Azure Application Architecture : Web-Queue-Worker

The center of a web-queue-worker architecture is based on the web front-end. The web front-end communicates with the worker using a messaging queue system. The worker is optional. If the application need to perform resource-intensive tasks, long-running workflows, or batch jobs then a worker is needed. Any long-running work is done asynchronously by the worker. … Continue reading Azure Application Architecture : Web-Queue-Worker

Azure Application Architecture : N-tier

The n-tier (multi-tier) architecture is the traditional three-tier application separate with layers of services that has is own responsibility. It can be a logical or physical layers. The typical layers are the presentation (web), a middle tier (application/business) and the data layer (database). You can add any extra layers depending on the needs of the … Continue reading Azure Application Architecture : N-tier