think of companies with on-premises environments who are moving some workloads into a public cloud. Or those who… Read More ›
Platforms should run on Kubernetes, apps should run on PaaS. That simple heuristic seems to resonate with the companies I talk to. When you have access to both environments, it makes sense to figure out what runs where. PaaS is… Read More ›
Streaming is all the rage! No, not binge-watching Arrested Development on Netflix. Rather, I mean data stream processing: ingesting and handling infinite datasets. Instead of chewing through a nightly or weekly batch of records, you’re doing near real-time processing. Done… Read More ›
I’ll be honest with you, I don’t know much about horses. I mean, I know some things and can answer basic questions from my kids. But I’m mostly winging it and relying on what I remember from watching Seabiscuit. Sometimes… Read More ›
Since I’ve moved up to the Seattle-area three years ago, there’s been a hole in my life. No longer. The Habit just opened up around the corner from me. I missed that place! While most of the attention (including my… Read More ›