If you are within a stones throw of the DevOps marketplace you have undoubtably noticed the growing trend in Microservices. Whether you have been staying up-to-date with the latest articles and blogs, or you just read the definition for the first time, these 5 Microservices Resources You Need In Your Life will guide you through the ins and outs of Microservices in today’s world.
8 Questions You Need to Ask About Microservices, Containers & Docker in 2015:
In this comprehensive blog, Andrew Phillips explores the 8 questions every organization needs to be investigating in relation to containers before making any kind of decision. These include, Storage, Failover, Delivery model, Release strategy, Ownership, Patching, Support and Licensing. If you are looking for a multi-angle look at Microservices, this is the blog you should be reading.
Talk about your All-Star line up, Host Gene Kim (The Pheonix Project), Andrew Phillips (VP Products XebiaLabs), Gary Gruver (Former VP of Release, Macy’s), Randy Shoup (Former Dir. Engeering Cloud Comp. Google). These four gentlemen team together for a discussion on Microservices that is a must for anyone even thinking about this subject.
In this blog, Andrew Phillips takes some time to discuss not what Microservices are, but how they are changing the application deployment landscape.”Yesterday’s workflow-based deployment tools were designed to deal with complex deployments of large, individual applications. With Microservices we need new tooling that can harness a multitude of much smaller deployments.”
Exploring Microservices: 14 Questions Answered By Experts:
This downloadable white paper features the best 14 questions asked to our expert panel after the Exploring The Uncharted Territory of Microservices Webinar. The questions answered in this resource discuss Microservices as a practice more than just a philosophy. These real world questions will give you a better understanding of how your peers might be utilizing this new philosophy in the IT space.
This blog by Andrew Phillips was made for those of us who are just starting on our Microservices journey. If you are looking for a quick understanding of what Microservices are, how they are used and what workflows they are replacing, this is the article you need in your life. “The days of The Big App are over – at least, for the foreseeable future.”