Category Archives: Microservices

What will become obsolete first: a language or a deployment type?

In the new article “Java and C# are Obsolete in the Age of Docker” Erik Engheim states: “Languages running on virtual machines were developed to make deployment on any platform easy. But this ability no longer matters when your software … Continue reading

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From Basics To Deploying Scalable Web Applications

This “JavaScript in Plain English” article provides an introductory roadmap for beginners who are looking to get into the development of modern applications running 24*7 web services. Link

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Microservices Design – API Gateway Pattern

Decision Microservices and Serverless Architecture quickly become the de-facto approach for many modern decision-making applications.  “The goal of the microservices is to sufficiently decompose/decouple the application into loosely coupled microservices/modules in contrast to monolithic applications where modules are highly coupled … Continue reading

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Next DecisionCAMP Monthly Session on Nov. 5

The next DecisionCAMP monthly session “Building lightweight composable process applications using rules + workflow” will be presented by Dipo Majekodunmi, Solution Architect at ProcessMaker Inc., on Nov 5, 2020 at 12:00 PM EST. Join us at Zoom using the invite … Continue reading

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Intelligent Event Broker

Jason English, a Principal Analyst from Intellyx, wrote a whitepaper called “Event Mesh: Event-Driven Architecture for the Real Time Enterprise”:  “We live and work in an event-driven world. Tightly coupled integrations, and conventional data transfer and processing techniques won’t be … Continue reading

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Teach Your Microservices to Dance

Jonathan Schabowsky from Solace.com focuses on the choreography of stateless event-driven microservices: “Orchestration entails actively controlling all elements and interactions like a conductor directs the musicians of an orchestra, while Choreography entails establishing a pattern or routine that microservices follow … Continue reading

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Top 5 Serverless Platforms in 2020

Companies transfer to serverless computing to become more agile, scalable, and efficient. Instead of maintaining their own server infrastructure and investing in storage space, businesses can cooperate with professional vendors who specialize in providing safe, fast, and reliable computing infrastructure. … Continue reading

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Building Decision Optimization Microservices

A new LinkedIn’s post “Building a complete cloud-based Decision Optimization Service” converts our April-2020 Challenge “Doctor Planning” to a complete decision optimization application called “Worker Scheduler“. It demonstrates that using modern cloud-based architecture and popular open-source tools such as JavaSolver, … Continue reading

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Moving decisioning logic from run-time to build-time

Today’s post by Edoardo Vacchi stresses an important trend in the programming landscape: cloud-based applications (microservices) should be small, super-efficient, and quick to start, that brings us back to code generation. “Moving processing out of your run-time and into build-time, … Continue reading

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How microservices enable hybrid tenancy

Pete Brown from Pega published the article “Cloud: Hybrid-tenancy is replacing single and multi-tenancy“: Microservices is an architecture where each functions of an application are separated from each other and communicate through APIs and protocols. It differs from traditional software design, … Continue reading

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