Guest Post - NATS as a Secure and Scalable control plane for Go, AWS, and Microsoft SQL Server based Microservices

By: Mark Songhurst - Date: January 24, 2017

Equine Register provides the government, industry and members of the public with bespoke digital tools and services that increase equine welfare and combat criminal activity. We are actively replacing legacy paper-based systems with smartphone and web delivered solutions which provide unequivocal information regarding the identity, history, health and ownership of an equine from it’s birth onwards. I am responsible for the design and implementation of the architecture providing our RESTful API, which needs to serve an array of different Clients and be capable of supporting new functionality with minimal delay and impact. Read More…


Guest Post: Using NATS For Secure, Fast, Low-latency IoT Sensor Messaging

By: Danko Miocevic - Date: September 14, 2016

I am in the process of launching a company I’ve founded in the IoT sensors space. I hope to be able to share more details very soon, but I wanted to share what I can in the meantime with the developer community about how we are using NATS in our IoT messaging initiatives and would be very interested in any feedback, suggestions or questions! Our platform is based on an IoT network of distributed sensors. Read More…


Event Enabling the Internet of Things using AWS Lambda, NATS and Apcera

By: Dean Sheehan - Date: February 10, 2016

Recently I decided to see how easy it would be to create an AWS Lambda equivalent within the Apcera trusted cloud platform and use NATS as an event source for triggering function invocations. This blog entry gives an outline of AWS Lambda, the approach I took to get a first implementation up and running and offers up some thoughts on possible futures. What is AWS Lambda? AWS Lambda (λ) is computation without computers, or at least without the explicit notion of computer machines, virtual or physical hosts; in many ways, the ultimate evolution of Platform As A Service and Microservice architectures. Read More…