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Low-risk Monolith to Microservice Evolution Part I

As part of a two-day microservices workshop I’m putting together, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to explain monolith-application decomposition and what a transition to microservices might look like. This is a small subset of that material, but I want to share with you to get feedback (in the workshop we go into more detail about whether you should ...

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Eclipse MicroProfile: 5 Things You Need to Know

Optimising Enterprise Java for Microservice Architecture The Eclipse MicroProfile initiative was launched at JavaOne 2016, the brainchild of server vendors and Java user groups, in order to address the shortcomings in the Enterprise Java microservices space. The pace of Java EE releases slowed to a point where it was unable to meet the challenges of the rapidly advancing microservice trend. ...

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Deep Dive to Hystrix Resiliency Maintenance

In my previous Microservice Tutorial , I have shown How We can use Hystrix as a circuit Breaker and how to give our service a breathing room to recover itself. In this tutorial, we will take a deep dive into Hystrix architecture and we will eventually get to know How it manages resiliency in a complex system. Let assume there ...

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Microservices Patterns With Envoy Sidecar Proxy: The series

I’ve blogged in the past about “how I’m excited for a ‘2.0’ microservices stack” and what some of that entails. I even tried to lay out why service interaction/conversations and the network are the hardest parts of a practical microservices implementation. In this (and a next series of posts) post, I’d like to start to go a bit deeper. With ...

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Top 6 Performance Challenges in Managing Microservices in a Hybrid Cloud

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! As we review the history of enterprise applications we have seen several trends emerge over the years. In the mid-late 90s we built applications to be large and monolithic because they were destined to be published to very large ...

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The Hardest Part of Microservices: Calling Your Services

You’re probably saying “Wait. You already wrote a blog telling me the hardest part of microservices was my data. So what is the hardest part? That? or Calling your services?” There are lots of hard parts of microservices, actually. The blogosphere/conferencesphere/vendorspehere tends to romanticize microservices but from the technology perspective, we’re building distributed systems. And distributed systems are hard. I ...

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