Design principles and guiding forces for achieving unified analytics in the world of distributed data sources can vary. My concluding series on this topic is now open for reading.
Design principles and guiding forces for achieving unified analytics in the world of distributed data sources can vary. I thought it might be a good idea to just digitize some of my thoughts & where does it make sense to bring them all together and what are the trade-offs in doing so. In a multi-part series we will explore some approaches and then analyse what parameters are necessary to measure in order to pick an approach.
This is a very light post on vertical decomposition and by no means is most comprehensive read on this topic! It is meant for engineers and product managers that are looking after or working in such initiative to resurrect their current approach or pick something new from the examples. Vertical decomposition powered by micro-services is … Continue reading Vertical Decomposition Of Software Systems
Internal tooling architecture is as much an integral part of tech strategy as the core tech roadmap which enables topline. Often I have seen that we make tooling without understanding the customers ( internal ). These tools largely tend to grow as isolated patches and considered low on agenda to maintain or service... Internal tools … Continue reading Tale Of Many Internal applications