For the last several years, microservices has been an important trend in IT architecture, and many architects and IT executives experience pressure to jump on microservices as the new hot thing. But there is a feeling that microservices must only be implemented in a certain way, or it is being done incorrectly.
This simply isn’t so. This whitepaper discusses how microservices presents itself as a series of patterns, and outlines how organizations should select the microservices pattern that makes sense for their own business, goals, and culture.
Read this whitepaper to discover:
- The top six microservices patterns and the advantages and disadvantages of each
- Foundational best practices to make sure your microservices implementation is successful
- How Anypoint Platform can help you implement a microservices architecture in a workable way