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Breaking Down Silos in your Business
"Breaking up your enterprise wide deployed integration hub into right sized containers provides improved agility, scalability, and resilience. Agility, because many teams can work on integrations without having to defer to a centralised integration team. Scalability, because individual flows can be scaled on their own. Resilience, because isolated flows cannot steal shared resources such as CPU from one to another."
cloud  integration  agile  development  thinking  api  economy  app  modernisation  breaking  down  silos  microservices  multicloud 
15 days ago by jonerp
Why Microservices Will Become a Core Business Strategy for Most Organizations
"Microservices, by virtue of offering a well-structured way to engage and integrate with the world at large in scalable, digital terms, now appear to hold the answer to enabling faster digital transformation, lowering our levels of of tight coupling and technical debt, and substantially increasing much needed levels of IT integration. More centrally to business impact and growth, they also make it possible for us to build and cultivate bigger and more robust digital ecosystems with our stakeholders. This includes 3rd party developers and business partners to our very own workers and customers."
featured  posts  apis  business  strategy  cdo  cio  ecosystem  enterprise  architecture  microservices  platform 
september 2018 by jonerp
Has Monolithic Architecture Gotten a Bad Rap?
"We tend to depict the microservice and the monolith as two polar opposite styles of software architecture — the natively decomposed versus the self-contained, the fluid versus the solid, the mercurial versus the integral. And because “New” is the second word in our masthead, we tend to draw a parallel vector leading from the archaic to the modern, when we discuss the virtue of full-scale containerization, encompassing microservices, serverless staging, asynchronous signaling, and statelessness."
top  stories  microservices 
april 2018 by jonerp
Airbnb’s 10 Takeaways from Moving to Microservices
"Developers aren’t great at trying to keep track of all these tools, said Cebula. But developers do understand code.

So configuration of code became really important. Having your configuration as code makes it very easy reason about, she explained. “What configuration is currently in production, whether a configuration has been rolled back, making changes to configuration, it’s all right there for them.”
news  technology  top  stories  airbnb  continuous  delivery  developers  devops  domain  specific  language  futurestack  2017  microservices  sysops 
october 2017 by jonerp
Microservices: Terribly Named, Ambiguously Defined
"For a profession that stresses the importance of naming things well, we’ve done ourselves a disservice with microservices. The problem is that that there is nothing inherently “micro” about microservices. Some can be small, but size is relative and there’s no standard of unit of measure across organizations. A “small” service at one company might be one million lines of code while far less at another."
analysis  contributed  op-ed  top  stories  architecture  buttercms  martin  fowler  microservices  service  oriented 
october 2017 by jonerp
Microservices: The Good, the Bad and the Hype
"Microservices may bring many benefits to the enterprise but they also can bring some headaches, especially if you are not anticipating them, argued engineer Michal Franc, during his talk at the Agile Roundabout meetup held in London last month.

