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4 Microservices Examples: Amazon, Netflix, Uber, and Etsy

Some of the most innovative and profitable microservices architecture examples among enterprise companies in the world — like Amazon, Netflix, Uber, and Etsy — attribute their IT initiatives’ enormous success in part to the adoption of microservices. Over time these enterprises dismantled their monolithic applications. They then refactored them into microservices-based architectures to quickly achieve scaling advantages, greater business agility, and unimaginable profits.


REST APIs vs Microservices: The Differences and How They Work Together

The terms RESTful API and Microservices go hand-in-hand when building a microservices-based application. Nevertheless, they refer to very different things. The easiest way to understand the difference between RESTful APIs and microservices is like this.

Microservice Observability with Kong Mesh

Microservice Observability with Kong Mesh Brought to you by @KongInc Senior Solutions Engineer Ahmed Koshok. In this video, Ahmed Koshok demonstrates how Kong Mesh enables you to monitor and troubleshoot your microservices in real-time. Kong Mesh is a service mesh built on top of the Envoy proxy that provides advanced observability features for microservices. With Kong Mesh, you can collect telemetry data, trace requests across multiple services, and visualize service dependencies.

Microservices Trends: The Top 4 Trends That Will Shape Microservices Development

Microservices architecture has emerged as a popular approach for developing software applications in recent years. Instead of building monolithic applications, microservices architecture involves breaking down an application into smaller, independent services that can be developed, deployed, and scaled independently. This approach offers a number of benefits, including increased flexibility, better scalability, and improved fault tolerance.


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.