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What I learned in my 80 hours with Singapore Cloud Transformation Leaders

Singapore is a leader in Cloud Migration, Digital Transformation and DevOps cultural change. Who says that? Besides key media outlets that covered last week’s announcements from GovTechStack 2018 (ZDNet, The Straits Times, Blogspot, …)…
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Proactive Ops for Container Orchestration Environments: Monitoring and Logging Strategies with Docker Enterprise

Over the last decade, the popularity of microservices and highly-scalable systems has increased, leading to an overall increase in the complexity of applications that are now distributed heavily across the network with many moving pieces and…
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From monolith to microservices – an architect’s first-hand account (Part 2)

This is a guest blog from a member of the MuleSoft community. Brad Cooper is a senior developer with more than 20 years professional experience in a variety of tools and languages, including Anypoint Platform. He holds numerous MuleSoft certifications,…
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Monolith to Microservices – Release the Microservice

Based on the result of the previous blog posts, we identified the microservice OrdersService that now has its own code repository and defines its own domain model. To launch this service in a staging (or pre-production) environment, it is not…
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From monolith to microservices – an architect’s first-hand account

This is a guest blog from a member of the MuleSoft community. Brad Cooper is a senior developer with more than 20 years professional experience in a variety of tools and languages, including Anypoint Platform. He holds numerous MuleSoft certifications,…
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Monolith to Microservices – Set up TicketMonster on OpenShift

In the first article of this series we have introduced the problem of a monolithic application and the idea to break it into microservices. In this article, we will take a look at the demo application and how to set it up on the Openshift platform.…
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Monolith to Microservices – Set up TicketMonster on Cloud Foundry

After outlining our monolith to microservices approach in the introduction, I’m now going to breathe life into the monolithic app TicketMonster by deploying it on Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) and preparing the monolith for its journey by…
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DockerCon 2018: Top 5 Rated Sessions

We are happy to share the videos from the top 5 rated sessions from last week’s DockerCon 2018 in San Francisco. The DockerCon on-demand sessions videos are ready for you to explore. Note: The Ecosystem sessions will not be available. Demystifying…
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DockerCon Guest Speaker: Liberty Mutual

In yesterday’s DockerCon keynote, Eric Drobisewski, Senior Architect at Liberty Mutual Insurance, shared how Docker Enterprise Edition has been a foundational technology for their digital transformation. If you missed it, the replay of…
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Microservices versus APIs

I have always been a firm believer that there is no such thing as a dumb question. Many times I have outed myself as the dumbest guy in this room with a simple question, and in the process, I hope I have been able to enlighten others. “What…