Software Engineering

How to redefine Monoliths to Microservices in Two Easy Steps

An IDC survey suggests that by 2021 80% of all application would be developed on cloud platforms using Microservices. It has advised organizations to adopt modern app architectures with horizontal scaling to optimize infrastructure and support…

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Practical measures for startups to thrive during an economic crisis

Since the outbreak of the pandemic, countries around the world have been on a war footing to contain the spread as quickly as possible. We are witnessing history and it is important to take a…

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Enhancing Agile Ceremonies in Distributed Agile Teams

Organizations around the world are coming up with ingenious solutions to the problems that are being hurled at them by the current crisis. One such problem being faced by many agile teams is not being…

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Overcoming Pandemic Disruptions with the Distributed Agile Approach

The sudden twist of fate has made us all superheroes and staying at home means saving the world. Evidently, this is life as we have never known before. Although COVID19 has taken a heavy toll…

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Is Design Thinking New wine in an Old Bottle?

In a quest to navigate turbulent markets and deliver good services, organizations have adopted various approaches to optimize workflows, achieve adaptability, and foster innovation.  Design thinking has helped them innovate and stay ahead of the…

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Software Engineering Trends in 2020

The decade is already over and the organizations across the world are searching for a way to remain relevant in the market. While the industries that undergo changes slowly are witnessing a paradigm shift in…

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Strategies to Re-Engineer Applications for Containerization

Introduction If you are a software developer or a user who works with developers, there are several instances that could remind you the phrase, “When your customers are facing issues with respect to certain functionality…

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Microservices Antipatterns- Avoiding Pitfalls and Driving Stability

Microservices architecture has many advantages like easy maintenance and loosely coupled architecture, etc. They can be independently developed, tested, deployed and have a clear definitions of business capabilities. Antipatterns act as a certain trap for…

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Predicting ROIs to a Microservices Migration – Sowing Seeds to Success

Microservices has proven time and again that it is more than just a mere buzzword. Organizations have made a decision to move towards it and many more are weighing its odds and evens. In order…

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The 4 Pillars of Microservices: Process – The Fulcrum of Strength (Part 1)

Any organization, practice or product is driven by four key pillars. These pillars are Process, People, Platform and Practice. The same hold true for Microservices as well. In the upcoming blog series, we will look…

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Saga – The key differentiator of Microservices

One of the key challenges of the Microservices Architecture is in dealing with data consistency. In a Monolithic Application, it is possible to achieve data consistency easily using techniques such as 2 phase commits. In…

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Is Microservices the Right Fit For Your Organization?  – A Microscopic View

If you are dealing with applications or product development, I am sure you would certainly be contemplating on the adoption of Microservices. While Microservices has many benefits, it has a good amount of challenges as…

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