Category Archives: Architecture

The Sidecar Pattern

Technology is ever changing. I want to keep my skills up to date. So I wanted to start to incorporate containerization into my arsenal. In doing so, I decided to start where I always have started (after “Hello World” that is), with patterns. There is no use in reinventing the wheel. Also, patterns establish a common vocabulary, allowing you to communicate with others. To get my feet wet again I decided to start with a simple pattern that I have seen, the Sidecar Pattern. Continue reading

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The State of Enterprise Applications – Where We Came From

  Enterprise applications used to be these huge monolithic silos (ERP vs CRM vs LOB) that took expensive equipment to support it and took eons to add features. They were hard to adapt to the ever changing technology landscape. Integrating … Continue reading

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Azure Event Hub REST API

I was recently worked on a project where I had to use a mobile device, specifically Window 8.1 phone/tablet, as a hub for an external sensor. The mobile device then needed to pass the data to an Azure Event Hubs … Continue reading

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