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Redis as Backplane to scale your Blazor applications

Redis as Backplane to scale your Blazor applications

In a previous article, we saw that it is possible to use technology such as Redis in its most common use, that is, as a database or cache and as a messaging system, by taking advantage of its publish/subscribe mechanism. This feature, combined with its versatility,...
“Red(e)isign” Publish/Subscribe with Redis

“Red(e)isign” Publish/Subscribe with Redis

I recently had the opportunity to work for one of our customers with an application using Redis. Talking about it with colleagues and studying the documentation, I discovered that this tool could also be used to decouple communication in a software system. Driven...
A world of messages with Azure

A world of messages with Azure

In my previous articles, we have seen how important is decoupling the communications in enterprise applications, and we used on-premise solutions like RabbitMQ or transportation abstraction like Rebus. Cloud offers, in any case, native tools to manage messages....
Orchestrate events with Rebus

Orchestrate events with Rebus

In the previous article, we saw how the use of a service bus could benefit software systems where the decoupling between their parts is necessary. In particular, we have seen how to do that with Rebus. Rebus makes available a very interesting feature: the ability to...