Shadow IT – Tradeoff between frictionless user experience and being responsible with AAD V2

Introduction First let me begin with 'What is meant by Shadow IT ?'. In a broader view shadow IT is, any sort of IT usage without the direct governance of IT department of your organization. Sometimes this remains as a violation of the company policies, but the proliferation of the cloud SaaS applications and BYOD … Continue reading Shadow IT – Tradeoff between frictionless user experience and being responsible with AAD V2

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Multi tenancy – A myth in the cloud

Multi tenancy is a popular buzzword, often heard coupled along with cloud computing terminology. This is the issue and has created a dogma and some believe that multi tenancy can only be related with the cloud and cloud based SaaS services. Based on the definition from Wikipedia The term "software multitenancy" refers to a software architecture in which a single instance … Continue reading Multi tenancy – A myth in the cloud

Managing multiple sites with Azure Traffic Manager and deployments using TFBuilds

Introduction Azure Traffic Manager is used to mange the traffic of your Internet resources and monitor the health of those resources. These resources may reside outside the Azure as well. This post is focused on Azure Web Apps and how to manage multiple web apps using Azure Traffic Manager and handling deployments using new TFBuild … Continue reading Managing multiple sites with Azure Traffic Manager and deployments using TFBuilds

Circuit Breaker Pattern for Cloud based Micro Service Architecture

Modern applications communicate with many external services; these external services could be from third party providers or from the same provider or they are components of the same application. Micro service architecture is a great example for disconnected, individually managed and scalable software components that work together. The communication takes place using simple HTTP endpoints. … Continue reading Circuit Breaker Pattern for Cloud based Micro Service Architecture

Cached-Aside Pattern using Redis on Azure

Cache-Aside is a common pattern in modern cloud applications. This is a very simple and a straight forward one. The followings are the characteristics of the pattern. When an application needs data, first it looks in the cache. If the data available in the cache, then application will use the data from the cache, otherwise … Continue reading Cached-Aside Pattern using Redis on Azure