David Alia posts

Archi & Techno

OCTO’s vision on the Service Mesh: radiography of the Service Mesh

This year, the Service Meshs are of all conferences: istio, linkerd, kubeflix, even zuul?... In a first article, we positioned the Service Mesh and its stakes in the ecosystem of microservices. We will now propose a radiography of these. Our definition of Service Mesh is as follows: The Service Mesh refers to a platform responsible for ensuring the security, routing and traceability of communications between microservice applications deployed dynamically in containers. Different solutions have emerged to meet these needs: At the infrastructure level, container orchestration…

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Archi & Techno

Big data : some myths

At my hairdresser’s, on the coffee table, I came across one of those hype men's magazines with a model on the cover and the promise to learn how to avoid 10 common mistakes when wearing a tie. I accidentally open the page 34: "The Big Data revolution."  

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The Web Giants: the book is being translated!

We are very proud to announce that our best-seller book "Les Géants du Web" is currently being translated into English. The PDF version should be available for free during July, the print version should be available at the end of August on Amazon platforms. As for the French version, we'll publish chapters on this blog every week while you wait for the definitive version. Stay tuned!

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Methodology

Which format for your code review?

We mainly use two code review formats in our projects: collective review which is rather formal and peer review, which is lighter. Both have advantages and drawbacks: Let's look into these formats together and see how to implement them within a team. But first things first: what is a code review and what benefits can we expect? In most areas involving writing, we cannot imagine that what is written is issued without proofreading. An article will always be proofread before publication (e.g. the one you…

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