Microservices in the Enterprise: Friend or Foe?

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A micro approach to a macro problem?

The microservice hype is everywhere, and although the industry can’t seem to agree on an exact definition, we are repeatedly told that moving away from a monolithic application to a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) consisting of small services is the correct way to build and evolve software systems. However, there is currently an absence of traditional ‘Enterprise’ organisations talking about their adoption of microservices. This blog post is a preview to a larger article, which explores the use of microservices in the Enterprise.

Interfaces – Good contracts make for good neighbours

Whether you are starting a greenfield microservice project or are tasked with deconstructing an existing monolith into services, the first task is to define the boundaries and corresponding Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) of your new components.

The suggested granularity of a service in a microservice architecture is finer in comparison with what…

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Microservices in the Enterprise: Friend or Foe?

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