like many ServiceNow pros, Semaphore comes to mind when there is a performance issue, however, Semaphore is much bigger than that. here I am trying to learn more about Semaphore.
What is Semaphore?
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according to ServiceNow docs and JVM docs, Semaphore manages and protects ServiceNow resources and limits the number of activities for a specific resource. Semaphore does that by controlling transaction queues in a first-in-first-out fashion(FIFO).
When I started my ServiceNow career back in 2013 there were mainly three technical roles:
- System Admin
- App Developer
- Implementation Specialist
maybe those roles were enough at the time, however as the platform continues to grow ServiceNow introduced Architect certificate and also we now see a great emphasis on the architect role
so, What does actually ServiceNow Architect suppose to do ?
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I am reading great book at the moment titled Clean Architecture A Craftsman’s Guide to Software Structure and Design and I ask myself, is there anything I can apply from this book… i think the answer is yes! As ServiceNow professionals, can we learn anything from Single Responsibility Principle for example? I think yes again.
But first, what is Single Responsibility Principle?
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