Purpose-Driven Microservice Design | by John Vester | Jun, 2022

Creating purpose-driven microservices should always be a goal. Find out how Render Blueprints can offer a reproducible strategy. Buzzwords aren’t something I expected when I started my career. In those days, most of the technology news arrived in paper-based weekly publications like InformationWeek and Network World. I remember thinking to myself, “Man, they are using … Read more

Purpose-Driven Microservice Design – DZone Web Dev

Buzzwords aren’t something I expected when I started my career. In those days, most of the technology news arrived in paper-based weekly publications like InformationWeek and Network World. I remember thinking to myself, “Man, they are using these same words over and over again each week.” That translated to people using buzzwords … all the … Read more

Domain-Driven Design Principles to Microservice

Microservices are the most scalable way of developing software. But you need a good design that lets developer teams work autonomously and deploy without stepping on each other’s toes; otherwise, you lose most of the scalability benefits. Domain-Driven Development allows us to plan a microservice architecture by decomposing the larger system into self-contained units, understanding … Read more

What Are Microservices? – DZone Microservices

Beloved by tech giants like Netflix and Amazon, microservices have become the new darlings in modern software development, even though they are more than a decade old. But, despite the benefits, this paradigm is easy to get wrong. So, let’s explore what microservices are and, more importantly, what they are not. What Are Microservices? The … Read more

Rust as Part of a Microservice Architecture | by applied.math.coding | Jun, 2022

Rust + TypeScript It is already some time ago that I have written a small account about how to use Rust within a full-stack web application (see here). This post is intended to follow up on this by offering an alternative approach in how to include Rust into the application. In general, we might say: … Read more

How to Build Microservices With NodeJS

Building applications is not just meeting the client’s requirements but also integrating complex features along with dynamic programming, maintaining the user experience and the code quality as well. Talking about large-scale applications loaded with features, it is important to ensure that the application runs smoothly. This article will review the microservices architecture, its benefits, and … Read more

Event-Driven Hello World Program – DZone Microservices

Event-driven microservices can be straightforward to describe before implementing, testing, and maintaining. They are also highly responsive to new information in real time, with latencies in Java of below 10 microseconds 99.99% of the time, depending on the functionality of the small, independently deployable microservice. In this introductory article, we use an example event-driven Hello … Read more

Event-Driven Microservices? – DZone Microservices

When Vikas Anand, Product Director of Google’s Apigee API Management offering, gave the presentation “The Case for a Unified API and Event Strategy“ during the recent EDA Summit of 2022, I was again shocked by a gleaming error in what was presented: “Microservices, while they’re providing a great deal of advantages, they also bring in … Read more

Fast Microservices: When Microstream Meets Helidon

Microservices have become a buzzword when we talk about creating a scalable application. But is that enough? The simple answer is no. As with any software architecture decision, it has a trade-off and several challenges. Lucky for us Java developers, there is a combination of two tools to make our life easier: Microstream and MicroProfile. … Read more

Ultra-Fast Microservices: Microstream Meets Payara

Microservices have become a buzzword when we talk about creating a scalable application but is that enough? The simple answer is: no. As with any software architecture decision, it has a trade-off and several challenges. Lucky for us Java developers, there is a combination of two tools to make our life easier: Microstream and MicroProfile. … Read more