From 0 to continuously delivered micro services applications – Part 1

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In this first post in a 7-part series, Premier Consultant Ilias Jennane explains the fundamentals of containers and Docker.
In my recent interactions with customers, many have expressed that their teams are struggling to get started correctly with microservices applications. Questions I often get are:
  • What are the architecture fundamentals my team should be aware of?
  • What are the supporting technologies my team should understand deeply?
  • How do I organize my product code base, delivery pipelines and feature teams to achieve a “true” microservices implementation?
I decided to take a shot at providing guidance around how to achieve the goals listed here. In this first part we will start by taking a look at a technology at the heart of the micro services transformation: Containers. Continue reading

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