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 bus. The mentioned solution Multi Service Bus Core took me about 7 years 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, so you can download it from that post if you like. The only 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 with you idea for SaaS communication I have many years from now. To build very easy to use communication for SaaS Cloud backend. 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 support WCF Service Host I am able to connect between Microsoft Windows, 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 model contract.   What types of communication MSB supports? MSB is the same 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 will be working on this, even if I do not know how. Of 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 3 flavors 5 simple generic components Requester<ReqMsg>, Requester<ReqMsg, ResMsg>, Receiver<ReqMsg>, Receiver<ReqMsg, ResMsg>, Responder<ReqMsg, Continue ReadingSimpleServiceBus