Monolith to Cloud Microservices Architecture - How to transform enterprise IT with microservices

Large and complex software applications with tens of thousands of concurrent users need an architecture that allows your development team to make frequent small releases without the risk of crashing the entire application when a bug is introduced. Test-driven development (TDD), continuous delivery tools like Jenkins, and a microservices architecture

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What you need to know about Microservices

The majority of companies were large enterprises until recently, making monoliths or equally large enterprise software. Companies have been getting more distributed in nature since the last couple of years. This explains the rising popularity of microservices. Independent small services that together form up an application loosely classify as microservices.

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A Guide to Node.js streams

Streams make a huge difference in code when it comes to memory consumption. Say you create a big file and if you write to that big.file through a writable stream a million lines with a loop, running this script will generate a file that’s about 400 MB in

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How the Blockchain will disrupt cross-border payments

It’s not surprising that innovation tends to come from decentralized analogous network solutions, considering that the international correspondent banking ecosystem today is basically a decentralized global network. There has been significant interest in the potential the blockchain technology houses to act as the backbone of a cross-border payments messaging

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HL7 Integration

The worldwide push for a centralized electronic health record and the explosion in the number of clinical applications are only two factors driving the need for a unified language between applications. Health Level 7 (HL7) happens to be a large part of the solution. Apps used by healthcare centers that

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Responsive vs. Adaptive Design

Both responsive and adaptive sites adjust differently to the browser environment they are being viewed on. Responsive design strives to be device agnostic in the sense that it seeks to create an optimized experience for any screen. It pushes us to develop sites that shift context depending on how the

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