Author: Uma Mahesh

Microservices Deployments with Containers and Orchestrators

In this article, we are going to discuss Microservices Deployments with Containers and Orchestrators. As you know that we learned practices and patterns about Microservices Design patterns and add them into our design toolbox. And we will use these pattern and practices when designing e-commerce microservice architecture. By the end of the article, you will learn how to deploy microservices in Microservices Architectures with applying Microservices patterns and principles. Microservices Deployments with Containers and Orchestrators

Domain-Driven Design, Microservices and Kafka

Microservices have a symbiotic relationship with domain-driven design (DDD)—a design approach where the business domain is carefully modeled in software and evolved over time, independently of the plumbing that makes the system work. I see this pattern coming up more and more in the field in conjunction with Apache Kafka®. In these projects, microservice architectures

Implementation of Zero Trust Environment through Cloud Security Controls

Covid pandemic has made the traditional perimeter-based network defence obsolete. Customers expect organizations to maintain security controls similar to controlled/organizational environment in work from home scenario too and getting accustomed to “Zero Trust” environment would be a perfect solution to address all statutory, compliance and regulatory security requirements. Cloud applications and the mobile workforce have

Five Things You Need to Know about DataOps

DataOps can help you bring together your data, team, tools and processes to become a truly data-driven organization Did you know that DataOps is one of the three innovation triggers listed in data management by Gartner in their 2018 innovation insight report? That means there’s a lot of interest around the concept and several people

DevOps – Containers Orchestration

Introduction Nowadays software packaged as container images and ran in containers is an industry-accepted standard of running and distributing applications. Some of the benefits of using containers are: A high degree of portability Consistent operations processes Scalability and resiliency mostly Enabling common tooling thanks to open standards As with everything, there are no free lunches!
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