Lukasz Guminski

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The .NET experience with microservices (.NET Core/Docker/Kubernetes/WeaveNet/Azure)

Nov 11, 2016 by Lukasz Guminski

The .NET experience with microservices (.NET Core/Docker/Kubernetes/WeaveNet/Azure)

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Comments on Semantic Monitoring & Scheduling

Sep 8, 2016 by Lukasz Guminski

Since first publishing the Monitoring Performance in Microservice Architectures article in a post, I have received many questions, which I am going to address here. I am also going to use this opportunity to discuss other aspects of distributed computing such as scheduling, support, and tracing.

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Self-Organizing Microservices - Evaluating ContainerPilot on Mantl

Apr 29, 2016 by Lukasz Guminski

Recently I became interested in ContainerPilot - the idea of “self-aware and self-operating” containers promoted by Joyent. I decided to perform a few experiments to see how it behaves on top of Cisco’s Mantl platform, which was well suited for my needs. In this blog post I am going to share the results and discuss the potential benefits of the technology.

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Monitoring Performance in Microservice Architectures

Dec 4, 2015 by Lukasz Guminski

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From Microservices To Artificial Intelligence Operating System

Aug 28, 2015 by Lukasz Guminski

While microservices are a relatively new concept, industry leaders have been using the same principles - namely high granularity of design, isolation, and automation - for years. And what they share suggests that soon we are about to face a technological crisis. It was well expressed by Adrian Cockcroft (a former cloud architect of Netflix), who demonstrated how hard it is to understand a system built of thousands of densely interconnected.

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