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Azure app service – Securing Microservices using HTTPS

Reading Time: 1 minuteMicrosoft Azure App Service provides PaaS (Platform as a Service) model for hosting web applications. Azure supports wildcard based SSL certificates for every App Service we create. Communication to this website is encrypted by using wildcard SSL’s. Wildcard SSL – Free Azure URL All the Azure App services have a default website URLs that looks something like. https://{your-app-service-name}.azurewebsites.com For example If …

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Caching in Microservice – A highly effective way to maximize performance

Reading Time: 3 minutesCaching improves availability, scalability, and performance of Microservices by reducing roundtrips to dependencies. Querying database every time is nonessential. Perhaps we can save our applications a little compute by serving data from the buffer. This is profitable when the nature of data is static, and don’t change very often. Frequently calling dependent Microservices is also redundant. We can buffer their response …

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Queue centric pattern – failing gracefully in Microservices!

Reading Time: 3 minutesHave you wondered why there are gaps between bridge segments? Because materials used in constructions of bridges usually expands in summer and contracts in winter. Without these “breathing” spaces, the bridges develop deep cracks that could lead to dangerous path holes. Worst, destabilize the bridge support and strength. Similarly, developing tightly coupled Microservices creates friction …

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Application Insights: The tool that will help get you back your weekends.

Reading Time: 4 minutesApplication Insights is a Application Performance Management (APM) service from Microsoft Azure. It is used for applications health monitoring and analytics. Once deployed — Application Insights is constantly looking out for peaks, failures, exceptions, and faults on your behalf. It provides rich visual graphics to easily understand and analyze the collected data.

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How to rapidly develop web apps in cloud

Reading Time: 2 minutesSay your company has tasked you to move your Web application in cloud. Where would you start? In a traditional cloud setup (IaaS), you cook up a Virtual machine, install App server, Databases, Storages, Cache, and do Network configurations. These are skill intensive, and complex. As full stack developers, we are already burdened with UI and …

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Names search engine – nameseek.info

Reading Time: 1 minuteFinally, after countless (and sleepless) hours of hard work (and fun) i was able to put up this small baby names search engine. This website help people search for baby names. After a decade of developing web applications for companies, i’m finally crafting something for myself. nameseek.info I have more than 10,000 baby names and …

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I help in automation of business processes in Cloud. I'm a Lead Full Stack .Net Developer with over 12+ years of experience in developing web applications. My core expertise is in web applications designing, programming, implementing, automating, and monitoring.

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