DevOps & Microservices. Part 5: Streaming Platforms

Part 5 of the series, check part 4 first. In this post I explain streaming data platforms.

Streaming Platform

In order to facilitate service to service communication and enable de coupling between service asynchronous event driven messaging systems are used. In the past, ESBs were key components in SOA architectures but its complexity and the difficulty to change, has forced the industry to shift from complex event buses to dumb pipelines with smart end points. This means, that no business logic is…

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Javier Ramos

Javier Ramos

Certified Java Architect/AWS/GCP/Azure/K8s: Microservices/Docker/Kubernetes, AWS/Serverless/BigData, Kafka/Akka/Spark/AI, JS/React/Angular/PWA @JavierRamosRod

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