I have been writing a bunch of small samples apps, trying to improve my understanding of volatility-based decomposition solutions. As part of this effort, I needed a proxy to link calls to services without the client directly calling the services. This is a fundamental detail in any microservice implementation and there are libraries to enable this, if I where building Service Fabric applications. But that isn’t what I am trying to do. I need a tool that is light-weight, super-easy to use, and something that at least vaguely follows the SF communication patterns. Continue reading Yet Another Service Locator
I got my Azure Pass approved yesterday.
The corporate firewall is so locked down that I can’t connect to any Azure SQL instance and the proxy setup won’t allow certificates to flow from a SF cluster into my browser. Argh!
So, I had to find a work around. Queue the begging. 😉
I’ve been developing a path to get us out of our tendency of developing separate apps to solve each business problem into a service-based solution where we get true reuse our of our components.
I was part of the problem that created our status quo. I spent years writing custom apps for so-called one-off solutions. I have finally learned that is the wrong way to develop apps in an enterprise environment.