Business Outline of Cloud Microservices Market By 2027 | Infosys, IBM, Microsoft, NGINX, OpenLegacy, Pivotal Software

Source:-https://neighborwebsj.com Cloud Microservices market is evaluated based on two segments i.e., by type and application and covers essential statistics and details for current and future market scenarios. The report actively includes informative aspects relating to product developments, launches, and trends, to assist market players, shareholders, and investors in strategic decision making. The report also puts forward the current and future market scenario derived precisely from a thorough analysis of the markets across five major regions: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC),

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Cloud Microservices Market Size 2020 by Top Key Players, Global Trend, Types, Applications, Regional Demand, Forecast to 2027

Source:-https://lionlowdown.com New Jersey, United States,- The report, titled “Cloud Microservices Market Size By Types, Applications, Segmentation, and Growth – Global Analysis and Forecast to 2019-2027” first introduced the fundamentals of Cloud Microservices: definitions, classifications, applications and market overview; Product specifications; Production method; Cost Structures, Raw Materials, etc. The report takes into account the impact of the novel COVID-19 pandemic on the Cloud Microservices market and also provides an assessment of the market definition as well as the identification of the

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The 4 rules of a microservices defense-in-depth strategy

Source:-https://searchapparchitecture.techtarget.com Defense-in-depth is a popular security strategy that places the applications and data (or groups of applications and data) that inhabit an architecture into designated security layers. While attackers could still gain access to one part of a system, the idea is that these multiple, varied security layers will prevent that attack from universally gaining system access. However, the defense-in-depth strategy presents a unique challenge when it comes to microservices, simply because the proliferation of independent services involved creates a

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AI Automation Won’t Replace Jobs – It Will Replace Processes

Source:-https://devops.com When it comes to new AI automation, the Software 2.0 movement can be seen as akin to the auto industry’s recent evolution. Beginning in the 1990s and rapidly progressing into the 2000s, the auto industry saw a huge rise in AI automation such as digital vehicle diagnostics. Throughout this, people worried that digital transformation might take jobs away, when instead it led to “greater profits, productivity, and competitiveness,” according to a 2008 study by the journal of Technological Forecasting

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Dynatrace Adds Security Module to Observability Platform

Source:-https://devops.com The Dynatrace Application Security Module leverages existing Dynatrace tracing and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to detect threats in real-time and then apply appropriate policies to automatically secure applications. Andreas Lehofer, chief product officer for Dynatrace, said that with the rise of highly dynamic microservices-based applications, the time has arrived to extend the company’s platform into the realm of application security. In contrast, there aren’t typically as many changes to monolithic applications to justify adding a security module to an

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CD Foundation Embraces Ortelius to Manage Microservices Deployments

Source:-https://devops.com Originally developed by DeployHub, Ortelius was created to provide a means to automate configuration at the application level. It also provides a central catalog of services that makes it easier to consume and deploy services across clusters that also tracks application versions and dependencies as updates to services are made. DeployHub CEO Tracy Ragan said Ortelius is now being donated to the CD Foundation, an arm of the Linux Foundation, which is working to create de facto continuous delivery

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IBM Makes Deploying Cloud Pak for Integration on AWS Easier

Source:-https://containerjournal.com IBM has made available Quick Start for IBM Cloud Pak for Integration based on the Red Hat OpenShift platform on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud. Savio Rodrigues, vice president for integration and application platform offering management for IBM, says the Quick Start capability that IBM added to its Cloud Pak for Integration offering makes it easier possible to deploy IBM middleware encapsulated in containers on the AWS cloud. Announced at the ongoing online AWS re:Invent conference, the Quick

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Using the saga design pattern for microservices transactions

Source:-searchapparchitecture.techtarget.com Breaking business actions into their smallest possible units through microservices seems like a wonderful idea. However, in business-critical scenarios, the architecture needs to align and coordinate a half-dozen different distributed services and systems. If any step fails, an entire business process may need to roll back and remediate, much like a failed database transaction. Microservices, by default, have no coordinating or controlling function: Individual services should inherently have no knowledge of the others outside of them. As such, maintaining

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OWIT Global Announces New, Advanced Version of Bordereaux Management Solution for the North American Market

Source:-https://www.businesswire.com WEST HARTFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–OWIT Global, a provider of insurance-specific microservices solutions for the global insurance industry, announces an advanced release of their Bordereaux Management Solution. The new release expands insurance-specific business rules, furthers functionality to support incoming and outgoing data feeds, and contains additional pre-defined performance dashboards. The Bordereaux Management Solution solves the insurance industry’s underserved need to automate bordereaux processing for both MGAs and Carriers. Today, the handling of policy, claims, and cash data is onboarded manually or

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More than a gateway: Modern API management platforms

Source:-https://techhq.com Take a random sample of internet traffic or traffic flowing across the average enterprise network, and you will probably find that the majority (some estimates put the figure as high as 70%) of packets are destined for, coming from, or are related in some way to API activity. Even applications that could be described as monolithic usually comprise discrete modules, services, microservices, and so on, which function internally by means of APIs. Regardless of design, even an individual application’s

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