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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Accelerating Cloud Computing in Government Requires New Management Approach

Source: nextgov.com CIOs must swap magic for real insights on what and how cloud technologies benefit to their agency. Public sector technology executives know they need modernization, while also improving cybersecurity and reducing costs. But, they often emphasize technology over outcomes, as if new technologies are magic for delivering better government for the citizen. Moreover, governments often underestimate the care required to adopt new technologies at the scale needed by agencies that impact millions of lives. The cloud is today’s

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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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Australian Govt & AWS strike cloud services deal

Source :- securitybrief.com.au Australia’s Federal, State and Territory government agencies will now access all AWS Cloud services, after AWS struck a deal with Whole-of-Government Australia to deploy AWS. Government agencies, public universities, and government-controlled organisations will now access AWS through a simplified procurement model that aims to reduce administrative overheads and to smooth the procurement process. According to AWS, the Whole-of-Government agreement addresses some of the main barriers of adopting and expanding the use of cloud services, by modernising the way

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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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Microservices and big data start to get closer

Source:- searchdatamanagement.techtarget.com Microservices are riding a wave of user interest, leading to changes in IT organization. ThoughtWorks’ expert, Zhamak Dehghani, discusses what that means for big data. Database development and management are changing dramatically, as microservices gain wider use in the enterprise. That’s according to Zhamak Dehghani, principal consultant at Chicago-based ThoughtWorks, a global technology consulting firm specializing in Agile methods, distributed systems and open source software adoption. The firm has been active in bringing together microservices and big data.

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5 DevOps Terms That We All Use, Yet No One Can Define

Source:- devops.com Let me explain … DevOps is such a big deal that it has bred its very own lexicon. Search Google for “DevOps terms,” and you’ll find a slew of “dictionaries” and “glossaries” dedicated to defining the various terms that go hand in hand with DevOps. Yet despite these resources, some deep ambiguities remain regarding the actual meaning of various terms that you hear frequently in DevOps-centric conversations. Let me walk through some of the biggest. Continuous DevOps is all

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How to improve DevOps value with containers and microservices

Source:- techradar.com DevOps is not simply a set of tools or systems, but rather a methodology requiring stakeholder buy-in for successful execution. DevOps is based on collaboration—using operations, best practices, and organizational culture to streamline and connect development teams and IT operations. The better the system design, the better the DevOps implementation. Deriving the best value from DevOps requires agility many legacy systems can’t deliver. To maximize efficiency, DevOps must operate on a flexible system, such as one running microservices and containers

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Can IT admins benefit from a DevOps environment?

Source- searchdatacenter.techtarget.com If DevOps is implemented poorly, it increases the pressure on admins to deal with uncontrolled code rollouts in the operational environment, which can drain hardware resources and increase troubleshooting time. However, a good DevOps environment with all the right checks and balances in place reduces the number of mind-numbing tasks that admins face, and it provides more time for interesting, value-add tasks that help the business. DevOps also gives admins oversight of developers. Powerful DevOps tools place all the correct filters

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DevOps at Trainline has been a ‘great adventure’

Source- computing.co.uk In 2015, Trainline adopted DevOps in a bid to speed delivery. It started by virtualising services and containerising them, and the new platforms demanded a new way of working. Sana Essid is a platform operations engineer at Trainline. With the infrastructure hosted on AWS, this mostly entails monitoring the cloud services, building new containerised microservices and helping to standardise the architecture. An operations engineer for 15 years at a number of different organisations, she has seen some big changes in

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