Posts tagged “Microservices”.

Microservices, MEAN Stack, & Docker

In May I have been talking about Microservices and the MEAN Stack in Madrid (JSDay.ES), Málaga (OpenSouthCode) and Seville (SevillaJS).
Here you have the recording for the first one (in Spanish).

Later on, with LemonCode we broadcast a webminar about Docker and Docker-Compose (in Spanish).

Finally, with Bruno Capuano a Podcast with Introduction to Microservices (in Spanish).

Time for New Horizonts

horizonts

Three weeks before, I decided Monday 7th of March, 2016 was going to be my last day working for Icinetic.

That was a hard decission to take, because in the last 4 years in my role of CRO & CTO I have learned and enjoyed working with a wonderful team and building amazing MDE software products like Onion, AppWorks, Radarc, Buildup, and Hivepod.

Now, the time has arrived where I feel I need to fly on my own and look for new projects I want to address on my way. If I succeed or fail, do not matter too much: the important thing is to do & try it instead of regretting for not tried it at all.

Therefore, I am now open for ideas and collaboration on projects involving DSL, MDE, Microservices, Cloud, IoT, UIs, and more. If you have a project or an idea needing technical help or coaching feel free to drop me a line and let’s talk.

I wish all the best and good luck to my Icinetic friends and mates! Keep pushing good software!

Microservices Standardization from Models

Alhambra Tiles by Roberto Verturini

Microservices is emerging as an architectural pattern. They encourage small, autonomous and decoupled services exposing a stable contract implementing a business service with the minimum set of external dependencies.

For further discussions on Microservices, accurate definitions and its use cases read Lewis & Fowler, Richardson, or Crammon.

With no doubt, Microservices are gaining momentum. A lot, and too fast, as usual in the tech industry. So fast, that microservices abuse (just because has its buzz component and coolness factor) is already causing also problems:
More… »