Franc presented microservices as a costly tool to solve problems — but those problems have to generate a lot of profit to make it valuable. "
culture  technology  top  stories  agile  roundabout  domain-driven  architecture  design  google  microservices  netflix  spotify  model  waterfall 
september 2017 by jonerp
The Difference Between SOA and Microservices Isn’t Size - by @sogrady
"Many would point to size as the critical differentiator. Services as described by SOA were insufficiently granular, it’s been argued, and therefore difficult to build and harder to manage. Setting aside the obvious fact that this glosses over the management overhead associated with taking large services and breaking them up into large numbers of smaller alternatives, it also misses the far more critical distinction: SOA was primarily a vendor led phenomenon, microservices is by contrast largely being driven from the bottom up."
microservices  services 
july 2017 by jonerp
DockerCon: The Enterprise Cometh - by @fintanr
"Docker have been working steadily over the last few years to build strong enterprise relationships, and when it comes to the enterprise the big three are IBM, Microsoft and Oracle. The announcement of Oracle offerings within the Docker Store marks a significant moment in this evolution."
aws  business  cloud  native  community  conferences  containers  infrastructure  microservices  orchestration 
april 2017 by jonerp
Cloud Native – Solid Roots, Time To See Beyond Kubernetes - by @fintanr
"We do want to highlight that the team running Cloud Native Con are actively trying to improve things – from organising child care, offering free passes, travel support and so forth. Their parent organisation, The Linux Foundation, has also started to put in place specific policies around speaker and panel diversity and other areas. Small steps, but steps in the right direction none the less."
business  cio  cloud  foundry  native  community  conferences  containers  developers  infrastructure  microservices  monitoring 
april 2017 by jonerp
How To Succeed at Failure with Microservices
"Reinhardt shares three ways he steered his team towards a new success, one that saw that same team that had failed at the reorientation introduce structural changes that have since brought their monolithic codebase deployments down from 5-10 days to thirty minutes."
case  study  top  stories  api360  summit  ca  technologies  conway's  law  failure  legacy  migration  microservices  architecture  reorientation  tns  management 
august 2016 by jonerp
Bimodal IT: What’s Not to Like?
"“It’s a big fallacy,” he said, referring to how the bimodal concept breaks enterprise IT operations into two distinct camps — those supporting legacy IT applications where change is slow and hampered by corporate policy, and those building new cloud-based apps, where change is driven at a quicker pace by business development."
analysis  events  op-ed  top  stories  bimodal  it  docker  dockercon  2016  forrester  gartner  microservices  microsoft  openstack  summit  austin 
june 2016 by jonerp
Scaling Agile: When to Build a Scrum of Scrums
"So, are there frameworks that work? The four different agile coaches seemed to all be fans of the Large Scale Scrum framework or LeSS because they said says it has you scale by descaling and by removing managers and decreasing emphasis on specialization. It’s another framework built to bring Scrum to larger teams, but built on the idea that you can get “More with LeSS.”
analysis  case  study  top  stories  agile  management  large  scale  scrum  framework  lean  change  mangaement  less  3.0  microservices  safe  scaled 
june 2016 by jonerp
All You Need to Know About Microservices and Containers is Here In Our New Ebook
"Today, we release our second ebook on the container revolution, “Applications & Microservices with Docker & Containers.”

In this volume, we explore the way that container-based microservices have impacted application development and delivery. We take a closer look at what containers mean to the process of creating and utilizing microservices, and how container technology has become so important in implementing the pattern of microservices."
ebook  series  article  news  top  stories  containers  ebook2  applications  and  microservices 
january 2016 by jonerp
Michael Coté, Pivotal: What Does It Mean to Be Cloud Native? - podcast w/ @alexwilliams + @cote
"Over the course of this interview, Coté discusses best practices and illustrates three requirements for cloud-native development and deployment: utilizing the patterns of microservices architecture, implementing a DevOps approach, and striving for continuous delivery as the primary vehicle for software delivery."
ebook  series  article  interviews  podcast  continuous  delivery  integration  devops  ebook2  applications  and  microservices  pivotal  the  new  stack  makers 
january 2016 by jonerp
New Analysis: Pivotal Now Makes It Easier Than Ever to Take Software from Idea to Production - by @holgermu
"Today Pivotal used its upcoming European Cloud Foundry user conference to release a round up press release on its overall progress… time to check in where Cloud Foundry stands today."
cloud  foundry  docker  microservices  microsoft  nextgen  apps  open  source  paas  pivotal 
november 2015 by jonerp
What’s in Store for 2015: A Few Predictions - by @sogrady
"It is equally true, however, that building an open source company is inherently more challenging than building one around proprietary software. This has led to the creation of a variety of complicated monetization mechanisms, which attempt to recreate proprietary margins while maintaining the spirit of the underlying open source project. Of these, open core has emerged as the most common. In this model, a company maintains an open source “core” while layering on premium, proprietary components."
business  models  cloud  collaboration  containers  databases  hardware-as-a-service  microservices  mobile  platform-as-a-service  programming  languages  software-as-a-service 
february 2015 by jonerp

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