CQRS in Azure – Part 3

In CQRS in Azure Part 1, CQRS was defined and context was provided to explain why the pattern is relevant to building solutions in Azure.  CQRS in Azure – Part 2 and this post illustrates the pattern by using a fictitious inventory system in order expand on the advantages while providing potential strategies for addressing…

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CQRS in Azure – Part 2

In CQRS in Azure Part 1, CQRS was defined and context was provided to explain why the pattern is relevant to building solutions in Azure.  This post will illustrate the pattern by using a fictitious inventory system in order expand on the advantages while providing potential strategies for addressing the challenges that arise when moving…

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CQRS in Azure – Part 1

What is CQRS? Command and Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) is a software pattern where there is a separation between queries (read) and commands (modify).  CQRS is based on command query separation which is an approach to object oriented design and not a new concept as it first appeared in the late 80’s in Bertrand Meyer’s book Object-Oriented…

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Azure IoT News. New Azure Features, Love Letters, New Looks and New Tools!

Data ingress and analysis has become one of the newest and fastest growing areas of interest for any company wanting to better understand or take control of their Things.   Microsoft are leading this sector with some of the most advanced and cost effective tools and services, like Event Hub, IoT Hub, Stream Analytics, Power…

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Azure Content Spotlight – SQL Azure

Welcome to another Azure Content Spotlight! These articles are used to highlight items in Azure that could be more visible to the Azure community. Recently there have been some significant updates to SQL Azure and some interesting posts.  I wanted to highlight the following: Threat Detection, Automatic Tuning, Temporal Tables, and Cross Database Joins in…

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Watch: Most popular Azure, IoT and Developer Sessions at Build 2016

Dear “Azureans” Now that Build is becoming a recent memory, and Easter is over, we can all return to the slow awakening of Spring, and implementing all those fresh ideas! Just to relive some of those wonderful presentations this year, and maybe to enrich you with some you may have missed, below are some of…

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