IoT Platform PoC

Hi, today I am starting the new coding adventure that probably takes me few weekends. It will be IoT Platform PoC based on Multi Service Bus Core 2.0. I have got only one Raspberry Pi 3, and for PoC I plan use some small sensor, maybe for temperature in our home. I do not have sensor that is able to use MQTT, but I Continue ReadingIoT Platform PoC

Multi Service Bus Core 2.0

Hi, today I want to present to you Multi Service Bus Core 2.0. The new version has a lot of small bugs fixed. I recently bought to myself very good tool to draw diagrams. Below I will want first starting with showing the concept diagram. Multi-Service Bus Core 2.0 offers Server to Client communication. It is important point so I described it first with Continue ReadingMulti Service Bus Core 2.0

Multi Service Bus Core on Raspberry Pi 3

Hi, today thanks to solution that I found on the Internet named Setting up Raspian and .NET Core 2.0 on Raspberry Pi I was able to configure .NET Core 2.0 and Multi Service Bus Core on the Raspberry Pi 3. This is a kind of PoC – Proof-of-Concept that makes possible to use on R Pi 3 for sensors for IoT my own service Continue ReadingMulti Service Bus Core on Raspberry Pi 3

Multi Service Bus Core Released

Hi, today the .NET Core 2.0 was released, so I am very happy to announce that Multi Service Bus Core is now ready for production. I developed it on macOS Sierra 10.12.6 and below you can find the tests results of this ready for IoT and Multi-Core coding library… I did not change anything in code from last post about Multi Service Bus Core, Continue ReadingMulti Service Bus Core Released

Azure SaaS and Multi Service Bus Core

Hi, today I would like to share with you some architecture of Azure SaaS. I learn Azure over a year and I have a chance to combine many things together, However, I have not got a chance yet to combine it with the Multi-Service Bus Core. So today I would like to share your idea of SaaS communication I have many years from now. Continue ReadingAzure SaaS and Multi Service Bus Core

Multi Service Bus Core

Hi, this is a day I was looking forward for about two years. At least I am able to put here pre-release of the Multi-Service Bus Core solution. It is pre-release because .NET Core 2.0 is still in preview2 stage. This is for me revolutionary code. It is something best I ever did. The C# piece of code that before even .NET Core start Continue ReadingMulti Service Bus Core

Multi Service Bus Design FAQ

What communication objects MSB has? There are 5 object classes for communication only. There are 2 Requesters, 2 Receivers and 1 Responder. What communication model MSB has? There is 1-way communication between Requester and Receiver. There is 2-way communication between Requester and Receiver with no response guaranteed by communication model contract. There is 2-way communication between Requester and Responder with response guaranteed by communication Continue ReadingMulti Service Bus Design FAQ

Multi Service Bus Project Launch

Hi, I started today Multi Service Bus (GIT repo) project. Already I have full C# implementation. And I will be working on other languages implementations. First on Java and than on C++. I have some ideas how to made this in Java, but overall I am not Java expert, only C# expert, so that may be a bit difficult at the beginning. But I Continue ReadingMulti Service Bus Project Launch

SimpleServiceBus

Hi, today I would like to share with you SimpleServiceBus solution. I created this because I want to combine my all previous experience in communication components and both Multi-Core and Multi-Threading knowledge. The main reason for make this solution was to create the same simple abstraction for communication In-Proc, In-Host, In-Net in exactly the same way. SimpleServiceBus was build as a combination of the Continue ReadingSimpleServiceBus