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Udi Dahan on Reuse in Business Logic and Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Jul 05, 2015 1

Reuse has been a watch word for almost everything that has happened in system development during the last thirty years, but reuse is like cyanide; in really small portions it can be healthy, using it too much it starts doing a lot of damage, Udi Dahan claimed in his presentation giving a different perspective on business logic at this year’s DDD Exchange conference in London.

Scaling the Stack Overflow Monolithic App by Obsessing Over Performance

by Daniel Bryant on  Jun 21, 2015 4

At QCon New York 2015, David Fullerton presented a deep-dive into the monolithic C# / MS SQL architecture that powers the Stack Overflow website, which handles over 4 billion requests per month. Fullerton argued that by focusing on performance, scalability was included ‘almost for free’; and that by minimising the number of external application services, the need to pay ‘SOA tax’ has been avoided.

Stefan Tilkov: Skip the Monolith, Start with Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Jun 10, 2015 1

During the last months Martin Fowler among others have claimed that a microservices architecture should always start with a monolith, but Stefan Tilkov is convinced this is wrong, building a well-structured monolith with cleanly separated modules that later may be pulled apart into microservices is extremely hard, if not impossible in most cases.

Parse Adds New Schema API and API Console

by Sergio De Simone on  Jun 04, 2015

Parse has announced its new Schema API, which allows to programmatically manipulate the database schema used by an app, and the Parse API Console, which aims to make it easier to use Parse REST API without writing any code.

WSO2 Announces API Cloud and App Cloud

by Abel Avram on  Jun 03, 2015

At WSO2Con EU 2015, WSO2 has announced API Cloud and App Cloud, two complete solutions for managing APIs and respectively enterprise applications throughout their lifecycle.

GCM 3.0 Sends Messages to Android, iOS and Chrome

by Abel Avram on  Jun 01, 2015

With GCM 3.0, Google has attempted to simplify the registration process and to make their cloud notification system work similarly on Android, iOS and Chrome. There is a new topic group and a messaging diagnostic tool.

The CRM Landscape as Viewed by Teamleader

by Alex Giamas on  May 28, 2015 1

Last month, Teamleader won the HenQ award of the Boost competition at The Next Web Europe 2015 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Benny Waelput from Teamleader discusses about the present and future of CRM systems.

Microservices Premium

by Mark Little on  May 24, 2015 1

In a recent article Martin Fowler tries to answer the question about when to consider using microservices, hoping that developers understand that there is an inherent complexity involved in making such an architectural change. Sometimes staying with a well-designed monolith may be more appropriate.

Microsoft Project Oxford Aims to Bring Intelligence to Apps

by Sergio De Simone on  May 12, 2015

Under the name of Project Oxford, Microsoft has made available a set of RESTful APIs that aim to make it possible for developers to build apps that feature face recognition, speech processing, and other machine learning algorithms. Part of the Azure portfolio, the new APIs are currently in beta and free to use up to 5,000 call per month.

Avoid a Canonical Data Model

by Jan Stenberg on  Apr 12, 2015 15

Standardizing on common models for business objects that are exchanged within an enterprise, e.g. Customer, Order and Product together with the attributes and associations they have, might seem compelling but for Stefan Tilkov this creation of Canonical Data Models (CDMs) is a horrible idea which he strongly advices against.

Adrian Cockcroft: Microservices Revisited

by Mark Little on  Apr 12, 2015 1

Recently Adrian Cockcroft gave an interview to ActiveState's John Wetherill about microservices. In it he talks about how polyglot fits into microservices and the impact on him when he head that companies such as Target and Macy's, as well as Homeland Security had adopted that architectural approach.

AnyPresence Launches a New API Platform for Mobile and IoT Developers

by Janakiram MSV on  Apr 08, 2015

AnyPresence, one of the leading MBaaS players has launched JustAPIs, a platform for building and deploying RESTful APIs.

A Service is a Logical Construct Built by Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Mar 31, 2015

A service is a logical construct owning a business capability and made up of internal autonomous components or microservices that together fulfil the responsibilities of the service, Jeppe Cramon suggests continuing a previous series of blog posts clarifying his view on building services around business capabilities and bounded contexts.

5 Design Principles for System Configuration

by Manuel Pais on  Mar 25, 2015

Popular configuration mechanisms like conf.d pose multiple problems when trying to converge system configuration using configuration management tools. Ish-Shalom proposes five design principles for configuration that prevent those problems. The core ideas being the use of a configuration API and the separation of configurations based on the type of system updates they require.

Yelp Engineering: Using Services to Break Down a Monolith

by Daniel Bryant on  Mar 19, 2015

The Yelp engineering team have stated that moving to a service-oriented architecture has allowed them to scale their development process and maintain a rapid pace of software delivery as the team and codebase has grown. This has been achieved by focusing on distributed systems education, creating a set of basic service design principles and implementing a supporting infrastructure.

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