Posts Tagged ‘Microservices’

Over-Engineering: When Microservices Are Too “Micro”

June 20, 2017
When adopting microservices, one has to design them properly. Otherwise, they may bring a negative impact to all of the stages of software development life cycle.

RBC Serves Millions of Customers Digitally—with IBM Bluemix, Blockchain, and AI

June 8, 2017
For its digital transformation, the Royal Bank of Canada bets on the Bluemix platform and microservices, combining mobile and AI technologies.

Addressing Complex Software Systems with Microservices and CI/CD

April 27, 2017
The growing complexity of software requires new architectural approaches to speed up development. If you’re still not into microservices, read on.

An MSP Provider Builds a Cross-IaaS Management Platform with IBM Bluemix

March 10, 2017
Unigma, a managed infrastructure services provider (MSP), recently delivered a cloud platform for unifying infrastructure operations. The company relied on Altoros and IBM Bluemix to accelerate the process.

Microservices with Steeltoe and Cloud Foundry: A .NET App Using MS Face API

January 31, 2017
Demonstrating how to develop/deploy a cross-platform .NET Core app on Cloud Foundry, this solution is using RabbitMQ and Microsoft Cognitive Services API.

Cloud Foundry for Pricing Optimization: GAP’s Experience

January 16, 2017
GAP is a global fashion business with multiple brands and retail stores. Philip Glebow shares the company's experience in automating localized promotional pricing using the Gurobi linear optimizer and Pivotal Cloud Foundry.

Enabling .NET Core Microservices with Steeltoe and Pivotal Cloud Foundry

January 9, 2017
This tutorial explains how to consume Spring Cloud / NetflixOSS services from a .NET Core app—using Steeltoe, an OSS toolkit for creating .NET microservices.

Microservices and OpenWhisk Made Simple: the Story of Dave

August 1, 2016
OpenWhisk is an open-source platform for creating event-based microservices; it is available in IBM Bluemix as a service. Dr. Andreas Nauerz of IBM explains how it works—with a little help from Dave.

Scaling Industrial Event-Driven Microservices with OpenWhisk

July 11, 2016
The Industrial Internet of Things provides opportunities for vast event-driven deployments within enterprise IT. However, scaling out may be an issue.

Event-Driven Microservices with OpenWhisk: Comparison to Traditional Models

July 11, 2016
Cloud-native apps and event-driven architectures bring in a number of new challenges—however, the OpenWhisk platform may help to address the situation.

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