Major DevOps Practices To Consider While Implementing Microservices

Consider these DevOps practices for rapid application delivery, seamless management of Microservices, and hassle-free product release.

Enterprises both big and small, are focusing on modernizing applications and implementing Microservices architectures to boost their businesses’ agility and productivity. Enterprises are competing against tighter time-to-market windows than ever before. Seeing how mercurial many markets have become now, there’s no time to waste when you have to create customer-facing applications that serve prospects and customers better than your competitors.

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3 Ways Microservices are Transforming Businesses Today!

The tech world has always been churning out new concepts and buzz-words every now and then. Here, in this blog, I’d like to talk about a buzz-word that has been popular for a while now. “Disaggregation” — the idea of segregating functions like computing, storage, and networking to drive organizational efficiency and agility. While the idea of division isn’t entirely new, it is with respect to software development. The notion is best represented by the term Microservices today!

Microservices are modular components that can be deployed independently for improving the agility of software development processes. The benefits of implementing Microservices are numerous, including but not limited to better scalability, faster deployment, and improved maintenance.

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Microservices: Unlock Great Power

At OpsTree, our mission has always been about ‘Simplifying DevSecOps & Sharing Knowledge’ and staying true to our ethos, here in this blog, I’ve tried to summarise in the most simplistic terms, some of the propelling motivations behind the adoption of micro services and making it successful !

I see huge interest amongst various business leaders and our clients to adopt or migrate to a Microservice architecture. Thankfully, I am old enough in the world of Software Craftsmanship to have witnessed how these patterns have evolved over the years :

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