Microservices Product Development

Benefits of using Kafka for building real-time data applications

Kafka can handle real-time data pipeline with high throughput, low latency, and guaranteed reliability without tying up computing resources.

Domain Driven Design Microservices Product Development

Here’s why CTOs are running after microservice architecture

CTOs are leveraging microservices and event driven architecture as a part of product enhancement strategy to stay ahead of competition.


Using Event Driven Architecture to upgrade your software applications

Online SaaS applications are undergoing a drastic change in terms of user experience. Here’s how Event Driven Architecture can help you improve your applications.


How to avoid latency while building with microservices?

While building SaaS products with microservice architecture, it pays to have a robust strategy to solve latency problems today.

Integration Microservices

Using Kong Gateway for repetitive service components

Placing Kong at the center of the ideal design allows the complexity of application’s service-tier APIs to be reduced.


How an API strategy can benefit your company

APIs are a powerful mechanism for enabling digital platforms to flourish; and they continue to demonstrate their business value as they become instrumental asset.

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Domain Driven Design Microservices

Using domain-driven design to increase your business capabilities

Domain-driven design helps organizations create business capabilities with the architecture that microservices need.


Business benefits of API integration

API allows you to extend the functionality of your applications and offer a seamless connected experience for your customers.

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Domain driven design for modern software applications

Domain-Driven Design is an approach for architecting software design by looking at software in top-down approach.


Methods for microservice communication

There are more than one ways for services to communicate – both in a synchronous and asynchronous pattern.