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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How to scale profitably in cloud?

Reading Time: 3 minutesSetting up your application for scaling in cloud is like driving a Red Ferrari. You have to learn to pump and break appropriately. Pump too much — you could end up in your neighbors drive way. Break too soon — you could bang your head into steering wheel. You don’t want to ruin your exotic …

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Serverless – A ‘No strings attached’ computing.

Reading Time: 4 minutesServerless to computing is what Uber is to transportation; easy, simple, safe, and cheap. If you are a fan of ride sharing apps like Uber or Lyft then you will understand my metaphor. No more parking tickets. No more waiting in cold outside. You are notified when your ride arrives. Just walk out of car …

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