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Recent Articles

Why I migrated my work laptop to Linux

It’s been 3 years since I totally switched to Linux for my work machine. Since all this time, I still have colleagues or clients who wonder about “how is it possible”.

So, here is my feedback! I am not going to go into the eternal “abc vs xyz” war nor try to convince you – I’m just going to be factual about using Linux for my context.

Architecture Basics: Recoverability

After Availability, this one will focus on Recoverability. If they are often associated, these two Design Qualities are nevertheless unique.
Let’s dig on what that means, what are the pitfalls and some examples.

What is a Cloud Management Platform (CMP) ?

CMP are solutions for a company to create a services catalog. Besides of this description, what is really a CMP, what are the key thing to take care, and do you need a CMP ?

Architecture Basics: Availability

In the previous article, we briefly saw what Design Qualities are and their place in the design process.
**Availability** is one of the main pillars of Design Qualities in infrastructure design.
We will detail what Availability is, how IT can use it and what you can expect from it.

Architecture Basics: Introducing Design Qualities

Enterprise Architecture is large and complex, let’s start by focusing on the technical points:
A series of “back to basics” articles begins with this introduction to understand where Design Qualities come from, before going deeper into the most important qualities and why it matters.

Converting VMs to Containers makes a modernized Application?

With the recent boom in containers, I’m hearing more and more saying we need to containerize everything . Some even claim that moving to containers will modernize the application.
We will go through this problem of container and modernization, and demystify myths and realities …


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