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Microservices architecture is essentially about building (or breaking up) your applications into smaller, discrete pieces that exist independently from one another. So instead of creating a massive, complex beast of a program, you're creating a single application in the form of a suite of smaller services that each run their own processes and are independently deployable.

  • Microservices are fine-grained, horizontally-scalable, independently-deployable, API-driven, usable and reusable, portable, and technology-agnostic
  • Microservices enable you to deploy in literal pieces without affecting other services
  • Microservices enable you to follow code easier since the function is isolated and less dependent
  • Microservices promote sharing small services like payment or login systems across the business
  • Microservices enable you to quickly isolate defects when a test fails or a service goes down
  • Microservices enable you to change on the fly without risk so you can avoid locking in technologies or languages

Containers are a way for your developers to easily package and deliver applications, and for operations to easily run them anywhere in seconds, with no installation or setup necessary. They enable this by embedding all the code needed in the container and using a process called a container engine to run the containers on top of your operating system.

  • Containers dramatically speed-up development
  • Containers make it easy to implement microservices architectures
  • Containers make the application very easy to scale up or down
  • Containers can be run just about anywhere; servers, laptops, private cloud, public cloud, etc.
  • Containers are hardened, secured, and tested against vulnerabilities within the continuous delivery pipeline

The goal of DevOps is to deliver applications faster, at an increased frequency and with a lower failure rate. By building the practice of continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) into your SDLC (software development life cycle), your developers are able to speed up development times and roll out new features to your customers often.

  • DevOps fosters continuous software delivery
  • DevOps means less complex problems to fix
  • DevOps promotes faster resolution of problems
  • DevOps spawns faster delivery of features
  • DevOps supports more stable operating environments
  • DevOps contributes to more time available to add value rather than fix/maintain

Insider secret: The Cloud is a metaphor for the internet, there is no actual cloud! In short think of it like this—Cloud computing is an online supermarket where you can rent or try stuff and only have to pay as much as you use it. Cloud providers let you outsource many IT concerns, such as file storage, website maintenance and data backup.

  • Cloud carries lower upfront costs and reduced infrastructure costs
  • Cloud makes it easy to grow your applications—with open-source APIs supporting DevOps automation and continuous delivery
  • Cloud makes it possible to scale up and/or out as you please—adding a new employee, adding more servers, more databases—get it done in minutes
  • Cloud delivers elasticity for those spikes or dips in demand, growing or shrinking infrastructure resources dynamically to adapt to your workload changes
  • With the Cloud, you only pay for what you use, when you need it
  • Cloud offers you the highest level of data security
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