Microservices Explained: Not Your Father’s SOA

DevOps.com

Microservices are frequently referred to as a variant or derivative of service-oriented architecture (SOA), if not essentially the same thing. Microservices architecture […]. The post Microservices Explained: Not Your Father’s SOA appeared first on DevOps.com.

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MicroService Architecture Design

InnovationM

What is MicroService Architecture? A microservices architecture is a type of application architecture where the application is developed as a collection of services.

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6 Advantages of Microservices

DevOps.com

Microservices have recently gained in popularity, but you may be unsure whether this architecture is right for your environment. What’s great is microservices are not necessarily a new beast, as the concepts behind them have been a solid part of software development for decades.

Governing Microservices in an Enterprise Architecture

DevOps.com

Microservices offer the next […]. The post Governing Microservices in an Enterprise Architecture appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs Business of DevOps Continuous Delivery Enterprise DevOps enterprise architecture Governing Microservice Development microservices

Microservices: The Dark Side

Speaker: Prem Chandrasekaran

A few years ago, Barclays embarked on a journey to migrate its legacy services to a modern tech stack with the objective of achieving a high level of scale, resilience, and reliability. During the incremental, iterative move towards an ecosystem of focused, distributed services, it’s fair to say that the company discovered the challenges of distributing objects. Join us for an episode you can’t miss if you’re finding it a lot harder to architect in practice than in theory, and learn how you can shed light on the dark side of microservices.

4 Things I Like About Microservices

Henrik Warne

Microservices have gone through a complete hype cycle. Here are four features specific to microservices that I have come to appreciate. A typical microservice has its own database, and the microservice is only accessible via an API. However, microservices are not all bad.

Microservice Architecture Without Microservice Overhead

James Shore

This week, we’re looking at microservice architecture. Microservice architecture is a great way to partition code so that teams can work independently. But microservice architecture comes at a high cost.

Using Event-Driven Architecture With Microservices

DevOps.com

Microservices architecture is on the rise, already forming a key part of several current transformation projects, breaking down traditionally monolithic applications into self-contained, independently deployed services that are identified using domain-driven design.

Testing Strategies for Microservices

Dzone - DevOps

A microservice application is a group of distributed programs that communicate over networks, occasionally interfacing with third-party services and databases. Microservices, by their networked nature, provide more points of failure than a traditional monolith.

Why Boring Tech is Best to Avoid a Microservices Mess

DevOps.com

Microservices are all the rage. A Forrester study found that 76% of enterprises were rearchitecting applications for microservices. At the same time, microservices are definitely not a silver bullet.

A Microservices Strategy Underpins Every Successful Cloud Native Migration

In a cloud native world, applications are created from loosely coupled microservices instead of being a monolithic entity. Microservices are small, autonomous components that are easily monitored, tested and updated, bringing greater operational agility.

How Can Containers Help You Use Microservices in DevOps?

DevOps.com

For many companies today, containers and microservices are both becoming a normal part of the industry landscape. The post How Can Containers Help You Use Microservices in DevOps?

NextArch Foundation Launched to Focus on Microservices

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation this week launched the NextArch Foundation to define frameworks and specifications that promote interoperability between microservices that span multiple cloud computing environments.

Microservices vs. Monoliths: Which is Right for Your Enterprise?

DevOps.com

With microservices projected to grow globally at a 22.5% rate between 2019 and 2025, the choice between monolithic and microservices architectures needs to be carefully considered. The post Microservices vs. Monoliths: Which is Right for Your Enterprise?

Five Microservices Worst Practices

DevOps.com

Microservices are moving to the mainstream. The IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IT Industry 2019 Predictions states that by 2022, 90% of all new apps will feature microservices architecture that “improve the ability to design, debug, update and leverage third-party code.” With so many organizations adopting or about to adopt microservices, they must be doing something right. […]. The post Five Microservices Worst Practices appeared first on DevOps.com.

Why Distributed Tracing is Essential for Performance and Reliability

Speaker: Daniel "spoons" Spoonhower, CTO and Co-Founder at Lightstep

Many engineering organizations have now adopted microservices or other loosely coupled architectures, often alongside DevOps practices. Together these have enabled individual service teams to become more independent and, as a result, have boosted developer velocity. However, this increased velocity often comes at the cost of overall application performance or reliability. Worse, teams often don’t understand what’s affecting performance or reliability – or even who to ask to learn more. Distributed tracing was developed at organizations like Google and Twitter to address these problems and has also come a long way in the decade since then. By the end of this presentation, you’ll understand why distributed tracing is necessary and how it can bring performance and reliability back under control.

Event-Driven Microservices with Python and Apache Kafka

Confluent

A deep dive into how microservices work, why it’s the backbone of real-time applications, and how to build event-driven microservices applications with Python and Kafka. microservices Python Apache Kafka

Cortex Expands Microservices Catalog to Improve Collaboration

DevOps.com

Cortex, a provider of a catalog for tracking the ownership of microservices, today announced it has added a service creation capability that enables developers to use templates to scaffold new services in five minutes.

