Issue #18 | Mar 18, 2016
Cockcroft demonstrated how the combination of his Spigo microservice architecture simulation tool and the online Guesstimate Monte Carlo method tool can be used to visualise and experimentally simulate request response times within a complicated microservice system.
Flocker is an open-source container data volume manager for your Dockerized application. It gives ops teams the tools they need to run containerized stateful services like databases in production.
Slides of the talk Oliver Gierke gave at JPMC Tech Symposium, Glasgow.
The ideas of "dependencies" and "coupling" are important touch points for understanding and conveying the software delivery benefits of a microservices approach to architecture.
John T Davies is using Spring Integration and Spring Boot to ingest gigabytes of complex data into two different in-memory data grids (IMDGs), showing the design and implementation with several demos.
Embrace decentralization, build service-based systems and attack the problems that come with distributed state using stream processing tools, Ben Stopford urged in his presentation at the recent QCon London conference.
Using Oracle Java with Docker might put you in legal liability. Why?
In this first installment of our Secure Salesforce Development webinar series members of the Salesforce Trust team will introduce the core concepts behind developing secure applications on the Salesforce platform using Apex and Visualforce.
Learn more about microservices, what’s myth and misunderstood, and what’s fact.
Presentation at DevOps Connect: Rugged DevOps during RSA Conference 2016 in San Francisco.
Like many companies, New Relic started with a single monolithic app. As the company grew, the app grew. Maintenance costs were high. Small problems could rapidly become big problems.
Talk by Richard Rodger of nearForm, author of The Tao of Microservices.
Promising series of articles on how to design your microservice architecture from scratch by using Go.
Microservices optimize evolutionary change at a granular level. It isn’t for everyone —many companies will contrast the complexity against the benefits and decide to remain with monolithic or traditional SOA architectures.
Interesting this write-up and insights from Voxxed Days in Vienna.
This talk introduces the capabilities provided by Spring Cloud Services and demonstrate how it makes simple work of deploying cloud native applications to Cloud Foundry.
This video presents a balanced view of the benefits and drawbacks of microservices. It outlines the motivations driving the adoption of microservices; compares and contrasts it to monolithic architecture; describes solutions to key problems such as inter-service communication and distributed data management; and moves on to a set of strategies for refactoring a monolithic application into a set of microservices.
Discussion on Hacker News whether RabbitMQ is anti pattern to use to connect Microservices.
go-msf is a framework of tools and libraries that support you in building your microservice architecture.
Learn how AWS Lambda provides a platform for building event-driven microservices, all without the need to provision, manage, and scale servers. In this workshop, we will introduce the basics of building serverless microservices using AWS Lambda, Amazon API Gateway, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon S3.
Come and learn how engineers at Twitter are building and operating a compute platform at scale. Enjoy a drink, great eats and meet folks who are working on building compute platforms.
Microservices Microtalks in Austin, Tx by Eric Adams and Jessica Lucci.
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