This sample goes through the basics of creating an Azure Function that triggers on a new Azure Storage Queue message. The function can then be deployed to Kubernetes with KEDA for event driven activation and scale.
Nice step-by-step walk through for using Azure Functions with Kubernetes.
Theoretically, it should show that the email was opened at the time and place that they opened it, too.
Source: What is a tracking pixel and can strangers really spy on me through email? – The Verge
Unless the company makes changes to its encryption and retention policies, using Slack could put your data at risk.
Source: Opinion | What if All Your Slack Chats Were Leaked? – The New York Times
Speed is good, as long as your carrier is generous with the data plan.
Source: 5G in Australia: Supersonic speeds raise data consumption questions – CNET
So happy to see us finally moving towards event–driven data streams instead of polling (ugh).
In SSE a browser can subscribe to a stream of events generated by a server, receiving updates whenever a new event occurs
Source: Server-Sent Events (SSE): A Conceptual Deep Dive – DZone Integration
Interesting post, well worth reading.
In an event-driven architecture, components perform activity in response to receiving events and emit events to trigger activities in other components. In an event-sourced architecture, components record a history of events that occurred to the entities they manage, and calculate the state of an entity from the sequence of events that relate to it.
Source: Mistakes we made adopting event sourcing (and how we recovered)
An overview of my different series on patterns in distributed systems.
Source: DDD and Messaging Architectures