Part 1: Building Cloud-Scale Enterprise Apps – Our Take on Microsoft Service Fabric

Microsoft just changed everything about enterprise app development with their announcement that Service Fabric will be released as part of Windows Server 2016. For years, our enterprise customers have requested the features of commercial Software as a Service (SaaS) applications in their enterprise. They want fault tolerance, high availability, resilience, elasticity, and near-zero downtime. In

Part 2: Possible Use Cases for Microsoft Service Fabric

I'm Excited About Service Fabric, Now What? In my last blog, "Building Cloud-Scale Enterprise Apps: Our Take On Microsoft Service Fabric," I looked at some of the common pain points Microsoft Service Fabric can help developers with. This week, we’ll take a closer look at some possible use cases. Use Case A possible use case