Microservices

Best practices for threat modeling service mesh, microservices

Source:-searchsecurity.techtarget.com Security professionals have probably noticed that containers, such as Docker and Rkt, as well as container orchestration — for example, Kubernetes — are gaining traction in a big way. This is because, as developers have discovered the power of microservices, they are moving away from monolithic or tightly coupled component design architectures and moving instead toward more decoupled models — i.e., models where REST is used as a layer of abstraction. In microservices and service mesh environments, communications don’t follow static

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Bell Canada Implements Cloud-Native and Microservices-based Digital Solution to Enhance Next Generation Customer Services

Source:-globenewswire.com ST. LOUIS, Feb. 04, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Amdocs (NASDAQ:DOX), a leading provider of software and services to communications and media companies, today announced that Bell, Canada’s largest communications company, has implemented RevenueONE, a key building block of CES20 which is Amdocs’ market leading, cloud-native customer experience suite, on Amdocs Microservices360. Building on a longstanding managed services relationship, this latest implementation further supports Bell’s commitment to champion customer experience by simplifying its retail engagement with customers. Communications Service Providers

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Micro services in Healthcare Market 2020 Global Size, Share, Growth, Statistics, Historical Analysis, Production, Consumption, Manufactures and Industry Growth by Forecast 2026

Source:-filmibaba.com The Global Micro services in Healthcare Market is expected to rise from its initial estimated value of USD 132.01 million in 2018 to an estimated value of USD 643.66 million by 2026 registering a CAGR of 21.9% in the forecast period of 2019-2026. This rise in the market can be attributed to the efficient and high speed project delivery. This report offers an advanced and in-depth assessment of the global Micro services in Healthcare market, taking into consideration market

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4 predictions for Open Source in 2020

Source:-idgconnect.com This is a contributed article by Patrick McFadin, VP Developer Relations, DataStax As a way of approaching software development, open source has been with us for decades. For over twenty years, organisations like the Apache Software Foundation have supported the development of open source software projects that led to new applications and online services enjoyed by billions globally. However, what will happen to open source in 2020 and in the years ahead? Will the open source movement continue to

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Microservices – how to redefine the possible in digital transformation

Source:-bobsguide.com Digital transformation is more akin to a journey than a destination and all banks start out from different points. Although the journey is necessary, there are many barriers to progress, including: inertia, existing structures and lack of knowledge of the required modern technologies. Find out how to progress at our upcoming event with AWS: ‘Embracing Monolith Modernisation’ The structure of many banks is an accident of history. Most have grown up along product lines. In the beginning, there was just

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Portshift Moves to Secure Microservices

Source:-containerjournal.com Portshift this week added a Policy Advisor control interface that enables organizations to identify the most efficient and secure connections that can be made between microservices based on containers. Zohar Kaufman, vice president of research and development for Portshift, says the extension to a platform that enables organizations to create a zero-trust application environment by assigning identities to applications also makes the Portshift Cloud Workload Protection Platform applicable to emerging cloud-native applications. Any communication between microservices that is not specifically allowed

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From Monolith to Observable Microservices using DDD

Source: infoq.com Gomez: My name is Maria Gomez, I’ve been working at ThoughtWorks for the last seven years. Currently, I play the role of Head of Technology for ThoughtWorks in Spain in sunny Barcelona. As I said, I’ve been working for ThoughtWorks for seven years, in the last four and a half I’ve been mainly working with organizations that are on a digital transformation journey. This talk will have a lot of the experience and learnings that I picked up

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Cloud Microservices Market 2019-2025 at CAGR of +24% Including Leading Players- AWS, CA Technologies, Contino, CoScale, IBM, Idexcel, Infosys, Kontena, Macaw Software, Marlabs, Microsoft

Source: MicroService and Cloud are two buzzwords in today’s technology landscape. In the current agile era, micro-service is an architectural style which structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services, on the other hand, the foundational concept of cloud is providing an enterprise standard IT infrastructure easily and seamlessly on few mouse clicks (IaaS) and Amazon is one of the pole stars in this expanse. The global cloud microservices market which was represented a CAGR of approximately +24%

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Ingram Micro is helping its vendors and channel partners transform to the cloud

Source :- gigabitmagazine.com Ingram Micro is an emergent leader in the global technology sector; dedicated to enabling its customers and its entire organization to achieve technological transformation. “Technology underpins our organization and the pressure is on to get it right. To achieve a competitive advantage, companies must align with the evolving landscape. Ingram Micro is well poised to meet the demands of this evolution,” says Greg Onoprijenko, Director of Cloud for the company’s Canada operations. “We’re continuously innovating to maintain relevancy

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Why microservices needs AIOps

Source:- itproportal.com Microservices – a legitimate trend or just hype? Undoubtedly microservices are part of a legitimate trend, they are a specific instance of a more general trend towards making IT systems more modular and independent. As a consequence of modularisation, there is also a desire within IT to miniaturise components – in essence, building applications with less code and less functionality. Historically, system components would be around for years. However, due to the nature of microservices they now only

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