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From proof of concept and prototype to production, we use our engineering expertise to deliver enterprise platforms that utilise the latest technologies. Our experts share their knowledge through a series of articles in this blog.

 

Category: Architecture

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Architecture | Radu Vunvulea | 07 February 2022

Using Two Cloud Vendors Side by Side – a Survey of Cost and Effort

Radu Vunvulea examines a question we frequently hear from clients and the market lately: how much would it cost to build a system running on two cloud vendors side by side? Using insights gained by surveying Cloud experts, he reveals what additional effort and costs companies aiming for such a parallel approach should be planning with.

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Architecture | Matjaz Bravc | 25 January 2022

Scalable Microservices Architecture with .NET Made Easy – a Tutorial

Matjaz Bravc demonstrates a very simple way to establish a .NET-based microservices architecture that is easily and quickly scalable and readily adaptable for different requirements, using Ocelot as a gateway and load balancer and Consul as service discovery agent.

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Architecture | Gareth Badenhorst | 30 October 2020

API Management

In his series on internet scale architecture, Gareth Badenhorst shares insights based on practical experience. This part examines API management solutions, providing a general overview as well as component and function details using the example of Apigee.

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Architecture | Radu Vunvulea | 25 August 2020

Cloud Maturity Level: IaaS vs PaaS and SaaS – Part 2

In part 2 of his article, Radu Vunvulea analyses how the different cloud maturity levels impact operational and management costs for computation, database, and storage services with the top 4 cloud providers.

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Architecture | Radu Vunvulea | 18 August 2020

Cloud Maturity Level: IaaS vs PaaS and SaaS – Part 1

In this blog article, Radu Vunvulea explores the maturity levels of commonly used cloud services on some well-known cloud platforms. In part 1, he gives an overview over IaaS vs PaaS and SaaS as different maturity levels, and why they should be taken into account when choosing cloud services and providers.

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Architecture | Vlad Calmic | 09 June 2020

The Twisted Concept of Securing Kubernetes Clusters – Part 2

Read part 2 of Vlad Calmic’s blog article on securing Kubernetes clusters to learn more about image health, anomaly detection, and some of the common attack vectors for Kubernetes.

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