In a previous article, I asked the question What Does it Mean to be Cloud Native? I explored some general properties that all Cloud Native applications should meet. Here I want to go into more detail to give guidance on how high up the triangle you should take your project. Not all projects need to... Continue Reading →
A while back, I wrote a post about the Sidecar pattern. It has become one of my most popular posts. One of the comments I got on the post was, "how is it different than the Ambassador pattern." So in this post, I will highlight the Ambassador pattern, and I will also show the differences... Continue Reading →
Buzzwords come and go. One of the most recent ones is Cloud Native. What does it mean to be Cloud Native. In this post I attempt to define what an application needs, for it to be a Cloud Native application.
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.