Microservices

9 Best Practices for Designing Microservice Architectures

9 Best Practices for Designing Microservice Architectures

Manuel Zapf
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Microservices
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October, 2022

It is not easy to maintain a resilient network in microservices-based architectures. Here, we discuss 9 best practices for designing microservices that operate efficiently and effectively.

Centralizing and Standardizing OIDC at the API Gateway Level

Centralizing and Standardizing OIDC at the API Gateway Level

Matt Elgin
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Microservices
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October, 2022

Anyone with experience managing computer systems knows the importance of identity and access management (IAM). In this blog post, we will discuss the evolution of IAM.

Load Balancing High Availability Clusters in Bare Metal Environments with Traefik Proxy

Load Balancing High Availability Clusters in Bare Metal Environments with Traefik Proxy

David Blaskow
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Microservices
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August, 2022

In this article, we'll walk through how to load balance high availability clusters in bare metal using Traefik Proxy and keepalived.

Pets vs. Cattle: The Future of Kubernetes in 2022

Pets vs. Cattle: The Future of Kubernetes in 2022

Manuel Zapf
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Kubernetes
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January, 2022

How is the perception of infrastructure as cattle directing trends in the Kubernetes and cloud native ecosystem?

Improve Your Application Security Using a Reverse Proxy

Improve Your Application Security Using a Reverse Proxy

Manuel Zapf
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Microservices
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January, 2022

In widely deployed libraries, tracking down every use is a lot of work. Let’s explore how a reverse proxy can help you protect against attacks and why imple­menting one should be part of your security best practices.

The Importance of Distributed Tracing and Monitoring in a Microservice Architecture

The Importance of Distributed Tracing and Monitoring in a Microservice Architecture

Kevin Crawley
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Microservices
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May, 2020

How do teams diagnose latency between microservices or collate logs from dozens of loosely coupled services, while also ensuring that any logging overhead is kept to a minimum?

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