Microservices

Soap is has traditionally been used to connect code running on Windows and Linux platforms, but the world has moved on. Today, the cleanest approach is to run each software building block in its own virtual machine. This is essentially a microservice. The code runs in a container, complete with its own operating environment, and communicates with other microservices using a Representational state transfer (REST) or RESTful APIs.

News : Microservices

  • April 07, 2021 07 Apr'21

    VMware to ease hybrid cloud deployments

    VMware is combining VMware Cloud Foundation and its Tanzu portfolio into a single software stack to simply hybrid and multi-cloud deployment and management

  • April 06, 2021 06 Apr'21

    Bank BJB Syariah taps DevOps

    Indonesia’s Bank Jabar Banten Syariah is adopting DevOps and microservices to speed up delivery of applications

  • March 29, 2021 29 Mar'21

    CW Innovation Awards: How DBS is transforming credit processes

    DBS Bank’s credit architecture programme has digitised and reimagined credit processes through a unified platform that has improved the productivity and efficiency of its credit teams

  • March 25, 2021 25 Mar'21

    Interview: Paul Douglas, Scottish Water

    Building an enterprise architecture involves balancing near- and mid-term goals with longer-term business objective, cost and technical challenges, says Paul Douglas, lead enterprise architect at Scottish Water

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