Leading The Digital Banking Era with Microservices
5 Use Cases for Microservices Architecture in Banking
A bank’s strategic objective is to deliver a unique customer experience and digital transformation has become a key element of that objective over the last few years. Some banks have already started the journey while others are yet to follow. However, COVID-19 has changed the game. In other words, executives were pressured to respond to numerous changes including the overnight shift to remote working, followed by the forced adoption of digital banking.
This eBook, brought to you by Sumerge and Red Hat team, brings unique approaches for financial institutions to lead the digital banking era with microservices.
Observability in Microservices
Monitoring and observing are the cornerstones for a successful microservices solution; as the number of microservices and hardware nodes increases, it becomes extremely difficult to troubleshoot your systems.
Before the microservices era, we had to go through GBs of log files. Currently, this log file is sliced and diced over several microservices.
Therefore, in this webinar, we will shed the light on some of the techniques used to monitor, observe as well as generate insights for our microservices platform using different tools, techniques and open standards such as OpenTracing.
This webinar is hosted by Hussein El Saadi, our Engineering Manager.
- On March 10, 2021
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- On November 19, 2020
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- On September 22, 2020
Overview Speakers When you get into a new industry, you encounter a lot of new concepts which makes it...
- On September 14, 2021
In the age of Modernization and Digitization the move away from Monolithic Architecture has been well underway, with exponentially increasing adoption worldwide...
- On May 27, 2021
With the strategic objective of banks being to deliver a unique customer experience, digital transformation has become a key topic in the...
- On November 16, 2020
When you hear the term “Microservices,” you often hear it in conjunction with the word “Monolithic,” when talking about software design. You...
- On September 15, 2020
As a key pillar of their digital transformation journey, Export Development Bank of Egypt (EBE) aims to transform their integration approach...
- On March 15, 2020
To achieve its strategic goals, Alexbank is currently undergoing through a major IT transformation. On a parallel track to the core banking...
- On February 4, 2020
With the increasing demand for hybrid cloud solutions, Sumerge is thrilled to announce its partnership with Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of enterprise ope
Time-To-Market Driven Disruption
Starter guide to microservices and business agility
With IT infrastructure hindering organizations efforts towards achieving digital transformation, IT leadership have started to embrace news ways of transforming their platforms to increase their business agility. In fact, the software industry has been disrupted by new tech giants such as Netflix, Amazon, LinkedIn etc. and those companies have changed how the world adopts and builds software.
“Time-to-Market Driven Disruption” brings a holistic approach for CIOs beginning their microservices transformation journey.
Featured Success Story
This case study is one of Sumerge success stories in Microservices Transformation projects.
Sumerge recently partnered with MLSD to digitally transform how citizens and beneficiaries make use of social programs and benefits. In fact, Sumerge team streamlined and digitized 100% of MLSD social services allowing beneficiaries to make use of all services online.
Behind the scenes and to reach this digital transformation vision, we transformed the legacy existing platform to Microservices. Also, we made use of test automation and DevOps practices to be able to rollout new services quickly and efficiently. In addition we reengineered the existing business processes, integrated with several internal and external entities to remove manual work and paper based transactions.