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#microservices

Tale as old as time

Microservices vs monolithic architecture: Which comes first?

The smoldering conflict between the cheerleaders of microservices vs monolith architecture is ongoing as industry professionals cannot decide which should come first. Some claim that one should not start with a monolith if the goal is a microservices architecture while others put their faith in monoliths. Each side has a point, but it’s time to shed some light on this never-ending dilemma.

Open source air traffic controller for container platforms

Very Awesome Microservices Platform

If you ask Olaf Molenveld, CEO and co-founder of Amsterdam-based Magnetic.io, about containers and microservices, he will say they are a perfect match. Although complications do exist, Very Awesome Microservices Platform (VAMP) aims to iron them out.

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The new JAX Magazine – OSGi, Angular 2, microservices and more

2016 has just begun and it is already bombarding up with promises of a sunnier IoT perspective and a heftier collection of tips and tricks to facilitate developers’ performance. This JAX Magazine issue is packed with proof that OSGi is regaining momentum and other concepts that have one purpose and one purpose only: to curtail unproductive operations -it’s our treat!

Manage Complexity with Modularity and Containers

Modularity, Microservices and Containers

Modularity makes complexity manageable. As long as design rules are obeyed, different parts of a modular application may be independently configured, deployed and upgraded.

Newcomer to the Spring Ecosystem

Spring Cloud Task: New Spring project presented for the development of short-lived microservices

As Michael Minella, the project leader of Spring Batch, announced on behalf of his team, a new subproject of Spring Cloud called Spring Cloud Task is ready. The target of Spring Cloud Task is to deliver the necessary functionality to Spring Boot based applications for the support of short-lived microservices. The announcement at the same time marks the release of the first milestone.

Paul Stack at the DevOps Conference 2015

How to scale a logging infrastructure to accept a billion messages a day

Over the past year, OpenTable have been re-architecting their system from a monolithic architecture to move more towards microservices and small applications. As the infrastructure has changed, so too the logging infrastructure has had to change. In this session, recorded at the DevOps Conference, Paul Stack explains how they did it.

Consumer-driven contract testing with Pact

Microservices: Agreements must be kept

“Pacta sunt servanda“, or in English, “agreements must be kept“. What was true in the middle ages is mandatory in the modern world of software development. Utilising (API-) contracts that are defined by several partners instead of just one, microservice architectures can be tested and developed easily and efficiently.