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Microservices

Setting up Kuma Service Mesh

Setting up Kuma Service Mesh

A service mesh gives infrastructure teams a powerful tool to manage that complexity and the risk that comes with it.

Securing Microservices and Containerised Applications

Securing Microservices and Containerised Applications

Microservices can be deployed anywhere: in the public cloud; on-prem, or in a hybrid implementation. No matter where the microservices are hosted, they need a security…

5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Service Mesh

5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Service Mesh

What is a service mesh? A service mesh governs how various components of an application share data and accommodates the unique nature of distributed microservices.…

The Benefits of Microservices to Application Integration

The Benefits of Microservices to Application Integration

Leveraging a microservices approach to the development of software can lead to increased resilience and improve the time to market.