How to break a Monolith into Microservices

Martin Fowler

As monolithic systems become too large to deal with, many enterprises are drawn to breaking them down into the microservices architectural style. It is a worthwhile journey, but not an easy one.

Kubernetes and Microservices

Linux Academy

Microservices are a great way to architect your applications. Today, however, more and more people are designing their applications using a series of many relatively independent and decoupled services, known as microservices. Why Microservices? A microservice architecture comes with a host of benefits. Another benefit of microservices is that they allow individual application components to be separately scaled. A Microservice Application in Kubernetes.

Kong Applies Machine Learning to Microservice Management

The New Stack

Enterprises are moving to microservices, but don’t have the right platform in place to learn from the traffic these microservices are executing,” said Marco Palladino, Kong Chief Technology Officer. “We’re With one configuration can enforce this for any microservice.

The Changing Role of APM in a Microservices World

DevOps.com

Microservices usage has skyrocketed. Fully 91 percent of organizations are using or have plans to use microservices and 92 percent expect to grow their use of microservices in the coming year.

Are microservices a security threat?

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

Liz Rice outlines the security implications of microservices, containers, and serverless. Continue reading Are microservices a security threat

Why Monitoring Can Save Microservices

The New Stack

All too often during the development phase of microservices applications, monitoring is critically missing from the process. However, developers can and should also make monitoring more robust and effective throughout the process when creating microservices. Microservices Sponsored

Microservice Architecture Benefits And Its Business Value

Sunflower Lab

Benefits of microservices architecture and business value it delivers to organizations planning to embrace enterprise agility through automated processes. What are microservices? The microservice architecture helps to reduce development complexity. When to use microservices.

Microservices Done Right, Part 3: Quantifying the Benefits of Microservices

SolutionsIQ

Microservices architecture has become popular over the last several years. Many organizations have seen significant improvements in critical metrics such as time to market, quality, and productivity as a result of implementing microservices. Impact of Microservices.

Divide and Conquer with Microservices

UruIT

How microservices are changing the way we make applications. Thinking about microservices definitely helped me to be a better programmer and take on new challenges, especially since the programming language takes a secondary role. So, what is a microservice?

The Limiting Factors of Microservices Also Apply to FaaS

DevOps.com

A big monolithic application is targeted for re-architecting as a microservices architecture. People excited about microservices get together and break up the design to make it far less monolithic and far more loosely coupled.

How Service Meshes Are a Missing Link for Microservices

The New Stack

It is now widely assumed that making the shift to microservices and cloud native environments will only lead to great things — and yet. For instance, like logging or like debugging microservices is a big problem and so on.”.

Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud Developer Tutorial

Gorilla Logic

In this developer tutorial, we are going to understand the basic concepts of microservices, in what ways microservice architectures are better than monolithic ones, and how we can implement a microservice architecture using Spring Boot and Spring Cloud. What are Microservices?

Why a Microservices Hybrid Model Is What You Probably Need Instead

The New Stack

If you listen to most folks talk about microservices , you’ll notice that they tend to discuss them as an either-or proposition: either you refactor your app to run on microservices or you stick with your monolith. Doing so means taking a hybrid approach to microservices.

Scaling Microservices with Kubernetes

Linux Academy

With microservice architecture, the application is broken down into separate pieces —microservices— that update and deploy independently. This microservice approach provides freedom and flexibility for the programming language used as well as the tools and frameworks that are implemented to administer the application. In the remainder of this post, we will walk through the process of scaling microservices in Kubernetes using both manual and automatic scaling.

The challenges of migrating 150+ microservices to Kubernetes

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

Sarah Wells explains how the Financial Times migrated microservices between container stacks without affecting production users. Continue reading The challenges of migrating 150+ microservices to Kubernetes

Steeltoe: Modernize.Net Apps for a Microservices Architecture

The New Stack

If your goal is greater feature velocity for your.NET apps, then you need to adopt tried-and-true patterns like microservices, service discovery, circuit breakers, 12-factor and modern platforms. In fact, this is a big reason why enterprises adopt microservices.)

Kubernetes-based Hammerspace Debuts Data-as-a-Microservice

The New Stack

The first thing David Flynn wants you to know about Hammerspace is that it isn’t just another storage company: The company is the first one out there to provide Data-as-a-Microservice. Stateless microservices only get you so far,” said Flynn. Microservices Storage News

Introduction to microservices for IBM i

Zend

While there is no standard or formal definition of the term “microservice,” one can essentially view microservices as a method of developing software systems as a suite of independently deployable, small, modular services that work together.

A Model for Managing Microservices in Cellular Self-Organized Teams

The New Stack

Today we will share WSO2’s cell-based approach to microservices, where the code is reaggregated to reflect deaggregated, agile organizations. What’s happened over the last 50 years is we are disaggregating our systems — smaller and smaller, serverless and microservices,” Fremantle said. Also Read: Microservices: Terribly Named, Ambiguously Defined). A lot of people are putting sets of microservices behind API gateways that are providing more version control.

Survey reveals the opportunities and realities of microservices

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

A new report explores how far companies have come with microservices. Microservices are evolving from fad to trend. Several years ago, many companies experimented with microservices but had doubts about the operational complexity and engineering maturity required to achieve success.

Do the Math: Scaling Microservices Applications with Orchestrators

Toptal

Automatically scaling container deployments in a microservices-based app architecture is downright luxurious.once it's set up. But what's the best way to tune an app's orchestration parameters

What is a Microservice?

Progress

A microservice is a service that can be deployed independently, often in support of just a single step in a business process or the entirety of one simple business process. Microservices Are a Critical Component of a Serverless Architecture. Microservices have been around for a lot longer than serverless architecture. Although microservices are not unique to serverless architecture, they are a critical building block of it and they have very specific characteristics.

