New business models in Open Banking have always been some of the greatest benefits of implementing Open Banking due to its high potential for encouraging innovation.
The main idea of
Open Banking is that customers own their banking/financial…
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Open Banking is the true digital revolution of the financial market. With Open Banking, people authorize their financial data to be shared with fintechs or other institutions participating in the ecosystem. Canada's Advisory Committee on Open…
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Nearshore software development is a process in which you can outsource your IT services and development workload through teams and employees in neighboring countries. In every way, it is like offshore development, except that the locations…
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Software developers can compile and run applications independently from servers through the serverless architecture model. The servers do not cease to exist, instead they are managed and operated by third parties as a service.
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cloud infrastructure grows rapidly and shows signs of maturity. Organizations
have been implementing new practices and exploring new business models through
this infrastructure model.
However, most business applications and systems…
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The three main Service Models of the Cloud Computing structure, as defined by the NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology of the U.S. Department of Commerce, are: Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, Infrastructure as…
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Scrum is a framework for more uncertain complex projects. This approach is well known in the technology area and is usually used in agile software development projects. Scrum is a set of practices, values and principles, which can be applied in different ways, according to the reality of each project, team or organization.
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The Agile and Lean philosophies can transform the work of organizations and bring very positive results when combined. Optimizing processes, reducing costs, increasing productivity and integrating the work of a company's areas are enhanced by the combination of these philosophies. However, these philosophies are not always used together.
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Like any software architecture, specific characteristics of microservices relate to essential development, operation and maintenance issues, such as availability, reliability, scalability and independence. As for the deployment and instantiation…
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Refactoring an application for the microservice architecture has several issues. Although it is possible to rewrite the application, a strategy known as “big bang rewrite”, this approach is rarely used. The most common is to gradually…
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The term microservices came up at a conference for software architects, in May 2011, to represent a style of system architecture, not the size of the services that comprise it, as the name might imply.
The purpose of the microservice-oriented…
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Exposing an Application Programing Interface, or API, is the easiest and most common way to integrate with a cloud-based service. Service providers create an API Gateway so that other platforms use it through internet. In this scenario, many legacy systems have been rewritten to be provided as services on the internet as well.
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Unlike traditional monolithic architecture, microservice architecture is an approach that structures the application through several small autonomous services that work together. Each microservice is made according to specific circumstances of the business, such as user interface, billing or service.
To decide whether a large and complex monolithic application should be refactored into microservices, you should answer a few questions...
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This webinar, presented by Claudio Acquaviva, Solution Architect at Kong Inc, shows an introduction to our technology and infrastructure modernization process for application development through three perspectives
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the popularization of service offerings on the internet, consuming and making
APIs available to third parties has created many business opportunities for the
most diverse segments.
In addition to communicating with each other,api-gateway,…
The concept of systems utilizing and making APIs avaiable to third parties has been creating many business opportunities in different industries.
A good API design is one of the major factors that allow companies like Uber, Google and Netflix…
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As mentioned in our last post, "Microservices: Concepts and Characteristics" microservices is one of the most recent approaches to developing enterprise software applications. Instead of developing an application with a big monolith, is created…
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Simple services are created which offer the desired functionality when combined instead of developing an application as a large monolith.
Why use this approach that seems to be much more complex than the traditional application development model, whose functionalities are available in a single component?
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microservices architecture can be very beneficial when developing software. Its
main strengths are scalability, application resilience, ease of deployment and
higher efficiency maintaining systems.
article, we will better understand…
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