Transform Legacy Java Apps to Microservices

DevOps.com

The post Transform Legacy Java Apps to Microservices appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs DevOps Practice DevOps Toolbox Enterprise DevOps java microservices architecture RAD Refactoring

Should I use microservices?

O'Reilly Software

Considerations for when—and when not—to apply microservices in your organization. Despite the drive in some quarters to make microservice architectures the default approach for software, I feel that due to their numerous challenges, adopting them still requires careful thought.

Monitoring AWS Container Environments at Scale

In this eBook, learn how to monitor AWS container environments at scale with Datadog and which key metrics to monitor when leveraging two container orchestration systems (ECS and EKS).

Akamai Enables Microservices Deployment at the Edge

DevOps.com

Akamai today announced it is adding the ability to deploy microservices on its edge computing platform to enable developers to run latency-sensitive applications faster. The post Akamai Enables Microservices Deployment at the Edge appeared first on DevOps.com.

Securing Microservices Vs. Monolithic Apps

DevOps.com

New requirements for Securing Microservices Vs. Monolithic Apps Enterprises are migrating from monolithic applications to microservices, hoping to accelerate software deployment and improve scalability. The post Securing Microservices Vs. Monolithic Apps appeared first on DevOps.com.

How to Scale Microservices CI/CD Pipelines

DevOps.com

As opposed to a traditional monolith, microservices architecture can theoretically bring many benefits. Microservices decouple software elements, enable reusable components and allow independent development cycles. However, in practice, microservices are prone to many issues.

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.

Microservices vs Monolithic Application

InnovationM

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Microservices vs Monolithic Application

InnovationM

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Driving E-Commerce Transformation with Microservices

DevOps.com

The post Driving E-Commerce Transformation with Microservices appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs Business of DevOps Continuous Delivery DevOps Practice digital transformation ecommerce microservices architecture

Microservices and Serverless Computing

Blue Sentry

The post Microservices and Serverless Computing appeared first on Blue Sentry. Amazon Web Services Cloud Technology DevOps Microservices

How to Use Microservices To Evolve DevOps Pipelines

DevOps.com

As companies create more and more microservices, their deployment environments are becoming increasingly elaborate. Without proper configurations, a microservices road map could quickly become unmaintainable. Enterprises are quickly becoming an intricate mesh of many applications.

Microservices and Testing Environments

Blue Sentry

The post Microservices and Testing Environments appeared first on Blue Sentry. DevOps Kubernetes Microservices Terraform

Microservices on AWS [Video]

Dzone - DevOps

I will be creating a Spring Boot microservice and deploy it to AWS EC2 instances running behind an application load balancer in an automated way using the AWS Code Pipeline. Introduction.

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Microservices Adoption and the Software Supply Chain

DevOps.com

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When Microservices Are a Bad Idea

Dzone - DevOps

On paper, microservices sound wonderful. A lot of companies have had great success using this model, so microservices might naturally seem to be the superior architecture and the best way to start new applications. It is evident that microservices come with their share of tradeoffs

Understanding Microservices

Mentormate

Microservices is the next step in the evolution of architecture patterns. Microservices strive to optimize for scale. In the past decade, microservices have become a dominant architecture pattern for large projects. Monolith vs. Microservices. What Are Microservices?

How AI improves microservices testing automation

TechBeacon Testing

Organizations that adopt artificial intelligence (AI) in testing of microservices-based applications gain better accuracy, faster results, and greater operational efficiency. App Dev & Testing, Testing, Test Automation, Microservices, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Test Automation

Collibra Employs Microservices for Data Management

DevOps.com

Collibra has launched a Collibra Data Intelligence Cloud based on a microservices architecture that promises to alter the way data is managed in enterprise IT environments. The post Collibra Employs Microservices for Data Management appeared first on DevOps.com.

Azure container Apps: The future of Microservices in Azure?

Xebia

Their focus was to build a solution that makes it easier for development teams to build Microservice architecture-based applications and deploy those to Azure. What are the features that development teams want when building and hosting microservices?

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5 Options for Deploying Microservices

Dzone - DevOps

Microservices are the most scalable way of developing software. When it comes to microservice architecture, there is such an abundance of options, and it is hard to know which is best. So, let’s go over the 5 main ways we can deploy microservices

The Purpose of Microservice Architecture

DevOps.com

Microservice is an architectural style that can be implemented during complex application development within an organization. In another way, the microservice architecture can be explained quite easily. The post The Purpose of Microservice Architecture appeared first on DevOps.com. Application Performance Management/Monitoring Blogs DevOps Practice Enterprise DevOps app development microservice architecture microservices monolithic method software development