Kubernetes, it appears to me to be a funny sounding word that could be uttered by an actor in a science fiction movie. If interested in the actual origin of the word, take a look at the following Kubernetes link in Wikipedia.
I am more interested in what it does than how the word came to be (even though I did read the entire Wikipedia article). In the book Production-Ready Microservices by Susan J. Fowler; published by O’Reilly (which I purchased from Amazon and read), a nice and simple diagram is used to describe the four-layer model of the microservice ecosystem. Continue reading “Kubernetes”
I have been architecting, designing, documenting from an engineering point of view, implementing, and testing software products and services for a few decades. Many years ago, working for a Fortune 500, I was troubled by the practices used to develop software. It seems that there had to be better ways to get from requirements to products and services. That induced me to read books and papers and take several college courses in order to satisfy my curiosity and be able to apply and create better ways. Continue reading “Technical Debt”
I apologize for not being consistent on my posts. Technology and projects change quite rapidly so what might be of interest today might not be in a few weeks. In the past few weeks a decision was made to use the Windows platform to develop the next generation of a storage server. The storage server will be developed using ASP.NET Core. Due to that fact, I have been experimenting with the ASP.NET Core SDK and runtime. Yes, the last statement is not a typo. The ASP.NET Core has a SDK using its own version number and a runtime using a different version number. Continue reading “ASP.NET Core”