IronSharp is a great new contribution from a long-time supporter and user of IronMQ, IronWorker, and IronCache.
Jeremy Bell created IronSharp to provide updated access in .NET to all Iron.io services. It’s a simple solid library that wraps the API calls for IronMQ, IronWorker, and IronCache and includes support for the latest Iron.io features. (It also has a great logo and GitHub page.) Continue reading “IronSharp — .NET Client Library for Iron.io (a contribution from a user)”
The other day we blogged about a map-reduce contribution from the Iron.io community. Here’s another great contribution from an Iron.io user which highlights handling commit transactions within a database all the while coordinating downstream events using a message queue.
Jef Claes is a developer in Belgium that has written a few things about IronMQ in the past (here and here). His latest blog post addresses maintaining eventual consistent domain events using RavenDB and IronMQ. It’s a short post but a good rundown on how to maintain consistency when transactions involved multiple distributed systems. Continue reading “Event Handling with .NET, RaventDB, and IronMQ”
IronWorker now supports .NET so you can run .NET code at scale. Let your .NET workers process big data, send massive notifications, collect data from API’s, schedule tasks, etc. All in the cloud, no servers required.
Here’s a quick Hello Worker example so you can see how easy it is to get started.
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