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Where Is My Cache? Architectural Patterns for Caching Microservices

Rafal Leszko
by Rafal Leszko | September 10, 2019

I’m sure you use caching somewhere in your system. This can be either to improve performance, reduce backend load, or to decrease downtime. Everybody uses caching. Caching is everywhere. However, in which part of your system should it be placed? If you look at the following diagram representing a simple microservice architecture, where would you […]

How Streaming Microservices Can Advance Your Entire IT Environment

Dan Ortega
by Dan Ortega | January 17, 2019

Streaming microservices. Sounds pretty cool, right? And like a lot of new technologies, it actually is, and it can have a huge effect on how your business operates. Before we get into the importance of streaming microservices, let’s make sure we’re clear on what we’re talking about. Streaming refers to data entering a system at […]

5 Must-Read Articles on Kubernetes, Microservices and Stream Processing

Matt Wolpin
by Matt Wolpin | December 14, 2018

Each month the Hazelcast team writes and curates articles to help executives, architects and developers stay up-to-date on the latest news and information. With that in mind, here are five “must-reads” as determined by their popularity on social media.   The Human Side of Microservices Armağan Amcalar, head of software engineering at unu GmbH, spoke […]

Knowledge Driven Microservices

Hazelcast Community
by Hazelcast Community | August 31, 2016

Maciej Swiderski recently published a blog post entitled, “Knowledge Driven Microservices“. In the post you’ll learn how to bring business and knowledge assets that you already have into your microservices architecture design. In the area of microservices more and more people are looking into lightweight and domain IT solutions. Regardless of how you look at […]

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