Watch an Introduction to Sentinel with Armon Dadgar. Sentinel is an embeddable policy as code framework to enable fine-grained, logic-based policy decisions that can be extended to source external information to make decisions. Treat policy like an application — version control, pull review, and automate tests. Use real programming constructs to determine policy decisions beyond the limited constraints of typical ACL systems.
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Dual-write is an out-of-box infrastructure that provides near-real-time interaction between customer engagement apps and Finance and Operations apps. When data about customers, products, people, and operations flows beyond application boundaries, all departments in an organization are empowered. Dual-write provides tightly coupled, bidirectional integration between Finance and Operations apps and Dataverse. Any data change in Finance and Operations apps causes writes to Dataverse, and any data change in Dataverse causes writes to Finance and Operations apps. This automated data flow provides an integrated user experience across the apps. Dual-write has two aspects: an infrastructure aspect and an application aspect. The dual-write infrastructure is extensible and reliable, and includes the following key features:.
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CQRS is an architectural pattern, which describes a clear distinction between two parts of an application: one that processes commands and one that executes queries on data. Separating these two domains enables developers to build less complex and better maintainable applications. Axon Framework enables developers to easily build their applications following this pattern without having to worry about the non-functional aspects of messaging between components. Location transparency is key, when it comes to designing application components. By ensuring components are unaware of the components they interact with, evolving a monolith into microservices becomes as easy as configuring different messaging components.
A mobile development framework is a software framework that is designed to support mobile app development. It is a software library that provides a fundamental structure to support the development of applications for a specific environment. Frameworks can be in three categories: native frameworks for platform-specific development, mobile web app frameworks, and hybrid apps , which combine the features of both native and mobile web app frameworks. With mobile device manufacturers each having its own preferred development environment, a growth mobile phone application developments that are World Wide Web capable and a large population of HTML savvy developers, there has arisen web-based application frameworks to help developers write applications that can be deployed on multiple devices. March 6, - the first iPhone SDK beta is released to a limited number of developers 4,