Topic: microservices

The difference between a miniservice and a microservice

An easier way to approach microservices is through the notion of miniservices, according to Ross Garrett, technology evangelist at Cloud Elements. A miniservice takes the pragmatic approach to microservices, but enables users to take a simpler integration technique between services without having to learn new integration patterns. “The purist notion of a microservice follows a … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Why microservices need Service Mesh

More of today’s backend developers are embracing microservices so they can iterate faster and avoid single points of application or website failure. However, what they gain in speed can be at least partially offset by offset by the complexity of operating, debugging, and coordinating changes in a Microservices system. Microservices communicate over the network and … continue reading

F5 Networks: Multi-cloud environments are causing multiple security headaches

Multi-cloud environments are speeding up organizations app driven digital transformation initiatives, but they come with a price. F5 Networks released its 2018 State of Application Delivery report, which revealed while nine in ten respondents are leveraging multi-cloud environments, they worry about managing operations and security. “A major transformation is underway in 2018 in both IT … continue reading

Report: Five microservices trends you should know about

Microservices is moving away from just a buzz term to a proven strategy in the software development industry. As more organizations begin to adopt microservices, they can rely on lessons learned from those before them. Red Hat recently conducted a survey to find out how teams are using microservices to their advantage; what the the … continue reading

A new era in IT architectures

This year microservices, containers, and cloud were extremely prevalent. In June, a survey conducted by Evans Data Corp revealed that almost half of all cloud developers are using immutable architectures and microservices. Several new services came out for managing microservices, including those from major tech companies such as Google, IBM, Lyft, and Apache. Both Microsoft … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apache Meecowave 1.2.0, Apache OpenWebBeans 2.0.3, Ruby 2.5.0, and Scaleworks acquires Keen IO

Apache has announced the release of Apache Meecrowave 1.2.0 and Apache OpenWebBeans 2.0.3. Apache Meecrowave is a server for microservices and standalone applications that is based on Java EE 8 technology. There are several ways to set it up, including maven plugins, programmatically as an embedded server, bundled as an application, or as a runner. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: WhiteHat Sentinel Source for Microservices, Google Assistant SDK updates, and Magic Leap One Creator Edition

WhiteHat Security has announced the addition of Sentinel Source for Microservices to its portfolio of static application security testing services. The solution allows organizations to consume the SAST services they need for microservices-based applications. The solution allows users to assess code anywhere in the development cycle; run continuous, scheduled, or on demand assessments; preserve an … continue reading

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon: containerd 1.0, Fluentd 1.0 and Jaeger 1.0

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation announced that a number of its projects have reached version 1.0 at the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North American conference this week in Austin Texas. Ahead of the conference, the foundation announced the general availability of containerd 1.0. Containerd is Docker’s core container runtime it donated to the CNCF in March. … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Cloud-native apps need microservices

Many of today’s software teams build cloud-native apps so they can deliver software faster. However, there’s a general belief that cloud-native apps must be built with microservices when in some cases it may be hard to justify the additional complexity. “DevOps and cloud-native principles are a pre-requisite for building microservices but microservices is not a … continue reading

Serverless and mobile development: Ready for primetime?

Have you ever tried to read a complicated article with music on? Or turned your coffee machine on and completely failed to return to it when it was finished dripping? You might be confronting our most human of frailties: the fact that our brains just can’t keep track of a whole lot of information at … continue reading

LightStep emerges from stealth with a new APM solution

A new company believes it can redefine application performance management, and help enterprises adopt microservices. LightStep emerged from stealth this month with the performance management solution LightStep [x]PM. “I have seen software development change rapidly in the last decade, and I believe we are entering a new era,” said Ben Sigelman, co-founder and CEO at … continue reading

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