Azure CosmosDB – the new dog in the Cloud. Surely our old friend SQL is good enough?

For years, as developers we have chosen by default some form of SQL or relational database management system  – RDBMS to store application data – probably because that is all there was at the time. But now we are entering the age of the cloud and alternatives are beginning to appear. so how does RDBMS fair? Continue reading “Azure CosmosDB – the new dog in the Cloud. Surely our old friend SQL is good enough?”

Understanding and becoming GDPR compliant – part 2

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will soon be upon us. See part 1. So how can we build a public facing infrastructure to move to GDPR compliance? What kind of GDPR focused applications can we expect to appear on the market and what are they likely to look like? Continue reading “Understanding and becoming GDPR compliant – part 2”