These are chat archives for BizArk/BizArk3

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Jun 2016
Brian Brewder
@bbrewder
Jun 10 2016 03:08
I'm thinking of delaying releasing BizArk 3 until we update it to .Net Platform Standard 1.0 (.Net Core). This will allow developers to use BizArk in new .Net core applications, such as ASP.Net core, which allows support for multiple operating systems. I want to delay in case updating it causes breaking changes in BizArk. Any thoughts on this?
Brian Brewder
@bbrewder
Jun 10 2016 03:16
What about creating a services framework for BizArk? I've been working on one for work and realized that there really isn't anything decent out there (at least not that I've found). The services framework would provide tooling for installation, scheduling, configuration, logging, and monitoring of services. I know that my company has dozens of services spread out over many machines throughout the organization. Up until recently, they each handled these tasks independently and monitoring was not practical (since they all handled logging differently). The framework I've been building at work seems to be very effective for us, but it is very specific to our company. I've got some ideas that I think will make this work in most businesses that require back-end services to do essential business tasks. As a note, this framework will not be handling any kind of message queuing or anything like that. There are plenty of tools available for that kind of stuff.