- 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 through varying markets and industries.
As it is known Microservice Architecture is
- A software development approach where the software application is modular and created through independent components.
- Each of those components is built, tested, deployed and operates totally independently of the other components.
Consumers’ reliance on applications and web-based activities has reached a point where it’s in the core of all expected touch points with services, products and their businesses. This in turn has opened businesses up to a new Opportunity/Threat phase of either embracing the digital age or falling behind.
IT and Development functions have since had a magnifying glass on them
- To ensure that the best operations practices are being met and handled to avoid down times and service handling issues
- Time-to-market and many other issues that might surface
Time-To-Market Driven Disruption
Starter Guide to Microservices and Business Agility
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Microservices over RedHat OpenShift
Changing the game through groundbreaking accessible technologies
Enter Microservices and RedHat OpenShift. Having to ensure stable running applications and web apps requires the development of numerous microservices. Since each microservice could be considered as its own standalone application, managing all of them can prove difficult and inefficient and that’s where Red Hat OpenShift comes in to play. Red Hat OpenShift is a certified Kubernetes platform that allows building, managing and deployment of new applications and workloads across the hybrid cloud.
It is Optimized to Improve Developer Productivity and Promote Innovation.
But what does it do?
Well, in essence, Red Hat OpenShift is an enterprise container platform that manages and containerizes the previously discussed microservices. In deploying RedHat OpenShift to manage Microservices you gain
- A seamless run time across all platforms.
- A dashboard that contains eagle-eye analysis for all the running microservices,
- It monitors the containers’ states and fixes them if any issues arise.
In a nutshell, all your Microservices operations will boost astronomically, and your processes will run faster which will allow for a whole new roster of opportunities to seize.
If you’re still wondering why use RedHat OpenShift for Microservices or would simply just like to find out more, you can get in touch with our team to find out more. Click here.