Understanding Microservices Architecture – Part 2

In the previous blog of “Understanding Microservices Architecture – Part 1“, we did a detailed study about monolithic v/s microservices architecture, the benefits and drawbacks of each architecture and the solution approaches to it. I highly recommend you to read the “Understanding Microservices Architecture – Part 1” blog before diving into this blog as it …

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Understanding the Microservices Architecture

Development Community around the world is pushing the software development approach to shift from Monolithic to Microservices architecture. Most of us accept this shift without understanding the WHY, WHAT, WHEN and HOW of Microservices. In this blog, we will try to understand What is essential for an organization to shift from Monolithic to Microservices Archirecture …

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the grub-efi-amd64-signed package failed to install into /target/ Ubuntu 18.04

I was trying to install Ubuntu 18.04 LTS on my ASUS K55VM Laptop directly into an external HDD and was continuously getting the error during installation “the grub-efi-amd64-signed package failed to install into /target/“. After searching in google & trying out different options, the only option that worked for me is: In the partition screen, …

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Customizing Registration Handler Apex Code – Salesforce Open ID Connect Auth Provider

When you play with Salesforce Single Sign On, it is most probable that you will come across something called as “Registration Handler” class. In this blog, we will take a deep dive into understanding what a RegistrationHandler class is, how to create it, how to customize it and finally use it for production. What is …

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How to view GAC DLL’s in Windows 10 Developer Machine

To view a list of the assemblies in the global assembly cache At the Visual Studio command prompt, type the following command: gacutil -l -or- gacutil /l In earlier versions of the .NET Framework, the Shfusion.dll Windows shell extension enabled you to view the global assembly cache in File Explorer. Beginning with the .NET Framework 4, Shfusion.dll is …

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