The New Stack article about Jamest Roper talk about asynchronous communication. Using a demo of a Java-based Twitter-like service, Roper showed the audience how to implement asynchronous calls in the code in a number of ways.
By reading the following article, you can get insight on how lead engineers at IBM, Financial Times and Netflix think about the pain-points of application monitoring and what are their best practices for maintaining and developing microservices.
This is a the transcript of Jonas Boner keynote at O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference in New York in April 2016.
This is the seventh blog post in this series about LXD 2.0.
Picking the right architecture = Picking the right battles + Managing trade-offs
Article from Datawire about Microservices and Technical Debt Problems.
With Microscaling-in-a-Box you can now scale the number of containers that process jobs on a queue, so that you always have an appropriate number to cope with the rate that jobs are arriving on the queue.
Authors of golang framework for microservices(micro) are talking about design patterns and microservices architecture.
Fun read from Michal Dymel on hobbyst project called MiSeCo(MiSeCo stands for MicroServices framework based on ASP.NET Core).
Diagram showing overview of microservices ecosystem.
Saiki is Zalando’s next generation data integration and distribution platform in a world of microservices. Saiki ingests data generated by operational systems and makes it available to analytical systems.
What are microservices and why do they matter? For that matter, why does having some agreement around the definition of microservices seem to matter to so many technologists?
Christopher Grant offers the lessons his team learned as HomeDepot.com transitioned from monolith to microservices.
A convenient modular engine for Microservices. Microserver plugins offer seamless integration with Spring (core), Jersey, Guava, Tomcat, Grizzly, reactive programming, Hibernate (& Spring Data), Spring Boot, Codahale Metrics, Swagger and more to come!