Cultivating architecture with principles
March 3, 2020
Many organizations strive to establish independent, autonomous development teams. The goal is to achieve speed, scalability, and empowermentbut you have to decide what architecture governance looks like in a decentralized setup. Birgitta Boeckeler explores architecture principles as a way to avoid chaos, providing lessons about using them to walk the line between hard rules and helpful guidance.
The future of stablecoin
February 9, 2020
With the emergence of cryptoeconomy, there is a real demand for an alternative form of money. Major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum have thus far failed to achieve mass adoption. Catherine Gu examines the paradigm of algorithmic design of stablecoins, focusing on incentive structure and decentralized governance, to evaluate the role of stablecoin as a future medium of exchange.
A decentralized reference architecture for cloud native applications (sponsored by Ballerina)
February 1, 2020
Asanka Abeysinghe explores cell-based architecture, a self-contained composable unit of architecture. The cell is independently scalable. Its independently deployable. Its independently governed. It's part of an ecosystem of cells. A cell-based architecture is a common pattern that any enterprise can connect architecture, implementation, and deployment by making autonomous development teams.
Simple, secure, and reliable: Building cloud native applications with NATS
January 25, 2020
NATS is a mature, high-performance publish/subscribe messaging system that's part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Waldemar Quevedo explores how to build production-ready applications using NATS to address common issues that arise in cloud native environments, such as service discovery, scalability, self-healing, authentication/authorization, and low-latency RPC.
Decentralized systems: The good, the bad, and the ugly
December 18, 2019
Decentralization is often touted as an intrinsic good architecturally. While it's possible to benefit from decentralized thinking, it's also very easy to misfit the solution to the problems at hand. Join Brian Sletten to explore the major decentralized approaches and their applicability to specific problems.
Can Blockchain Make a Financial and Information Revolution? - Use Cases of Commercial Project at National Bank of Cambodia and Moscow Exchange Group -
September 19, 2019
Soramitsu Co., Ltd. which is the original developer of Hyperledger Iroha explains unique features of Hyperledger Iroha V1.0 and use cases of commercial projects such as digital currency with National …