This post is the second post on distributed system architectural debt. If you haven’t read the first post, I recommend that you read about why you acquire architectural debt and how feature-driven architecture development is a main contributor. I also there cover “abstraction debt”, the first of four types of architectural debt I cover in […]
Archives for July 2014
Will switched conferences rule the world and replace transcoded conferences? Say hello to the hybrid bridge!
My last post on SVC and related technologies packed a lot of complex concepts into a fairly short post. If you didn’t quite follow, don’t worry, here is a quick summary of the conclusions: <summary>Video streams come in many different resolutions and qualities depending on the type of video endpoint or client you have, and […]
Distributed System Architectural Debt: The mother of all debts! And it’s feeded by features…
In my previous post, I asked the question “Can you get 4,000+ engineers to work together?” The answer is, in the traditional “together sense”, an obvious no! However, just like ants are building an ant hill, not by talking to each other, but by each ant following a set of rules or behaviours specific to […]