Architecture

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Optimizely CMS – the Importance of GUIDs and Assembly Names

In the Optimizely CMS world, we see GUIDs everywhere. They are unique identifiers for content types and more. As part of Optimizely CMS development, developers are advised to always specify GUIDs in their Content-Type declarations. If one isn’t specified, the DB assigns one dynamically when saving the Content-type. A big reason for this is that […]

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Azure Application Insights – Cost Save with this Simple Optimization

Let’s discuss Azure Application Insights and the simple optimization we can do to avoid surprise bills. Azure Application Insights can be used to monitor and check our applications’ health, analyze logs and other metrics related to our application, and view other resources which are included in our Azure subscription. Many teams may have different objectives […]

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Cool Things You Can Do with Marketo’s REST API

Hey, friend! This is April Deibert and Sam Schwarz with the Marketo Team, a part of the Digital Marketing Solutions Practice here at Perficient. Over the past year, we’ve worked on some cool client projects where we used our Marketo REST API skills creatively. We thought you might appreciate learning more. If any of these […]

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IBM Cloud Pak for Data- Multicloud Data Integration and Data Governance

IBM Cloud Pak for Data- Multicloud Data Integration and Data Governance: As we all know, IBM Cloud Pak for Data is a cloud-native solution that enables you to put your data to work quickly and efficiently. Let’s understand below features of IBM Cloud Pak for Data. I’ll also be discussing what practical experience I have […]

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Optimizely CMS 12 – Dependency Injection(DI) – StructureMap vs ASP.Net Core

If you are upgrading to Optimizely CMS 12, one of the breaking changes to consider is the change to the Dependency Injection(DI) framework. Earlier versions of Optimizely CMS had their own DI hosting framework that supported other concrete DI implementations, like StructureMap. With CMS 12 and ASP.Net Core, DI framework is built into the system. […]

Azure Databricks

Azure Databricks – Capacity Planning for optimum Spark Cluster

Overview: Today the terminology “Data Analytics” becomes a buzz across all industries & enterprises. Every organization strongly believes Data Analytics greatly helps to get insight & accelerate the business strategies in order to grow & lead in their fast and ever-changing markets. Azure Databricks: Azure Databricks is a data analytics platform optimized for the Microsoft […]

Performance Blog

The Azure Well-Architected Framework: Performance Efficiency Pillar

The Azure Well-Architected Framework was introduced in July of 2020 to help manage the growing complexity of the cloud. The framework consists of five pillars of architectural excellence: Reliability Security Cost Optimization Operational Excellence Performance Efficiency The pillars of the framework can rarely be implemented individually. As you continue to grow the functional capability of […]

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Internet Explorer is officially retiring – what does it mean for Oracle Clinical, RDC, and TMS?

As of 15th June 2022, Microsoft’s venerable web browser, Internet Explorer, will finally be officially retired and desupported on Windows platforms; it’s earned its rest! This quick post will discuss what that means for the Oracle Clinical/RDC/TMS suite of applications. As any users of the OC suite will know, Internet Explorer was, for most of […]

On Scala’s parenthesis convention for no-arg functions

One might be confused or even angered when they learn about Scala’s convention regarding parenthesis usage for no-arg functions. The convention is this: given a no-arg function, you use put parentheses next to the function call only if the function has side effects. So, you would invoke a function named printCurrentState by writing printCurrentState(), since printCurrentState […]

Get Healthcare IT and Business Leaders Marching to the Same Beat

Strengthening Healthcare C-Suite Relationships & Partnership: IT, Marketing, Revenue

What do the Chief Information Officer (CIO), Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), and Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) need from each other in order to deliver on transformative business outcomes and customer success? Certainly not more short-term fixes. Instead, they need three things: A cross-functional partnership Shared longer-term business and IT roadmaps Nimble architecture  “Just 36% of […]

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Introduction to Spring Framework for Java

Introduction to Spring Framework for Java This article walks through the basics of using Spring Framework for Java. From a very, very high level point of view, Spring Framework infers a program’s runtime behavior from labels that the programmer attaches to pieces of code. There are many different groupings of labels, and each grouping of […]

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Is GraphQL Right for Your Application Architecture?

Your mobile applications and web applications need to get their data from somewhere, and that somewhere is most often your API layer.  So how you design and build your APIs will have a big impact on the success of your mobile and web applications and therefore on the happiness of your customers. One key decision […]

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