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Good software does not come about just like that; by mere coincidence. Inside a streamlined and well-executed software development process, there are many patterns for success. Some of them extend well beyond what is traditionally considered to be the realm of the software developer.
Inside our organization, many of these patterns were applied either consciously or subconsciously. We felt the need to bring these patterns forward from under lock and key into the clear light of day for everyone's awareness.
Microservices architecture principle #4: Asynchronous communication over synchronous communication
Microservices are a hot topic. Because of that a lot of people are saying a lot of things. To help organizations make the best of this new architectural style Xebia has defined a set of principles that we feel should be applied when implementing a Microservice Architecture. Over the next couple of days we will...
Microservices Architecture Principle #3: small bounded contexts over one comprehensive model
Microservices are a hot topic. To help organizations make the best of this new architectural style Xebia has defined a set of principles that we feel should be applied when implementing a Microservice Architecture. Over the next couple of days we will cover each of these principles in more detail in a series of blog...
Quickly build a XL Deploy plugin for deploying container applications to CoreOS
You can use fleetctl and script files to deploy your container applications to CoreOS. However, using XL Deploy for deployment automation is a great solution when you need to deploy and track versions of many applications. What does it take to create a XL Deploy plugin to deploy these container applications to your CoreOS clusters?...