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The true architect's way (AKA ShuHaRi)

The true architect's way (AKA ShuHaRi)

Quite recently I've shared my personal interpretation of "seniority" in tech (based on the concept of "leverage" - shamelessly stolen from Andy Grove ...). This term ("seniority") is frequently closely associated (as an enabler) to the role of an "architect" -…

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Lava Flow Anti-pattern

Lava Flow Anti-pattern

What can we say about the characteristics of lava flow (no metaphors YET, I refer to RL lava)? it's practically impossible to stop/revert lava flow, it can either continue in the current "channel" or get routed in a new…

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When the sky is falling ... Graceful Degradation

When the sky is falling ... Graceful Degradation

This blog post is all about ... reducing risk versus narrowing ground zero area, operability, what does it mean that software should be built like ship hulls, that resilience analysis doesn't start with deployment units, how well-designed systems are prepared for…

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Micromonoliths: scaling via sharding - part II

Micromonoliths: scaling via sharding - part II

In this post you'll find: how sharding can work (well) together with CQRS, what tricks can be used for re-partitiong data in live instances (w/o downtime) and why it's OK to use domain-related data in routing on API gateway…

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Micromonoliths: scaling via sharding - part I

Micromonoliths: scaling via sharding - part I

In this post you'll find: micro-monolith neo-evangelism :), great (video) example of premature system distribution hitting the fan ..., demystifying of microservice independence myth and what are X-centric systems. I hate blog posts, books or conf talks that focus on criticising only…

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This orchestra plays out of tune - microservice reality

This orchestra plays out of tune - microservice reality

By reading this article you'll learn that ... orchestra (like Emperor) is naked, easy problems sometimes get far more sexy solutions than the hard ones (so screw those), SOA is not dead, microservices in the wild tend to be grotesque &…

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