Many clients come into the Cloud Garage wanting to utilize microservices, and there are many valid reasons to utilize microservices over a traditional monolith. However, it is also important to discuss at what scale are microservices appropriate and when they are too complex.
Interest and implementation of cloud-native development utilizing microservices have increased dramatically over the last few years. In this lightboarding video, we provide a high-level overview of microservices and compare them to traditional monolithic architectures by utilizing an example of a company that sells tickets to concerts and sporting events.
We’re back with the next installment of the hybrid cloud architecture series—Part 2: Modernize. In this second video we'll cover the strategies for modernizing legacy or monolithic applications.
DTWISE S.A helps enterprises understand and optimize their energy consumption by providing real-time insights. To meet our growing needs for scalability, performance, and ease of management, we run our core application on the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, and we moved from monolith to microservices in just four months.
This is the third post in a series on microservices application development. The series provides a context for defining a cloud-based pilot project that best fits current needs and prepares for a longer-term cloud adoption decision.