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  • Slack Details Its New Role Management Architecture

    Slack recently posted a detailed description of the software architecture of its new role management system. Slack needed to build a system that was more flexible than the one it previously had. It created a custom containerized Go-based permission service that integrates with its existing systems over gRPC. As a result, its customers' admins now have granular control over what their users can do.

  • Uber Reveals Its API Gateway's Architecture

    Uber recently detailed the architecture of its internally built API gateway. It described how independent layered components handle each request in the gateway, with each layer being responsible for a different facet of the request lifecycle. A combination of YAML and Apache Thrift defines the gateway configuration, and a code-generated artifact in Go makes up the gateway implementation.

  • Alibaba Cloud Uses Dapr to Support Its Business Growth

    In a recent blog post, Sky Ao, a staff engineer at Alibaba Cloud, details how Alibaba Cloud uses the Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr) to support its business growth. As Alibaba's business rapidly grows while also purchasing other companies, a clear need to support multiple programming languages across varying cloud environments rises. To support this need, Alibaba chose to use Dapr.

  • Dropbox Reveals Atlas - a Managed Service Orchestration Platform

    In a recent blog post, Dropbox revealed Atlas, a platform whose aim is to provide various benefits of a Service Oriented Architecture while minimizing the operational cost of owning a service. Atlas' goal is to support small, self-contained functionality, saving product teams the overhead of managing a full-blown service, including capacity planning, alert setup, etc.

  • Thrift for Haskell Aims to Eliminate Bugs from RPC Code

    Originally created at Facebook and now part of Apache, Thrift is an interface definition language and binary communication protocol aimed to enable efficient RPC at scale across services written in multiple languages. Facebook has recently open sourced hsthrift, which makes it possible to use Thrift in Haskell projects and take advantage of its dependent types to eliminate bugs in production.

  • Microsoft .NET Conf: Focus on Microservices

    Yesterday, the third edition of the .NET Conf: Focus series took place, this time featuring microservices development with .NET. The event targeted developers of all stripes, with live coding demonstrations and comprehensive coverage on related concepts and tools. The focus conferences are free, one-day livestream events featuring speakers from the community and .NET product teams.

  • Microsoft Releases gRPC-Web for .NET

    Last week, Microsoft released a production-ready implementation of the gRPC-Web protocol for .NET. Initially supported as an experimental feature, the component is now part of the grpc-dotnet project. The new component makes gRPC usable in the browser, allowing web applications to communicate directly with gRPC services without using an HTTP server as a proxy.

  • Apache Dubbo, a Java-Based RPC Framework, Graduates to Top-Level Project

    The Apache Software Foundation recently announced Apache Dubbo as a top-level project. Apache Dubbo is an open source, remote procedure call framework based on Java. Dubbo brings key functionalities such as interface based remote call, fault tolerance and load balancing, and automatic service registration and discovery.

  • Adopting Envoy as a Service-to-Service Proxy at Reddit

    Reddit introduced Envoy into their backend framework as service-to-service proxy to support their ongoing architectural improvements. By adopting Envoy as a service-to-service Layer 4/Layer 7 proxy, they discovered significant improvements in observability, ease of adoption, and performance.

  • Cap’n Proto Interchange Format Adds Windows Support and Many New Features

    After nearly 2.5 years since its previous release, data interchange format and RPC system Cap’n Proto reached version 0.6, adding Windows support, security hardening, and more.

  • Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Adds Linkerd, gRPC, and CoreDNS to Growing Portfolio

    Since the beginning of 2017 the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has added three new projects to their portfolio for hosting and stewardship, including: linkerd, a transparent proxy ‘service mesh’ that provides service discovery, failure handling and visibility; gRPC, a language agnostic high performance RPC framework; and CoreDNS, a fast and configurable cloud native DNS server.

  • Open Source Linkerd Project Celebrates First Anniversary in Quest to Become TCP/IP of Microservices

    Bouyant, a cloud-native services company, announced the one-year anniversary of Linkerd, an open source “service mesh” project for cloud-native microservices-based applications. William Morgan, founder and CEO of Bouyant, spoke exclusively to InfoQ about this milestone.

  • Google Makes Public Their API Design Guide

    Google has made public an API Design Guide for creating HTTP or RPC APIs. These design principles are recommended especially to developers creating gRPC APIs connecting to Google Cloud Endpoints.

  • Netflix Conductor, an Orchestration Engine for Microservices

    Netflix has developed an orchestration engine called “Conductor”, and has used it internally in production for the last year . During this time they executed some 2.6 million process workflows, starting with linear ones and ending with dynamic ones running over multiple days. Now they have open sourced Conductor, making it available to all those interested in workflow orchestration.

  • Google Releases .Net APIs for Google Cloud

    Google recently announced .Net support for Google Cloud APIs. This includes C# bindings and PowerShell cmdlets. A Visual Studio extension is also available, allowing to browse Google Cloud resources and to deploy Asp.Net applications on Google Compute Engine.

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