Posts about Microservices
Why APIs, service discovery, and registry are crucial for your microservices architecture
Learn why APIs, service discovery, and registry are essential for your microservices architecture. Increase flexibility, scalability, and fault tolerance.Read More
The importance of API versioning and best practices for microservices
Learn the importance of API versioning in microservices architecture and how to implement it effectively with our best practices guide. Discover how to manage APIs, document them using OpenAPI or Swagger, optimize performance, and ensure seamless integration across your system.
Ex-Amazon IT manager shares how they migrated from a monolith to SOA
Lee Atchison talks about his time at Amazon, their migration from a monolith architecture to SOA and the lessons they’ve learned.
Adopting microservices? Avoid these like the plague
Experts have said it over and over - you can’t be too careful when it comes to Microservices adoption.
Intimidated by OAuth? Here’s why you shouldn’t be
According to the OAuth website, 'OAuth is the industry-standard protocol for authorization', which focuses on simplicity while providing specific authorization flows for web applications.
Don’t dismiss monoliths for microservices just yet
In a Cloud Microservices Market report, it was found that the cloud microservices market was valued at USD 831.45 billion in 2020, and it is expected to reach USD 2,701.36 billion by 2026.
Microservices in modern software development
James Lewis says that the concept of Microservices has become a guiding principle in modern software development.
Traditional Application Designs to Microservices
Over the last 20 years, organizations around the world have begun breaking down their monolithic architectures into smaller and more manageable components.
Are we ready for an event-driven future?
James Urquhart predicts the emergence of Flow and how the adoption of event-driven integration could help optimize the way organizations deliver solutions – but at what cost?
Are microservices evolutionary or revolutionary?
According to Cambridge Dictionary, 'evolutionary' is defined as a gradual process of change and development, whereas 'revolutionary' is a complete change in a system, or bringing or causing great change.