Posts Tagged: microservice

Writing Microservices in Go

In Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms, the heroic archetype Frederick Henry stated of martinis, ”I had never tasted anything so cool and clean. They made me feel civilized.” The days of Hemingway might have been absent of APIs and coding languages, but had he been around in the modern era, he would have probably said the same of Go, the unique, refreshing, future-friendly language taking the API world by storm. Read more

3 Strategies For Developing Microservices

In our first Microservice Showdown, we addressed the architectural design choices behind the most popular APIs — we covered the strengths and weaknesses inherent in each, and we discussed exactly why making such a choice matters. In this article, the second part of the Microservice Showdown series, we’ll be tackling a more complex topic — the overall development approach. Read more

Microservice Showdown – REST vs SOAP vs Apache Thrift (And Why It Matters)

The world of APIs is changing. While the early API landscape was largely dominated by monoliths, or an application which provides all of its services through a giant, singular application, the modern API development architecture has been steadily moving towards microservices. Read more

How To Control User Identity Within Microservices

Everyone’s excited about microservices, but actual implementation is sparse. Perhaps the reason is that people are unclear on how these services talk to one another; especially tricky is properly maintaining identity and access management throughout a sea of independent services. Read more

Microservices Architecture: The Good, The Bad, and What You Could Be Doing Better

It’s no longer one app to rule them all. From a user experience perspective, the industry has reached what Web Informant David Strom calls a “cheaper, pay by the drink model, [where you] don’t have to implement a particular computing environment or end-point device–now it’s their phone or their tablets.” On the consumer side, we aren’t just offering behemoth platforms like Salesforce, but we are drilling down to add dimension, allowing users to pick and choose their workflows. Read more