Particular Software - Trusted experts in enterprise development
Developers today are tasked with building larger systems than ever before. It's not just about scalability - the world we're modeling is much more intricate. Unfortunately, the traditional approaches don't hold up anymore and the behemoth enterprise programming stacks are just too complex.
Let us show you another way
After decades of working with these convulated layers of abstraction and obstruction, our team has found the "middle road". We've restructured the rock-solid underlying technologies from these behemoths into a platform just as stable but much simpler and easier to use.
Including the world largest banks, retailers, auto manufacturers, insurance companies, energy and media powerhouses - across every industry, from the smallest startups to the Global 2000, thousands rely on our platform.
The open-source NServiceBus project was founded in 2006 by Udi Dahan. The project grew out of a codebase Udi used with his clients since 2003 to build distributed systems for the aerospace industry where you could say it was "battle hardened" from day one.
NServiceBus Ltd. was founded in 2010 to provide services and support to the thousands of companies using NServiceBus as the backbone of their distributed systems.
In 2013, the company started operating under the Particular Software brand as a part of expanding its product offering into a much broader platform.
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Park Bench Panel Discussion w/ .NET Rocks!
Featuring Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell
Put your questions to a panel of experts at the end of day one of NSBCon. This panel will be led by Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell from .NET Rocks and will take questions from the floor. If you have questions about The Future of Services Architecture, this is the forum for you
Beyond the POC, what to expect from the road ahead with the Particular Service Platform
Featuring Adam Fyles
After completing a POC typically we are left with a lot of open questions, most importantly how do we adopt this thing across the organization?nservicebus .net
Under the Hood of Particular Software
Featuring Andreas Ohlund
Continuously delivering a top quality platform on which customers build and run their businesses is not a challenge to be taken lightly. Join Andreas Öhlund, Director of Engineering at Particular Software, for a journey through custom tooling, testing the un-testable and massive cloud service...nservicebus .net
NServiceBus - Lego Style
Featuring Indu Alagarsamy
Take a deeper dive into exploring the depths of the NServiceBus API. Among the other things that we'll explore, we'll focus on how handlers get invoked and what is involved when trying to invoke a message handler.soa event-driven-architecture nservicebus
Building a Highly Scalable File Processing Platform with NServiceBus
Featuring Sam Martindale
In this session, Sam will talk about two unrelated US based companies, both adopting NServiceBus to accomplish their goals of scaling the consumption of massive amounts of raw data in order to power their respective businesses.nservicebus .net
Featuring Jimmy Bogard
Building systems with NServiceBus is easy, but scaling can be a challenge. While the developer-friendly APIs and safe-by-default modes are great for the majority of systems I work with, I've found that scaling is not as simple as turning a dial to achieve better performance.nservicebus distributed-system soa