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By Adron Hall on August 22, 2013
One of the features that is often available in Riak Client software (including the CorrguatedIron .NET Client, the riak-js client and others) is the ability to send requests to the Riak Cluster through a round robin style approach. What this means is each IP, of each node within the Riak Cluster is entered into a […]
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By Martijn Linssen on August 1, 2011
I’ve made the mistake once again: underestimating an enterprise’s business and process flow while looking at it from a conceptual or logical point of view, before hitting what we call the physical layer. Call me an idiot please, yes you can.
Let me use a few metaphors and make this an easy one to understand. I’ll follow the model above.
My client sells candy. Red, green and blue.
Posted in Application Software, Featured Posts | Tagged application development, architecture, Candy, Capgemini, Data quality, Enterprise architect, Enterprise architecture, knowledge, maturity, Supply Chain | 2 Responses