Tips for minimizing security risks in your microservices

Organizations are increasingly turning to microservices to facilitate their ongoing digital transformations. According to ITProPortal, more than three quarters (77%) of software engineers, systems and technical architects, engineers and decision makers said in a 2020 report that their organizations had adopted microservices. Almost all (92%) of those respondents reported a high level of success.


Developing in the Cloud vs. Developing in Local

The tech industry has been rapidly embracing trends such as cloud computing, containerization, microservices, and managed services in recent years, and as a result, these technologies have become a part of the everyday responsibilities of software engineers and IT professionals. In today's new era, most modern applications are built with complex and distributed architectures using these technologies and are served in the cloud.


Microservices Asynchronous Communication and Messaging | JFrog Xray

Microservices have changed the way we build applications. Software design has moved from large monolithic applications (which are not really adaptable to changes and improvements) to a collection of small, independent processes infrastructure which is far more suited to adapt to changes in today’s agile world.


Monitoring Microservices-based Environments Using Epsagon

Microservices are great to run in cloud-native environments and provide the flexibility to adapt to businesses’ ever-changing needs. Organizations have the opportunity to gain competitive advantages using these microservices-based environments. The environments, such as various cloud providers (AWS) and Kubernetes, used to run or orchestrate the microservices have thus become a critical part of an organization’s architecture.

Achieving Reliability in a Microservices Based Environment using Observability | Chaos Carnival

The evolution of architecture from monolithic to microservices-based has enabled organizations to meet the ever-evolving needs of their customers. The need for getting insights into these microservices has become critical for developers and operations teams alike. However, achieving reliability in microservices-based environments is not trivial. In this session, we will explore how observability plays a critical role in the microservices world and Chaos Engineering.We will deep dive into distributed tracing to achieve full observability and monitoring for production environments. Finally, we will discuss the checklist that every DevOps person should look into for incorporating observability into their environment.

How to Use Quarkus With Micrometer Metrics to Monitor Microservice Pipeline

At LogicMonitor, we deal primarily with large quantities of time series data. Our backend infrastructure processes billions of metrics, events, and configurations daily. In previous blogs, we discussed our transition from monolith to microservice. We also explained why we chose Quarkus as our microservices framework for our Java-based microservices. In this blog we will cover.

Visualizing and Analyzing Billions of Microservices | Destination Zero-trust

As infrastructures and systems get more and more complex, visualization of your microservice-based architecture is crucial, especially from a security perspective. However, the visualization of microservices is incredibly complex given the scale and the transactions across them. You not only need to visualize microservices but also analyze the security, health, and performance of microservices to have a complete observability solution. In this talk, we’ll go over the challenges of scaling your applications and tools (such as distributed tracing) available to you to scale securely with confidence.

The Complete Guide to Microservices

Microservices, also known as microservices architecture, refers to a method of designing and developing software systems. Microservice architecture is becoming increasingly popular as developers create larger and more advanced apps. The goal is to help enterprises become more Agile, especially as they adopt a culture of continuous testing. Here are the basic features of microservices.