The Work-From-Home (WFH) business model is increasingly being used as the COVID-19 situation increases. For some like Mitrais, years of experience in the execution and management of remote teams means that we are well equipped to pass these tests. See some steps we have taken to strengthen our position during this time.
Information Security is a key requirement, necessary to protect confidential information of an organisation and its clients. At Mitrais, we ensure that all of our developers follow Secure Software Development processes, and they are part of our security standard. Here are some of the GitHub security best practices that we follow.
Scalable and resilient are crucial requirements in creating an application, especially for an application with on-premise infrastructure. This article discuss several techniques to make our infrastructure scalable & resilient.
In discussing Development Platforms for mobile and web applications, there are two new interesting brands to examine. Firebase is Google’s offering, and AWS Amplify is being touted by Amazon. In this article, we dig deeper into the features and the pros-cons of these products to help you decide which is the better for you.
Apache Kafka was originally developed by LinkedIn and later handed over to the open source community in early 2011. Apache Kafka can be used for various useful purposes within an organisation. This article will describe how to set up a Kafka environment to enable Kafka features.
We are pleased to announce that Mitrais has achieved accreditation and certification in ISO 27001:2013 for Information Security Management Systems. The accreditation process included detailed audits of how Mitrais protects client and employee information, manages risks to information security effectively, and achieves compliance with international standards. Mitrais’ accreditation is just one more demonstration of our commitment to providing world’s best services that add value to your businesses.
Having different teams cooperating on a software development project can be tricky, and can result in FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) in the process. FUD will, in turn, make success much more difficult to achieve. This article highlights some of the most common areas of FUD, and the reality behind them.
Starting in .NET Framework 4, the Task-based Asynchronous Pattern (or TAP) was introduced, superseding 2 former patterns (APM and EAP). TAP provides the ability to build migration routines more easily than using the earlier patterns. In this article we are going to dig deeper into .net Asynchronous (to help you with breakfast!).
In the previous article we discussed the Gateway Service, an entry point into our Microservice system. In this last part of the journey, we discuss implementing our Registry Service to make service registration automatic.
Emergent design is no less important in Agile projects, and should be a continuous effort for your Agile team. Learn some practical techniques on how to apply ‘Emergent Design’ in your Agile projects in this article.
In the software development world, maintenance plays an important role. It’s like an after-sales service after buying a new car. But, there is more to maintenance than bug-fixing. Find out more about Software Maintenance is in this article.
Starting from January 2019, Oracle has changed its Java licensing model. If you find yourself confused about which Java that you should use, this graphic should help to make it clearer for you.