Four Reasons Why Microservices Resonate
We just finished the first O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference and
the overwhelming most popular topic was microservices. Why all the hype about
an architectural style?
Microservices are the first post-DevOps revolution architecture.
The DevOps revolution highlighted how much inadvertent friction an outdated
operations mindset can cause, starting the move towards automating away
By automating chores like machine provisioning and deployments, it suddenly
became cheap to make changes that used to be expensive. Some architects
properly viewed this new capability as a super power, and built architectures
that fully embraced the operational aspects of their design. The Microservice
architectural style prioritizes operational concerns as one of the key
aspects of the architecture.
Microservice architectures borr... (more)
jKool LLC, a new company, spinning-off from Nastel Technologies is a highly
scalable, SaaS solution for streaming analytics of Big Data. The jKool API is
used to add real-time analytics to applications which will now be able to
stream data into the service at jKoolCloud.com. The service analyzes the
data as it arrives, delivering its users instant insight.
The story of the origin of jKool is interesting.
Some of Nastel’s customers found themselves hitting up against the upper
limits of the performance and scalability of their relational databases.
These customers were trying t... (more)
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health
(ONC) announced its proposal for the 2015 Health IT Certification Criteria
last week. The proposal coincided with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
Services’ (CMS) Stage 3 …
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Original Author: Elizabeth Snell
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A newly proposed policy directive would require all new publicly accessible
federal websites and Web services to adopt HTTPS Web encryption within the
next two years in a move designed to strengthen website security. Existing
federal websites would also be called on to shift over to HTTPS as soon as
possible, prioritizing sites and connections that involve sensitive data.
Read the source article at Midsize Insider
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Routines — we all depend on them. When we don’t, not much gets
accomplished. The same can be said of IT. If we don’t establish certain
protocols, routines if you will, applications run amok. Business processes
are interrupted and the business fails to accomplish its goals.
So what makes application performance monitoring (APM) such an important
solution for keeping a business flowing smoothly, growing profits, letting
everyone go about their normal routines without interruption?
When the right application performance management system is doing its job
behind the scenes, there a... (more)