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Testkube for your microservices woes

Enterprises have long relied on monolithic applications to run their operations and provide different functions and services to their customers. Monolithic software is designed to be self-contained; components of the program are interconnected and interdependent. If any program component requires an update, the whole application must be redeployed. As enterprises continue to grow their customer base, they will need to upgrade and scale their monolithic architecture.

Future of Data Meetup: Rapidly Build an AI-driven Expense Processing Micro-service with a No-code UI

Discover how you can quickly leverage the no-code NiFi UI to design flows for processing expense receipts with AWS Textract AI and run them in a serverless environment with Cloudera DataFlow Functions on AWS Lambda.

What is Microservices Architecture? How it works?

When you have an annual event at school or university, the teacher always assigns separate tasks to different groups of students. Have you ever wondered why she does that? Well, not only does it lighten the load on her but working in a group also makes you more productive and offers you more choices than when you were working alone. In addition, you learn to organize and coordinate with teams and ultimately produce a better result.


What Are Containerized Microservices?

Containerized microservices are essential to cloud migration and digital transformation plans. Do you have a clear picture of what containerized microservices are and why they’re important? In this guide, you’ll learn about containers, microservices, and how they work together. First up is a bit of history that explains how the need for containers came to be.


Services Oriented Architecture (SOA): Principles, Benefits, and Implementation

In this world of technology, meaningful and understandable software can be controlled easily. While designing the application's architecture, loose coupling between the services is necessary, meaning services should behave as a standalone application. This kind of architecture is called service-oriented architecture because, in this architecture design, we mainly focus on designing separate services and using them to make the whole application.


7 Key Benefits of Microservices

In the age of technology, businesses are experiencing a digital renaissance. Customers are interacting with companies through mobile devices and social media platforms more than ever, and they expect a higher level of service. This has forced businesses to re-evaluate how they operate to meet customer demands. One such way companies are changing the way they work is by adopting the benefits of microservices. The question is, why are microservices so helpful to modern enterprises?


API Contract Testing For A Design-First World

Today, API-driven microservices applications are a source of speed to innovation and competitive advantage – according to SmartBear’s most recent State of Software Quality – API report: However, this modern way of architecting software doesn’t come without challenges. Neglecting to adapt a new approach to service architecture design with a new approach to the underpinnings – API design and testing – can undermine the efforts.


Microservices vs Web Services

In the early days of web application development, monolithic frontends and backends were perfectly fine. But the emergence of the cloud has changed expectations. Developers want to build applications that exchange information with APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). Business owners want faster development times. End users expect zero downtime. This new paradigm enabled the rise of service-oriented architecture (SOA) and, along with it, microservices and web services.