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Asaf Mesika Aug 15
Looking for a Service Discovery library for the JVM (possible wrapped with a for non JVM), based on . Anyone?
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Jickson P 18h
What to consider before jumping on the bandwagon
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Albert Kozłowski 13h
Here is my take on how microservices architecture impacted the culture of software development.
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Jakub Hajek Aug 15
Replying to @_jakubhajek
10/ There is nothing wrong with application unless you designed the domain business and in case of large scalability you can easily distinguish that domain into and scale it up horizontally.
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Docker Tutorial Aug 18
Bringing Magic To Microservice Architecture Development ☞
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Microkubes Aug 12
You probably already know by now that each can be written using a different technology, which is quite useful if you’re planning to scale your solution in the future. With microservices you can easily add new components or scale services separately from one another.
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Aglowid It Solutions Aug 13
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Functionn Aug 17
Architecture at Medium
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Miguel Filipe Aug 18
I feel that for this whole micro service vs monolith soap opera it should be mandatory reading the mailing list argument Torvalds vs Tannenbaum about Linux being a monolithic kernel versus "microkernels are the future and everyone knows that"...
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Gowthaman N Aug 13
When a goes down, it will not down other services.
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Imran 11h
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Nicolas Bonnici Aug 17
How to build your architecture with and
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DZone Aug 18
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Jay Gosar Aug 18
In the race of having a modern application, don't forget the best solution for your application. can be a bad idea for your application. This is the best article I have read:
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Luiz Amancio Aug 14
Do you remember the recent scientific breakthrough of the first photograph of a black hole? Read on blog what this discovery has in common with monitoring architecture.
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Eric D. Schabell Aug 14
The first question of 5 often asked by architects as they embark on transformations in their organization. Are you asking this one too?
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MyJava Aug 18
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Paul Adams Aug 16
Today on my flight from -> I played with / and, in particular, metrics logging. It is really kinda nice:
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Serverless Architecture Conference Aug 16
& don't have to be on opposing sides. They can be used to creat & will show you how to do it. Join his session & see serverless in action beyond the typical examples:
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🇮🇸 Sascha Kohlmann Aug 16
You want to switch to ? Break your monolith into ? First go to the specialist departments. Take the distributed, loosely coupled Microservices and start. You'll help the organization more. And me. I still don't like Microsoft.
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