VMware Extends Istio into the ‘NSX Service Mesh’ for Microservices

The New Stack

Using the open source Istio as a foundation, VMware has introduced the VMware NSX Service Mesh to provide application-level visibility, control, and security for enterprise-grade microservices, all managed through a developer-friendly application interface (API). Microservices Events

An A to Z Guide on How Microservices can Drastically Improve Your Business Efficiency

Cabot Solutions

How Microservices can Drastically Improve Your Business Efficiency

Microservices Done Right: Avoid the Antipatterns! Part 1

SolutionsIQ

Microservices architecture has become popular over the last several years. Many organizations have seen significant improvements in critical metrics such as time to market, quality, and productivity as a result of implementing microservices. What Are Microservices?

Machine Learning, Microservices, and Kubernetes

The New Stack

As AI/ML sees further development and begins to play a role in commercial software development at scale, Kubernetes and microservices will almost certainly form the underlying architecture, as machines, for a lack of better words, “take over” many roles within DevOps teams. Monitoring and observability will also play a major in this brave new AI/ML landscape with Kubernetes and microservices. The post Machine Learning, Microservices, and Kubernetes appeared first on The New Stack.

Deploy Microservices to a Kubernetes cluster with Helm plugin

Flexagon

In one of my previous posts I described how FlexDeploy can automate building and deploying microservices with Docker containers. The deployment of a microservice to a K8s cluster might become challenging as it is related to creating a number of various K8s resources.

How Service Tiers Can Help to Avoid Microservices Disasters

The New Stack

The post How Service Tiers Can Help to Avoid Microservices Disasters appeared first on The New Stack. Cloud Native Microservices Technology Tools SponsoredNew Relic sponsored this post. Bringing down an entire application is easy.

Why And When To Choose Microservices Over Monolithic Application Architecture

Sunflower Lab

Understand the pros and cons of monolithic and microservices architectures and when they should be used – Why microservices development is popular. The traditional method of building monolithic applications gradually started phasing out, giving way to microservice architectures. What is a microservice? The microservices development model significantly affects the relationship between applications and databases since each service has its own database schema.

4 ways to stop your shared microservices from falling apart

TechBeacon

Good microservices have a clear purpose, but not all good microservices have a clear owner. App Dev & Testing, App Dev, MicroservicesSome services serve a utility purpose and are shared among multiple consumers in your technical landscape. How do you best look after these shared services?

How containers, microservices help maintain legacy apps

TechBeacon

Enterprise IT, IT Ops, Containers, Microservices, Containerized ArchitectureWe’ve all heard the term "legacy." It strikes fear in the hearts of millennial developers who have no experience with systems over 15 years old—er, make that five years old. However, most enterprises can't eliminate the old systems entirely, at least not right away. And so, these legacy monsters that dwell in the data centers are a part of our past, present, and future.

AWS App Mesh: Amazon’s Own Service Mesh for Microservices

The New Stack

The service mesh technology has become a key component of the microservices architecture. Having solved the container orchestration problem through Kubernetes, the cloud native ecosystem is now putting the efforts on efficiency and resiliency of microservices delivered by the service mesh.

EventStorming; Continuous discovery beyond software modelling

Xebia

Moving towards a microservices architecture We see a lot of companies are moving towards a microservice architecture. The big pitfall of microservices architecture is to focus on the technology, how big the microservice needs to be, how many lines of codes, what entities do we put in a microservice, and using rest as the communication […].

Forrester Research answers your webinar questions on APIs and microservices

Akana

Our recent webinar featuring Forrester Research took a deep dive into three big mistakes when it comes to APIs and microservices. Continue reading → The post Forrester Research answers your webinar questions on APIs and microservices appeared first on API Management Blog - Akana. API Management Microservices

Traefik: A Dynamic Reverse Proxy for Kubernetes and Microservices

The New Stack

Emile Vauge had created Traefik three years ago as a side project while developing for a Mesosphere-based microservices platform. Traefik connects to the APIs for these orchestrators, updating its routing automatically as the orchestrators move their microservices around.

Microservices Done Right, Part 2: More Antipatterns to Avoid

SolutionsIQ

Microservices architecture has become popular over the last several years. Many organizations have seen significant improvements in critical metrics such as time to market, quality, and productivity as a result of implementing microservices.

Potholes in the road from monolithic hell: Microservices adoption anti-patterns

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

Chris Richardson describes microservices anti-patterns he’s observed while working with clients around the world. Continue reading Potholes in the road from monolithic hell: Microservices adoption anti-patterns

Missing the point about microservices – it's about testing and deploying independently

Erik Bernhardsson

Ok, so I have to first preface this whole blog post by a few things: I really struggle with the term microservices. So basically since 2006 I’ve been continuously working in what people now call a “microservice architecture”. 98% of microservice benefit is being able to test and deploy independently. If you end up with a microservice that can’t be tested in isolation, you’re doing things wrong. Some questionable reasons to consider microservices.

Identifiers in Microservices Systems

The Plain Programmer

In a microservices system data tends to get spread out. This same strategy of relying on the database tends to also be the favored approach for many early iterations of microservices systems. Correlation IDs One well established pattern for microservices is the use of Correlation IDs.

What Comes Next After Microservices, Kubernetes, and Serverless

The New Stack

You could say the same about microservices architectures, Kubernetes, serverless functions, service meshes and many of the other cloud-native infrastructure technologies that have been at the forefront of innovation over the past several years. Twistlock sponsored this post. Sonya Koptyev.