Category Archives: Microservices

One Microjourney™ at a time

Alan Trefler, CEO at Pegasystems, just introduced “The new way of operating: One microjourney™ at a time“: What we’re really talking about are microjourneys – an optimized outcome for each customer touchpoint that, for example, changes the customer experience, builds a relationship, … Continue reading

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How Do Your Decision Microservices Communicate?

After you deploy your business decision models as microservices, you need to organize your inter-service communication.  Usually, your decision microservices are stateless. But what if they need to maintain some state? What if they updated values and those values got … Continue reading

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New Gartner IaaS Magic Quadrant

On July 19 Gartner published its latest “Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service, Worldwide“. AWS is being recognized as the Leader for 9th consecutive year following Microsoft, Google, Alibaba, Oracle, and IBM. The report describes their offerings with … Continue reading

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Sandy Kemsley: Case Management Meets Microservices

Sandy Kemsley is an independent analyst well-known for her thoughtful reports and blogs in the area of intelligent process automation.  A quote from Sandy’s latest blog post: “Moving from a monolithic application to microservices architecture makes good sense for many … Continue reading

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From “Monolithic” to “Microservices”

Traditionally web applications wrapped up business logic, data retrieval, validation, persistence, security and UI in a single bundle deployed on a web server such as Tomcat. This approach continues to work well but nowadays it’s called “monolithic” and many web … Continue reading

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Decision Microservices

Nowadays microservices quickly become a highly popular architectural approach showing a lot of benefits over the legacy style of monolithic single applications. The latest DMN specifies Decision Services and more and more people deploy their decision projects as Decision Microservices. … Continue reading

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Your System has State: So Let’s Deal with It

“Making services stateless is widely considered to be a good idea.. The rub is that most applications need state of some form, and this needs to live somewhere, so the system ends up bottlenecking on the data layer.. Event streaming … Continue reading

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