The Path to Adopting Microservices

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Cloud computing is enabling businesses to optimize customer experiences, get products to market faster, and drive greater speed and agility. Due to its lightweight, collaborative nature, microservices are enabling more and more enterprises to run workloads in the cloud. However, this type of architecture is not ideal for every organization or application. If not done correctly, microservices can lead to higher costs and increased complexity.

To leverage microservices-based architecture, you must think beyond a mere selection of products and software. You need to take into account the people, process, and culture within the organization to successfully roll-out this type of initiative.

In our new whitepaper, “The Path to Adopting Microservices in the Enterprise”, we examine the most common hurdles to adopting microservices:

  • Lack of knowledge on how to implement them
  • Connecting microservices to legacy processes
  • Higher complexity and the need to manage a more distributed process

We also discuss ways your business can evolve to work through these hurdles.

In the paper, you’ll learn how TIBCO can help you build, deploy, and manage your workloads using microservices and how to mitigate the potential pitfalls of this new technology. You can read about the multitude of integration challenges that still exist even in the world of APIs, and how to make the solutions fit into the architectural patterns that you are working to implement. We’ll show you solutions that wrapper, bridge, orchestrate, and integrate all of your technological layers into a cohesive application estate that will augment and empower your network.  The challenges and opportunities being created by the latest trends of IoT and serverless computing are also discussed.

Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will your new microservices architecture. Let TIBCO help enable your journey to your hybrid architecture. Read how in the white paper, The Path to Adopting Microservices in the Enterprise.