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Pattern: Service Mesh

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/06/19

I need to re-read this: [WayBackPattern: Service Mesh

Via [WayBack] What is a Service Mesh? What is the purpose of Istio? – The Isoblog. /[Archive.is] What is a Service Mesh? What is the purpose of Istio in Kubernetes? … – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+:

An article by Phil Calçado explains the Container Pattern “Service Mesh” and why one would want that in a really nice way.

Phil uses early networking as an example, and explains how common functionality needed in all applications was abstracted out of the application code and moved into the network stack, forming the TCP flow control layer we have in todays networking.

A similar thing is happening with other functionality that all services that do a form of remote procedure call have to have, and we are moving this into a different layer. He then gives examples of the ongoing evolution of that layer, from Finagle and Proxygen through Synapse and Nerve, Prana, Eureka and Linkerd. Envoy and the resulting Istio project of CNCF are the current result of that development, but the topic is under research, still.

–jeroen

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DBA Blog 2.0: Installing Zabbix into Azure using a MySQL PaaS

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/01/04

Interesting: [WayBack] DBA Blog 2.0: Installing Zabbix into Azure using a MySQL PaaS

–jeroen

Posted in *nix, Azure Cloud, Cloud, Cloud Development, Development, Infrastructure, Monitoring, Power User, Software Development, Windows Azure, Zabbix | Leave a Comment »

“I tyically ask recruiters to point out which of these are pokemon” – via “my linkedin profile : ProgrammerHumor”

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/19

[Archive.is] Vincent D. Warmerdam (also known as koaning; D is for Damian) put Start-up or Pokémon? Big-data or Pokémon? into practice a while back:

my linkedin profile: “I tyically ask recruiters to point out which of these are pokemon”

Source: [WayBack] “my linkedin profile : ProgrammerHumor

He’s a very interesting person to follow:

I also discovered https://bl.ocks.org because of Vincent. More on that later.

–jeroen

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Containers, totally not a lightweight VM, and also not a hype.

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/08

If you start doing stuff with containers, be sure to read the below parts of a series “Containers, totally not a lightweight VM, and also not a hype.” by Kristian Köhntopp, Senior Scalability Engineer at Booking.com.

Be sure to read all the links below, including the comment threads as there is a wealth of information in them.

I’ve tried to summarise parts further below, but there is so much information in the links that you really should long read all the links.

Further reading, all by or via Kristian:

Some highlights of the parts

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Home – Outpan – GTIN to product attribute mapping

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/04/26

On my research list: Home – Outpan as it is a key-value store of EAN (actually GTIN, so including GS1 UPC, EAN which means barcodes like UPC-12, EAN-8, EAN-13 and ITF-14).

–jeroen

via [WayBack[How To] Scan a barcode and add the product name to Wunderlist : tasker

 

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