Azure & AWS – Find which data center is right for you?

There are few cool speed test tools available out there which allows you to test network latencies and speed to data centers from different countries and locations.  Along with finding the closest Datacenter near your location, it tests the storage latency as well as upload and download speeds.  Check it out from the following urls: 𝗔𝘇𝘂𝗿𝗲:… Read More Azure & AWS – Find which data center is right for you?

How Azure CosmosDB + Functions + IOT hub + PowerBI could solve the burning Traffic problem

Road traffic is a very classic and burning problem in Sri Lanka and in most of the Asian countries. Personally I have to spend 2 hours on the road everyday by just stuck in the traffic and I assume the same for other people who gets stuck for many hours with no way out. I… Read More How Azure CosmosDB + Functions + IOT hub + PowerBI could solve the burning Traffic problem

Build hybrid apps with Cosmosdb + Ionic

I was at the Global Azure Bootcamp recently concluded last week, one of the participant came and asked me, “Hey what is Cosmos DB” I casually responded “Well, that’s Microsoft’s globally distributed, massively scalable, horizontally partitioned, low latency, fully indexed, multi-model NoSQL database”. The immediate question came after that was whether it supports hybrid applications.… Read More Build hybrid apps with Cosmosdb + Ionic

Build your serverless functions with OpenFaaS on Azure

For the past one month , I have been experimenting with one of the promising serverless framework for creating serverless functions.  With the modern applications moving to cloud with microservices this framework becomes very handy to create/manage your microservices in the form of functions. What do we need microservices? When I started my career as… Read More Build your serverless functions with OpenFaaS on Azure

Event Sourcing with Azure EventHub and CosmosDB

Traditional Architecture : In a traditional Application with the normal approach, transactional use-cases usually involve persisting data in a few SQL tables or in a NOSQL database. When the changes are performed on the object the database is updated to match the new state. The traditional approach works well in case if you do not… Read More Event Sourcing with Azure EventHub and CosmosDB