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We regularly write about our technical experiences (good and bad) and what we're learning from the market.

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    Through a Fathers Eye - A Deloitte Dad Poem

    Posted by Sivapalan Sasindran on 25 June 2019

    mental health, wellbeing, work life balance, career break, return to work, people & culture, life at deloitte, Parental Leave

    The Wake-Up Call

    "Dha! Dha! Dha! Dha!" a cheeky smile and her beautiful eyes - This is my wake-up call.

    I gaze across and I never imagined how much joy it could bring. 

    Her gorgeous miniature self. No alarms. No morning meeting rushes.

    Notifications silenced.

    My baby girl. This is my wake-up call.

    We trade faces,...

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    'Little' things

    Posted by Chris Chio on 12 June 2019

    Join Our Team, Employee Happiness, Careers, Slack, culture, work life balance, people & culture, life at deloitte

    DPE – A different perspective

     

    Deloitte Platform Engineering (DPE), as the name implies, encapsulates who we are in a nutshell – a highly skilled and agile engineering team (yes, a team of engineers) with the backing of a world-class firm modernising and delivering high-value solutions for our customers.

    As shown in...

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    Messaging Endpoints: Enterprise Integration Patterns on Azure Integration Services

    Posted by Paco de la Cruz on 05 June 2019

    Azure Functions, Enterprise Integration Patterns, Logic Apps, Service Bus, Azure Event Grid, Azure Integration Services

    In the previous post of the series, I described how messages can be transmitted from a sender application to intended receiver applications through Messaging Channels, and how the Azure Integration Services can be leveraged to implement these Enterprise Integration Patterns. Messaging Endpoints are the application...

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    Messaging Channels: Enterprise Integration Patterns on Azure Integration Services

    Posted by Paco de la Cruz on 09 May 2019

    Azure Functions, Enterprise Integration Patterns, Logic Apps, Service Bus, Azure Event Grid, messaging, Azure Integration Services

    In the previous post of the series, I covered how application data are to be serialised and packaged into messages so they can be transmitted between applications. In this post, I’ll describe the Messaging Channels patterns, which focus on solving the challenges of transmitting messages from a sender application to...

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    6 Ways Passing Secrets to ARM Templates

    Posted by Justin Yoo on 24 April 2019

    Azure Resource Manager, ARM Templates, DevOps, Azure Key Vault, Azure Pipelines, YARM CLI, Azure DevOps, Linked Templates

    Whenever you deal with ARM templates, you always face to handle some sensitive information. This is mainly for API keys handling. How can you cope with those values other than hard-code them into the templates? There are six different ways to handle them we’re going to discuss in this post.

    1. Use ARM Template...

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    Knocking on Azure's Front Door

    Posted by Ross McDermott on 18 April 2019

    Azure, Azure Front Door, Networking

    If you too identify as unapologetically 'geeky', join our team as we seek to solve wicked problems within Complex Programs, Process Engineering, Integration, Cloud Platforms, DevOps & more!

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    The ability to create global scale web applications using Azure...

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    Dashboarding JVM metrics from OpenShift pods

    Posted by James Garner on 16 April 2019

    docker, kubernetes, openshift, grafana, dashboard, influxdb, jolokia, jmx

    Recently on a client engagement, I needed to extract some real-time metrics from some Mule pods running in an OpenShift environment. At that point in time, we were engaged in a performance testing activity, and while the tests were actually passing successfully, the lack of visibility into the pods made me nervous. I...

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    Automate Kafka Testing

    Posted by Tabish Ghani on 12 April 2019

    Testing, unit-testing, kafka, Fast-Data

    Overview

    Apache Kafka is being leveraged very commonly and forms some of large scale and important systems in the world processing trillions of messages per day. It is serving as pipeline backbone for many companies in financial and tech industry.

    Before I continue, I want to set some expectations. The point of this...

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    Message Construction: Enterprise Integration Patterns on Azure Integration Services

    Posted by Paco de la Cruz on 10 April 2019

    Azure Functions, Enterprise Integration Patterns, Logic Apps, Service Bus, Azure Event Grid, Azure iPaaS

    When we are designing a message-based integration solution, one of the first things we need to define is how the application data are going to be serialised into messages, so they can be transmitted to other applications. The Message Construction Enterprise Integration Patterns provide documented knowledge that can...

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    Back to the future

    Posted by Sarah Fernando on 05 April 2019

    work life balance, career break, return to work, people & culture

    A story of a mom who believed she would never return to work

    I joined Deloitte Platform Engineering (DPE) in November 2018. This is my first job in sunny Australia. Having moved to Melbourne from London almost five years back, returning to work has been a daunting idea which turned out to be a surprisingly pleasant...

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