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Service Discovery in a Microservices Architecture

Editor – This seven‑part series of articles is now complete: Introduction to Microservices Building Microservices: Using an API Gateway Building Microservices: Inter-Process Communication in a Microservices Architecture Service Discovery in a Microservices Architecture (this article) Event-Driven Data Management for Microservices Choosing a Microservices Deployment Strategy Refactoring a Monolith into Microservices You can also download the complete…

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NGINX vs. Apache: Our View of a Decade-Old Question

The Apache HTTP server and NGINX are the two most popular open source web servers powering the Internet today. When Igor Sysoev began working on NGINX over 10 years ago, no one expected that the project he created for the purpose of accelerating a large Apache‑based service would grow to have the influence it has now. Apache…

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5 Tips for Faster AWS Performance

The AWS re:Invent conference was held October 6–9, 2015 in Las Vegas. Amazon Web Services (AWS), the leading provider of cloud‑based computing services, is a great resource and platform for web application development. AWS customers include big names such as Adobe, Airbnb, NASA, Netflix, Slack, and Zynga. You can use AWS for prototyping, for mixed deployments (alongside…

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Network vs. DevOps: How to Manage Your Control Issues

There’s no disputing that technology and infrastructure have changed dramatically over the years. Web sites have long since evolved from “just-a-bunch-of-files-and-scripts” to an intricate mix of modular applications made up of reusable code components – all using HTTP, which has become the dominant protocol for Internet communication. And these web applications now run people’s lives. Users…

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Adopting Microservices: Getting Started with Implementation

We’ve been talking a lot about why organizations should adopt microservices and use a four-tier architecture when building applications and websites. Microservices enable architects, developers, and engineers to keep pace with the demand for new app functionality and better performance across distributed experiences and devices. They provide technology that is independent, flexible, resilient, easy to deploy, organizationally aligned, and easily composed.

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