May 31 2020
Microservices and Containers by Parminder Singh Kocher Transition to Microservices and DevOps to Transform Your Software Development Effectiveness Thanks to the tech sector’s latest game-changing innovations—the Internet of Things (IoT), software-enabled networking, and software as a service (SaaS), to name a few—there is now a seemingly insatiable demand for platforms and architectures that can improve the process of application development and deployment. In Microservices and Containers, longtime systems architect and engineering team leader Parminder Kocher analyzes two of the hottest new technology trends: microservices and containers. Together, as Kocher demonstrates, microservices and Docker containers can bring unprecedented agility and scalability to application development and deployment, especially in large, complex projects where speed is crucial but small errors can be disastrous. Learn how to leverage microservices and Docker to drive modular architectural design, on-demand scalability, application performance and reliability, time-to-market, code reuse, and exponential improvements in DevOps effectiveness. Kocher offers detailed guidance and a complete roadmap for transitioning from monolithic architectures, as well as an in-depth case study that walks the reader through the migration of an enterprise-class SOA system. Understand how microservices enable you to organize applications into standalone components that are easier to manage, update, and scale Decide whether microservices and containers are worth your investment, and manage the organizational learning curve associated with them Apply best practices for interprocess communication among microservices Migrate monolithic systems in an orderly fashion Understand Docker containers, installation, and interfaces Network, orchestrate, and manage Docker containers effectively Use Docker to maximize scalability in microservices-based applications Apply your learning with an in-depth, hands-on case study Whether you are a software architect/developer or systems professional looking to move on from older approaches or a manager trying to maximize the business value of these technologies, Microservices and Containers will be an invaluable addition to your library. Register your product at informit.com/register for convenient access to downloads, updates, and/or corrections as they become available.
Application Insights support for Microservices and Containers
This allows you to send all the data from all your servers to a single Application Insights resource, and filter on cloud_RoleName to see performance and health information for individual microservices. The cloud_RoleName property is set by SDKs to represent the appropriate name for your microservice, container, or app Microservices for IAM: container security and personal data | CSO
Using containers and microservices to provide better IAM. Achieve Software Delivery Speed and Security With Microservices
DevOps aim to increase one's speed of software delivery, but not with the same old architecture. One also needs microservices and containers (e.g., Docker) to package software for incremental change. But containers are new, and they introduce a range of new security issues that developers and security architects have Microservices and containers present a new deployment model in
Deploying microservices in the cloud isn't always easy, but containers can help. Here's why combining microservices and containers will be big this year. Microservices & Containers | YugaByte DB
Decentralized Data Management for Microservices. Power each microservice with its independent, co-located cluster. Choose between Cassandra and Redis APIs based on developer preference. Benefit from transactional, better performing, massively scalable Cassandra or Redis as a fault-tolerant, distributed DB.