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Microservices: Retiring the Monolith 5 Steps to Put Microservices in Action Now
November 12, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
The experts from System Soft Technologies, Don Bilbrey, Senior Cloud Architect, Anil Kumar, Senior Software Architect, and Steven Ash, Senior PHP Developer, discuss microservices and transformative approaches to more revenue. They provide in-depth information on business success and pitfalls to avoid.
5 Steps to Put Microservices in Action Now for Business Agility, Efficiency, Resiliency, and More Revenue.
Google, Amazon and Facebook have run microservices for more than a decade, influencing 77% of organizations to adopt microservices, with 92% experiencing success, according to a recent O’Reilly survey. And, with microservices projected to grow globally at a 22.5% rate through 2025, microservices over monolithic architectures must be carefully considered.
This webinar provides decision-makers and IT professionals a foundational understanding of how the building blocks of containers, APIs, and scalable cloud infrastructure can be used to develop a strong microservices strategy for your organization to address crucial business challenges with agility, and efficiency, resiliency, and revenue growth. You will learn how to help get products to market rapidly and create a robust debugging strategy.
- Learn about the Single Responsibility Principle.
- Isolation. Building and maintaining a single capability, without impacting other functions.
- Autonomy. Microservices in action are autonomous, so users can choose to accept or reject the promise offered by a provider but cannot direct it to behave in a particular way.
- Data Encapsulation. Microservices capture the data (or state) and behavior as a single unit, and persistent data for each service must be private, allowing the user access to the data only through its published interfaces or APIs.
- Inter-process Communication. Microservices interact with each other to fulfill a user’s request or perform a business function.
We will also cover our QuickStrike Workshop, which delivers a rapid review of your architecture and a defined plan for true business transformation, encompassing IT, processes, people, and culture.