Building a microservices-based application requires a wide range of tools and technologies. Since these tools/technologies work together like a multi-faceted puzzle, it’s difficult for a beginner to understand what they are and why they’re necessary. The goal of this guide is to provide an accessible introduction to each of these essential concepts – all in one place.
Microservices are increasingly used in the development world as developers work to create larger, more complex applications that are better developed and managed as a combination of smaller services that work cohesively together for more extensive, application-wide functionality. Tools such as Service Fabric are rising to meet the need to think about and build apps using a piece-by-piece methodology that is, frankly, less mind-boggling than considering the whole of the application at once.
In the dynamic realm of technology, how we conceive, construct, and uphold applications exerts a significant influence on their scalability, ease of maintenance, and ultimate prosperity. Throughout this blog, we will embark on an expedition through the evolutionary trajectory of software architecture.
API as a Service (APIaaS) streamlines the creation and management of APIs in a cloud-based environment. If your enterprise is planning a digital transformation strategy or in the process of migrating to the cloud, you’ve probably heard the terms “microservices” and “APIs.” However, as common as these words are, few people actually understand them unless they’re working as developers. To clear the confusion once and for all, we wrote this guide.