Posts Tagged ‘Microservices’

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Introduction to Event Driven Microservices

In the world of software development, microservice architecture is one of the most frequently discussed subjects. You’ll learn what Microservices are in this blog.   What is a Microservice? Many Large-Scale Software Projects Employ the architectural approach known as a Microservice System. Efficiency, dependability, performance, and scalability are to be increased. A single application can […]

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Introduction to CQRS, AXON Framework and AXON Server

Introduction We will learn about the Axon Framework, Axon Server, what CQRS is, how it works, and why it is so Popular worldwide in this blog. AXON is an Open-Source Framework for event-driven microservices and domain-driven design. It is a Java Framework that gives developers access to repositories, implementations of crucial components including aggregates, command, […]

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The Importance of Application Modernization for Businesses in 2022

Application modernization is a growing area of focus for enterprises, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Why? Because business leaders feel increasing pressure to drive innovation. Digital trends, remote work, and escalating customer expectations are among the reasons. No industry is immune to these dynamics. Businesses must evolve to succeed, which is why […]

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Microsoft Announces Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise for Advancing Application Modernization

Application modernization and innovation has remained a top priority of enterprises for the past several years. The economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic (and subsequent aftershocks) has only escalated this priority. In a related post, we recognize the challenges of modernizing and migrating legacy applications, which include “legacy knowledge, custom-built processes, databases, and solutions […]

How To Migrate To Microservices (and Recognize When You Need Them)

How to Migrate to Microservices (And Recognize When You Need Them)

Microservices can become a strong pillar of innovation, but the process of adopting them can bring organizations to a standstill if handled incorrectly. While microservices bring many advantages, such as solving issues with complexity or accelerating the velocity of deployments, they also present a lot of new challenges that can really slow down the process […]

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Many Hands Make Light Work – Handshake Search Connector Architecture

In our first post, we discussed the need to move away from standalone application solution approach to search connectors. In this post, we will describe the Handshake architecture at a high level. We elected to move towards a microservice architecture for a few reasons: Less resource intensive Scheduling, component reuse, and maintenance Newer and growing […]

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The Focus and the F-150

My favorite car is still my second car after college, a 2001 bright yellow Ford Focus ZX3. The reason is simple: it was the absolute minimum car required for my needs.  Manual cranks served to both to open the windows and as the sole method of air conditioning in the car and the manual transmission […]

Join us for Red Hat Microservices Day in Dallas

What are microservices? It is an approach to application development in which a large application is built as a suite of modular components or services. The microservice architecture enables the rapid, frequent, and reliable delivery of large, complex applications. It also enables an organization to evolve its technology stack. Microservices are: Highly maintainable and testable […]

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Red Hat: Adopting Cloud-Native Development Processes

With the growing popularity of the cloud, enterprises are looking for ways to adopt cloud-native development into their existing processes. New applications can be built using cloud models and services, microservices, autonomous development teams, agile and continuous development, and containers. However, it is time-consuming, costly, and inefficient to create new applications instead of learning to […]

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Tackle Security Concerns for Application Modernization

In our previous post, Create Your Transformation Roadmap for Application Modernization, we offered guidance to prepare your organization for successful cloud adoption. Part 2 of this series addresses some of the security concerns you may stumble upon in your cloud journey. We also share some best practices for infusing security across your organization. Questions about […]

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Create Your Transformation Roadmap for Application Modernization

In our previous post, Multiple Paths to Cloud: Migrating Legacy Applications, we explored options that allow you to develop, deploy, and manage new applications on cloud but still continue using your existing data center. Next, we’ll provide guidance on planning and preparing your organization for successful cloud adoption. Part 1 highlights the importance of creating a […]

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Multiple Paths to Cloud: Migrating Legacy Applications

In our previous blog post, Multiple Paths to Cloud: Taking a Cloud Native Approach, we discussed the importance of a unified plan for cloud adoption as well as the benefits of cloud native to build apps. In part two, we examine options for migrating legacy applications to the cloud. This path to cloud adoption has […]

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