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.

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  • November 19, 2020 19 Nov'20

    Why databases are key to Alibaba’s Singles’ Day sales

    With each order split into multiple database transactions, ensuring the scalability and elasticity of database systems was key to the success of Alibaba’s Singles’ Day sales

  • October 22, 2020 22 Oct'20

    ANZ Bank moves digital banking services to container platform

    Australia’s largest bank now runs 30% of its internet banking services on Red Hat OpenShift in a move that has energised developers and paved the way for more automation

  • October 13, 2020 13 Oct'20

    DBS to deploy IBM z15 mainframes

    Singapore’s DBS Bank has signed a seven-year deal with IBM to run and modernise mission-critical applications on z15 mainframes

  • October 09, 2020 09 Oct'20

    Inside VMware’s Kubernetes playbook

    Kubernetes co-creator Joe Beda talks up the evolution of the container orchestration platform and efforts by VMware to help enterprises get the most out of the technology

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