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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  • August 05, 2022 05 Aug'22

    Inside Bukalapak’s cloud strategy

    Indonesian e-commerce unicorn Bukalapak’s multicloud strategy, underpinned by the use of microservices and DevOps, has enabled it to meet the diverse needs of its users while addressing business requirements

  • August 02, 2022 02 Aug'22

    VMware CEO defends Broadcom deal

    Raghu Raghuram is confident that Broadcom will invest in growing VMware through a broad portfolio of assets that will serve its entire customer base, not just its biggest customers

  • July 29, 2022 29 Jul'22

    How TCS is supporting Australia’s electricity market settlement

    Tata Consultancy Services worked with the Australian Energy Market Operator to build a new system that speeds up electricity market settlement

  • July 22, 2022 22 Jul'22

    Forrester: European cloud adoption accelerates

    The rise in public cloud usage across the UK and EU will speed up new cloud-specific regulations

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  • What is cloud native computing?

    Cloud native computing as championed, advocated and evangelised by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) itself is an approach that uses an open source software stack to deploy applications ... Continue Reading

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