Microservices and containerization

Microservices and containerization

Using microservices is not necessary for containerization. Still, if you use them right, you will get the most benefits of putting release into a scalable, portable, agile, reliable, and isolated environment. Find out how we use them in building our solutions.

Using microservices is not necessary for containerization. Still, if you use them right, you will get the most benefits of putting release into a scalable, portable, agile, reliable, and isolated environment. Find out how we use them in building our solutions.

Speaker: Ratko Cosic

My name is Ratko Cosic and I am a senior developer in Ekobit. I have been leading or contributed to the development of different IT solutions, from accounting, communication, and manufacturing systems. Lecturer and IT researcher in spare time, and a proud father to three kids.

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Testing Microservices Applications

In this article, look at different ways to test microservices and how you can have a suitable testing strategy to begin with.

Microservices and Data Management - DZone Microservices

This article describes the nature of microservices applications, contrasts them with monolithic apps, and talk about microservices in data management.

Microservices and Data Management - DZone Microservices

This article describes the nature of microservices applications, contrasts them with monolithic apps, and talk about microservices in data management.

Microservices and Data Management - DZone Microservices

This article describes the nature of microservices applications, contrasts them with monolithic apps, and talk about microservices in data management.

The Service Mesh in the Microservices World - DZone Microservices

In this article, take a look at the service mesh in the microservices world. The software industry has come a long journey and throughout this journey, Software Architecture has evolved a lot. Starting with 1-tier (Single-node), 2-tier (Client/ Server), 3-tier, and Distributed are some of the Software Architectural patterns we saw in this journey.