Campion is an edge-deployed, circuit-breaking middleware that helps distributed architectures fail gracefully.
Campion integrates quickly into the request/response cycle between a network service or external API and the rest of the system. It tracks the success and latency of every response from the protected architectures. Should the service fail or become overloaded, Campion 'flips', cutting off traffic to the failed service, and protecting the rest of the system from cascading failure.
Campion is can be deployed on either Cloudflare or AWS.
Over the course of my career, I’ve honed a keen eye for detail, an aggressive, pro-active approach to problem-solving, and a ‘casually professional’ approach to team dynamics.
My software development philosophy is people-centric, which means writing code and developing systems that are resilient, easy to maintain, and most importantly, built with an eye towards the overall team goals.
I’m currently breaking a Ruby monolith into a Node-based, service-oriented architecture, containerized with Docker and deployed on Google Cloud.
|I'm comfortable with everything here, but my preferred stack is yours.|
|Ruby, Rails, Node, FeatherJS, Express, BASH||React/Redux, Node, Vue.js, HTML/CSS, JQuery, Bootstrap||PostgreSQL, Cloud SQL, MongoDB, Redis||GCP (ACE-Certified), Terraform, AWS, Cloudflare, Digital Ocean, RESTful APIs||Docker, Postman, Gitlab, OpenAPI, Github, Twilio, Jira, Google|