Udi Dahan describes how we in a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) where client-side components for one service runs in the same process as components for other services can collect several logical calls into one larger physical call to avoid the high cost, in terms of client to server communication, that otherwise could be substantial.
The Particular Service Platform has four headline components: ServiceMatrix, ServiceInsight, ServicePulse, and the well-respected NServiceBus. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be looking at each in turn starting with ServiceMatrix, their SOA design tool.
We should build systems more loosely coupled to achieve properties like robustness, resilience and scalability, Udi Dahan emphasizes in a recent presentation discussing how we can model our systems using more event-driven and asynchronous patterns and some of the challenges developers face when introducing these principles and patterns into development.
NServiceBus 3.0 was recently released and InfoQ talked to Udi Dahan, the creator of NServiceBus, about the new features of the latest release. One of which is the RavenDb integration, a fairly new document data store written in .NET and created by Oren Eini (Ayende). InfoQ also took the opportunity to ask Ayende some questions and what the integration means for his own Rhino Service Bus.