Micro Services on the Client?

The Micro Service Architecture is all about splitting up your application’s (or group of applications’) functionality into separate services that communicate with each other in some standardized way, e.g. JSON over HTTP. While this approach is rapidly gaining adoption in cloud environments, I wonder: is there also a case to be made for micro servicesContinue reading “Micro Services on the Client?”

“Resilience Thinking” in the Micro-Service Architecture

Micro services — the idea of splitting up your “monolith” software architecture into dozens, even hundreds of small services — pops up all over the place these days. At Egnyte we are also regularly discussing this topic, and investigating how to move towards this model more and more. Resilience is a hot topic in this area. Resilience is allContinue reading ““Resilience Thinking” in the Micro-Service Architecture”