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Understanding Headless Development with Sitecore

Understanding Headless Development with Sitecore

Recently I was giving a talk to a group of wonderful people about the importance of headless development in general and for Sitecore in particular, compared to the old way of doing things with ASPNET MVC. This article will be helpful to marketing people and those on the development side who somehow managed to miss […]

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Kubernetes Multi-Cluster Management – Part 3

Introduction In part I of our Kubernetes multi-cluster management series, we’ve talked about the basics of GitOps and explained why you should really consider GitOps as a central tenet of your Kubernetes management strategy. In part II, we looked at a reference implementation of GitOps using ArgoCD, and how to organize your GitOps repositories for […]

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Review of Industrial IoT Solutions – Part I

Introduction Edge computing and more generally the rise of Industry 4.0 delivers tremendous value for your business. Having the right data strategy is critical to get access to the right information at the right time and place. Processing data on-site allows you to react to events near real-time and propagating that data to every part […]

Verify source network address translation with wget

I was working with a customer recently to troubleshoot problems with Microsoft Lync Application Sharing and I needed to verify the source network address translation (NAT) of the Lync Edge server external interface IP addresses.  The customer had a fairly typical Lync Edge server implementation: one internal DMZ zone network interface with one private IP address and […]

Adobe’s Graphic Primer on HTML5 and CSS3

If you are like me, you know that html5 and CSS3 has some really nice functionality that can help make a slick interface.  If you are also like me, you only have a small idea of what that really means.  Adobe has a great site that walks you through many of the capabilities brought to […]