How to choose the optimal tier for Azure web applications and databases with cost in mind

When thinking about hosting a web application, there are a few considerations and tips to how to cost effectively host it. If you have a single web application that is for personal use or tiny business, there are better cost efficient options. Use your home computer as web server. Ref: How to set up local… Continue reading How to choose the optimal tier for Azure web applications and databases with cost in mind

How to set up CDN for a web application using Azure

There could be many ways to set up CDN in Azure cloud. I used Storage and Front Door for this. This approach is cost-effective. As well known, CDN (Content Delivery Network)is very useful if your website needs to be fast when accessed from anywhere in the world. However, there is a limitation on CDN. The… Continue reading How to set up CDN for a web application using Azure

A DotNet developer’s view about Technology Radar V26

As a new Technology Radar release with a bunch of interesting techs, a few drew my attention. Techniques Single team remote wall. This can be useful in a remote team. Documentation quadrantsDocumentation can be one of these. Tutorials, Discussions, How-To Guides, or References. And more tips on documentation. Rethinking remote standups. The daily stand-up is… Continue reading A DotNet developer’s view about Technology Radar V26

Technology Radar for dot net devlopers – Volume 24

A few take-aways for dot net developers from Technology Radar volume 24. Sentry: Adopt I use Sentry at work. As it’s so good, we should utilize this further to make the most out of it.   Simplest possible ML : Trial Totally agree. Many problems actually do not require ML. Regex or Regression may be… Continue reading Technology Radar for dot net devlopers – Volume 24

Beyond Microservices in a one page

Problems Clients know too much: Auth, Encryption, etc. Hard to change a microservice -> Don’t know who’s using it. Hard to add a new microservice -> No one may use it. Being political. Responsibility for the failure in a microservice. What happened when a microservice fails. REST is slow Solutions – Useful Architectures API Gateway… Continue reading Beyond Microservices in a one page