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CONTAINERS AND MICROSERVICES

Moving to a microservices architecture using Docker or Rocket promises to provide deployment flexibility, giving organizations the ability to move applications through the lifecycle in a standardized fashion. But building and inventorying microservices containers, knowing what versions are deployed where and understanding the dependencies is hard.

Golden Circle Solutions can help.

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Automated provisioning and application deployments eliminates errors and reduces risk, providing predictability at speed

Shared visibility of health and status of multiple releases eliminates blind-spots, keeps the process moving, and provides auditability.

Approvals gates to control the promotion of packages allows auditability without restricting velocity. Integrations with ITSM systems ensure process compliance and visibility.

UI-based automation and dashboards provide at-a-glance visibility for approvals. “Path-to-production” view shows if what is deployed in an environment is compliant with the release manifest

Learn how Golden Circle Solutions orchestrates your Docker containers and microservices-based application releases.

Solutions For Microservices

Organizations adopt microservices architectures to continuously innovate and foster agility. With Anypoint Platform™, you can implement microservices in a way that allows you to build new solutions in a manageable, reusable, and governed manner..

Microservices Benefits

Organizations adopt microservices architectures to continuously innovate and foster agility. With Anypoint Platform™, you can implement microservices in a way that allows you to build new solutions in a manageable, reusable, and governed manner..

APIs, Microservices are the changing role of IT

To succeed in today’s digital economy, organizations need
to drive at very different clock speed and embrace change
in their customer’s market, competitive landscape, and products. Below are five technology trends that I predict will have
a major impact on businesses.

With new digital disruptors knocking down the door and
competition growing fierce across all industries, I predict we
will see an uptick in organizations making an effort to
change the way they operate internally to innovate more
quickly at the edges.

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Thinking outside the microservices box

Microservices are on the rise, with almost half (44%) of IT
professionals now deploying applications as a set of independent, modular assets that support individual business
processes. There’s plenty of reasons why there’s so much
buzz around this approach right now.

Microservices are essentially a way of breaking large,
monolithic applications down into a set of loosely coupled
functions that are clearly defined to support a specific
business process.

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Why DevOps and APIs are a match made in heaven

In our technology-driven world, organizations cannot afford
to stand still. They need to deliver software at high velocity
without sacrificing stability, which is why DevOps has become such a popular approach.

As the name suggests, DevOps is an attempt to combine
software development and IT operations in order to effectively get the best of both worlds: the rapid iteration
favored by the former and the stability, reliability and
security favored by the latter.

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Splunk’s CIO on DevOps, APIs, and the evolving role

The role of IT has evolved from a centralized delivery model
to IT as a service, where IT-owned capabilities are being
offered as a service throughout the business to drive new
levels of agility. One CIO embracing the changing role is
Declan Morris of Splunk, which enables organizations to
turn massive streams of data into operational intelligence.

In this Q&A, Declan explains how Splunk’s IT team is driving value across the organization and partnering with the
business to deliver on a unified vision focused on customers and growth.

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How the API Economy is igniting a cultural shift in businesses

We are in the middle of a generational shift in technology.
The convergence of digital forces—namely mobile, SaaS,
cloud, big data, Internet of Things (IoT), and social—is
creating a massive disruption in the market and altering
consumer expectations. Today, everything needs to be personalized, dynamic, always on, and always mobile.

As a result, there’s no shortage of organizations hoping to reinvent themselves for the digital age.

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Physical, virtual, social

Networks have always been at the heart of our society,
defining our relationships, creating our experiences and
ultimately shaping our lives. From the steam railways that
enabled commerce between cities and towns, to the cables
that paved the way for global communication over telephones and then the internet, networks have a history of
redefining our way of life.

More recently, the internet has given rise to virtual networks
that allow us to connect to vast computing resources, and
social networks that allow us to cultivate our own global
communities.

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THE 6 MICROSERVICES PATTERNS

Below is a taxonomy of the 6 microservices patterns available to make adopting this architecture an easier task for your organization. Each of these patterns is not a general pattern; rather, each organization can choose to make a set of trade-offs that prioritize particular things over others. It is our hope that users who implement a particular pattern will use this as a reference in order to plan their architecture following these patterns, rather than attempting to over-apply any single pattern and therefore break it through compromise. The intended state is to design and implement a microservices architecture using a mixture of these patterns, rather than choose one and migrate towards it.

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