MEMBERS-ONLY: Victor Pikula, Cloud Solutions Architect from Microsoft discusses cloud architecture and what is changing in solution delivery and design.
Peter Rombouts from Sogeti joins me to discuss the hottest trends in architecture.
This blog post is one in a series that will give you some insight into the full day training class (Microservices Solution Architectures) I will be teaching at the ITARC Austin on October 6th, 2016. A better question may be "If I can't/don't change , am I going to create business value?" In my opinion,
This blog post is one in a series that will give you some insight into the full day training class (Microservices Solution Architectures) I will be teaching at the ITARC Austin on October 6th, 2016. That's a great question. Maybe you shouldn't. I have had this debate with more than one person: "Isn't a microservices architecture just
I have recently been studying the implications of Agile on enterprise and technology architecture. As a part of that I was looking through traditional architects relationship to other team members (structural engineers, construction, plumbers, electricians, etc). This has always been a passion of mine as a student of professions but this time I was looking
I had the pleasure today of working today with Novak Ratkovic on a project related to architect education. Novak is a brilliant guy who asks tough questions. Exactly the type that I like the most. His question today was based on the 1 day Enterprise Architect Mindset class we will be launching shortly. His question revolved
The signature benefit of a microservice architecture is that its highly granular nature allows for a great deal of flexibility in composing applications. Components are simplified by virtue of a high degree of focus. The ability to replace individual components is enhanced by the modularity inherent in the style. A very significant drawback to microservice
I was reminded over the last few weeks and months about one of the key reasons I founded the Iasa. It really started for me when I arrived years and years ago at a company to find that a vendor and infrastructure team had put an online store SQL server outside the firewall. That sounds
Software architecture defines the different parts of a software system and how they relate to each other. Keeping a code base matching its architectural blueprint is crucial for keeping a complex piece of software maintainable over its lifetime. Sure, the architecture will evolve over time, but it is always better to have an architecture and
Laziness may be one of the Seven Deadly Sins, but it can be a virtue in software development. As Matt Osbun observed: I often refer to myself as a lazy developer. Occurred to me that people might not get the reference. pic.twitter.com/zmjDZjkTd6— Matt Osbun (@MattOsbun) February 6, 2015 Robert Heinlein noted the benefits of laziness: