Microservices

The right architectural approach lets businesses prioritize the continuous delivery of single-purpose services, simplifying and speeding execution.

  • Transformation in the Age of the 3rd Platform: The Role of Cloud Architecture

    Transformation in the Age of the 3rd Platform: The Role of Cloud Architecture

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  • Messaging Patterns for Event-Driven Microservices

    Messaging Patterns for Event-Driven Microservices

    The adoption of cloud-native architectures demands new patterns for integration. This post discusses some best-of-breed messaging integration patterns for microservices.

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  • Deliver Scalable Software With Microservices

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  • Microservices eBook: Migrating to Cloud-Native Application Architectures

    Microservices eBook: Migrating to Cloud-Native Application Architectures

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  • "Should that be a Microservice?" Part 6: Simplify Interactions with External Dependencies (aka the Façade Pattern)

    "Should that be a Microservice?" Part 6: Simplify Interactions with External Dependencies (aka the Façade Pattern)

    When choosing an application architecture, six factors can help you decide when to use microservices. This post explores one factor in-depth: external dependencies.

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  • Spring Cloud Services for PCF Turns 2.0, Adds Support for Your Spring Boot 2 Apps

    Spring Cloud Services for PCF Turns 2.0, Adds Support for Your Spring Boot 2 Apps

    Spring Cloud Services 2.0 is now generally available. SCS is now built atop the latest major releases from the open-source Spring Boot and Spring Cloud projects. Read about the updates here.

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  • Steeltoe 2.1 Boosts Your .NET Microservices with Actuator Endpoints, Distributed Tracing, and Deeper Support for the Frameworks that Matter.

    Steeltoe 2.1 Boosts Your .NET Microservices with Actuator Endpoints, Distributed Tracing, and Deeper Support for the Frameworks that Matter.

    Steeltoe, an open-source project that simplifies microservices for .NET, includes enhancements for management & monitoring. It also has deeper support for ASP.NET 4.x and .NET Core / ASP.NET Core 2.1.

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  • Should that be a Microservice? Part 5: Failure Isolation

    Should that be a Microservice? Part 5: Failure Isolation

    When choosing an application architecture, six factors can help you decide when to use microservices. This post explores one factor in-depth: failure isolation.

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  • How Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.2 Helps You Improve the Metrics that Matter.

    How Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.2 Helps You Improve the Metrics that Matter.

    Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.2 is GA! The platform adds Log Cache to help you create custom automation and workflows. Plus, enhancements to CredHub, App Autoscaler, Ops Manager, and new IaaS targets.

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  • "Should that be a Microservice?" Part 4: Independent Scalability

    "Should that be a Microservice?" Part 4: Independent Scalability

    When choosing an application architecture, six factors can help you decide when to use microservices. This post explores one factor in-depth: independent scalability.

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  • Should that be a Microservice? Part 3: Independent Life Cycles

    Should that be a Microservice? Part 3: Independent Life Cycles

    When choosing an application architecture, six factors can help you decide when to use microservices. This post explores one factor in-depth: independent life cycles.

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  • "Should that be a Microservice?" Part 2: Multiple Rates of Change

    "Should that be a Microservice?" Part 2: Multiple Rates of Change

    When choosing an application architecture, six factors can help you decide when to use microservices. This post explores one factor in-depth: multiple rates of change.

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  • Should that be a Microservice? Keep These Six Factors in Mind

    Should that be a Microservice? Keep These Six Factors in Mind

    There are many good reasons to use a microservices architecture. In this post, we examine 6 factors to help you decide when to use - and when not to use - microservices.

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  • Consumer Driven Contracts and Your Microservice Architecture

    Consumer Driven Contracts and Your Microservice Architecture

    SpringOne Platform 2017 Marcin Grzejszczak, Pivotal; Adib Saikali, Pivotal "Consumer driven contracts (CDC) are like TDD applied to the API. It’s especially important in the world of microservices. S

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  • Productize your services! A path towards effective microservice development

    Productize your services! A path towards effective microservice development

    SpringOne Platform 2017 Stephan Hagemann, Pivotal Moving to a microservices architecture is not just a technology problem. With the level of tooling and support we get from Spring and platforms like

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  • Productize Your Services! A Path Towards Effective Microservice Development - Stephan Hagemann29:21

    Productize Your Services! A Path Towards Effective Microservice Development - Stephan Hagemann

    Towards Effective Microservice Development Agile, PM, Methodology Day: Tuesday Time: 04:20 Room: 2011 Moving to a microservices architecture is not just a technology problem. With the level of to

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  • A Guided Tour From Code Base to Platform: Storage made Easy with Spring Boot, ECS, and PCF

    A Guided Tour From Code Base to Platform: Storage made Easy with Spring Boot, ECS, and PCF

    SpringOne Platform 2017 Maggie Ambrose, Pivotal; Paul Warren, EMC; Aaron Spiegel, EMC "For modern microservice application developers, having access to an object storage service is a must-have. This

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  • Adopting PCF At An Automobile Manufacturer

    Adopting PCF At An Automobile Manufacturer

    SpringOne Platform 2017 Thomas Seibert, Mercedes-Benz.io GmbH; Gregor Zurowski, Independent Consultant "The main idea for this talk is to show the audience how we implemented a microservice architect

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  • Tame the Beast: Rapidly Build, Deploy, Reuse, and Govern Microservices

    Tame the Beast: Rapidly Build, Deploy, Reuse, and Govern Microservices

    Microservice architectures enable development teams to bring new features and updates to market faster. But enterprises adopting microservices also experience common challenges like service redundancy

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  • An IoT microservice demo using Solace Messaging

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  • Pivotal Cloud Cache for Microservices Architectures19:57

    Pivotal Cloud Cache for Microservices Architectures

    Pivotal Cloud Cache (PCC) is a caching service for Pivotal Cloud Foundry. In the context of microservices based applications, PCC provides much needed performance and availability, fosters team autono

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