List/Grid Tag Archives: Architecture

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Software architect mistakes

I think that to get up in the morning and brew a good cup of coffee is one of the best way to start the day. You know, the heady fragrance that emanates from the machine-pot, it?s delicious. ...
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Being a better enterprise architect

Enterprise architects seem to become more and more involved in “trying out new things” or pushing down technology or implementation advice — nay dictation — without having a ...
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Infrastructure, Technical Debt, and Automated Test Framework

I’ve had several conversations in email and with clients recently that have all been about this question: “What do we do about our infrastructure?” Either the project or the program ...
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Transactional event-based NOSQL storage

I am presenting here a simple two steps architectural approach based on stored events as a workaround for the lack of full atomic transaction support in so-called “NOSQL” databases. Being ...
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Configuration Management in Java EE

Configuration Management has a lot of relevance in Cloud Computing as I tried to argue earlier. Actually, I would boldly claim that Configuration Management is a corner stone in any ...
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When Clouds Clear

When I first heard about Cloud Computing a few year back I was sceptical, not really paying attention to it, thinking that this is the next IT bubble just begging to pop. But as the, ...
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How to Do 100K TPS at Less than 1ms Latency

Martin Thompson and Michael Barker talk about building a HPC financial system handling over 100K TPS at less than 1ms latency by having a new approach to infrastructure and software. ...
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