- SOA supports the idea of reusing application development resources and functions, while a microservices architecture allows the same at a much more granular level.
- Microservices plus automation addresses CI/CD via distributed service components.
During the next 12 months, we’ll see a flood of structured DevOps architectures emerge to support the growing microservices trend, which in turn fosters continuous deployment.
The emerging trend around microservices enhances traditional Java EE multitier/n-tier architectures with distributed service components and greater use of automation to support continuous integration, continuous deployment (CI/CD). Note that Java EE is considered the dominant standard for building next-generation, business-critical, distributed apps. By breaking an app down into smaller components, developers can target specific units of the app with more frequent updates. This enables more frequent deployments, which is where CI/CD comes into play. Continue reading “How Lightweight Middleware and SOA Are Evolving into Fine-Grained Microservices”