Posts by Brian McNamara

Brian is a Solutions Architect focused on enabling customers to develop products and services using Vendia. Prior to Vendia, Brian worked as a serverless solutions architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS). He has experience helping start-ups and enterprises to solve infrastructure automation challenges.

Why GraphQL Isn't Sufficient for Enterprise Blockchains and What We Did About It
Enriching GraphQL with Transactions, Condition Updates, and Ledgering
How to scale your data ecosystem with Vendia Share
Bring multiple data partners from your business network into a controlled, compliant real-time data sharing platform in just minutes with this tutorial from the Solution Architecture team.
Why we combined GraphQL and a serverless distributed ledger
Learn why Vendia selected GraphQL as Vendia' Share's primary interface and how it can improve your development experience with Vendia Share with context from Brian McNamara, Sr. Solutions Architect.
Schema Evolution
Exploring the ability to update the data model in a Universal Application (Uni)
Authenticating Vendia Share Requests Using SAML
Learn how to use existing SAML identity providers to work with Vendia Share
Open Beta Changes
Changes to Vendia Share in advance of the Open Beta
Sharing Data with Fine-grained Control
Defining Data Access Among Partners in a Universal Application
Don't Rip and Replace - Integrate
Use Vendia Share to Complement Existing Data Stores.
Creating a Cross Region Serverless Application in 5 Minutes
Generating and sharing data with multiple parties in a consistent manner across geographic regions is hard. Vendia Share makes it trivial.
Getting Started With Vendia Share
Ready to share code and data across accounts, regions, clouds, and partners? Ready to use any service from any cloud provider to build upon your real-time data? This post will get you started with everything you need to learn about unis and how to develop with Vendia Share
Track & Trace Quickstart - Solving supply chain visibility through data sharing
How to manage logistics across multiple parties regardless of their location and technology stack; forming the foundation of a real-world risk-management focused supply chain system.
Kind Humans Really Work Here
Putting a company policy to the test