Scalable Distributed Design Video Recording Available

The video of Chris Tite’s latest presentation on Scalable Distributed Design is available for streaming from the Instruct Video Channel.

Recorded on 8 April 2014 at the Riverside Hotel, Chris introduced the principle of distributed system design, giving insights that helped the attendees to apply what they learned in a practical way.

The session covered;

  • SOA Architectural patterns.
  • Introduction to the Service Bus
  • Hands-on with NServiceBus: An introduction to NServiceBus, setting up the environment, and writing a SOA empowered application with NServiceBus.
  • Practical examples of real Kaleidocode implementations.

Designing scalable distributed systems is not an easy task, it requires a completely different approach to system architecture design. A key consideration in distributed systems is the need to maintain consistency, availability and reliability in the face of system failures. New technologies are at hand to make it easier to implement distributed systems but are no silver bullet when it comes to designing such systems.

A key principle of distributed system design is SOA. Implemented correctly SOA reduces unnecessary dependencies that can, over time, creep into large systems and concretises interactions and integrations that should ideally remain flexible. The real practice of SOA reduces and resolves the “corporate arthritis” and can inject flexibility back into your systems, encouraging the reuse of functionality and reducing the total maintenance costs of operations and development.

NServiceBus Workshop – Invites Sent and then Sold Out!

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Well a few short days after sending out the invitations for the private limited seating NServiceBus workshop to be held on 10 May at the Kaleidocode offices we must report it’s sold out already. Registrations came in thick and fast, and over the Easter weekend all the seats were taken. For those who did not get a chance to get a ticket, we really apologise – we can only accomodate 9 attendees. Our best suggestion is to go along to the Eventbrite event page and get yourself added to the wait list – possibly there may be a cancellation.

Eventbrite - Workshop - Scalable Distributed Design
To give you an idea about the format of the workshop (our first), take a look at the agenda/promo below:

Introducing an Instruct private workshop to deep dive into the recent content presented by Chris Tite, entrepreneur, architect and speaker on Scalable Distributed Design.

A key element of distributed system design was presented as Service Orientated Architecture (SOA). Chris discussed patterns and demonstrated a basic NServiceBus implementation.

In this workshop Chris will guide as you personally get hands on with NServiceBus and work through some samples and objectives.

During the workshop you will get exposed to:

  1. Setting up the environment
  2. Working through the demo examples used in the presentation
  3. Writing your own SOA empowered application with NServiceBus

For more information about Chris please see christite.net. For more information or for additional invitations please contact Rory Clarke on 031 303 2299, or rory.clarke@kaleidocode.co.za. To catch up with past Instruct events go to https://www.youtube.com/user/instructchannel/videos.

Event: Scalable Distributed Design

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Join us for a coffee and muffin Instruct presentation by Chris Tite, entrepreneur, architect and speaker on Scalable Distributed Design.

Designing scalable distributed systems is not an easy task, it requires a completely different approach to system architecture design. A key consideration in distributed systems is the need to maintain consistency, availability and reliability in the face of system failures. New technologies are at hand to make it easier to implement distributed systems, but are no silver bullet when it comes to designing such systems.

Eventbrite - Scalable Distributed Design

A key principle of distributed system design is Service Orientated Architecture (SOA). Implemented correctly, SOA reduces unnecessary dependencies that can over time creep into large systems concretising interactions and integrations that should ideally remain flexible. The real practice of SOA reduces and resolves the “corporate arthritis” and injects flexibility back into your systems, encouraging the reuse of functionality and reducing the total maintenance costs of operations and development.

In this session Chris introduces the principle of distributed system design, giving insights to help you apply what you learn in a practical way. The session will cover;

  • SOA Architectural patterns
  • Introduction to the Service Bus
  • Hands-on with NServiceBus:
    • An introduction to NServiceBus
    • Setting up the environment
    • Writing a SOA empowered application with NServiceBus
  • Practical examples of Kaleidocode implementations.

For more information about Chris please see christite.net.

For an invitation contact Chris at chris.tite@kaleidocode.co.za or Rory at rory.clarke@kaleidocode.co.za / 031 303 2299 or register below.

Eventbrite - Scalable Distributed Design

To review the video of the last KC Instruct event, NoSQL Explained go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6gn2kuOTV0 or catch up with all past events at https://www.youtube.com/user/instructchannel/videos

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