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Miniservices: A realistic alternative to microservices?

While using a miniservice approach may be considered an illegitimate shortcut, some believe it is still an acceptable form of microservices. We explain in this Q&A.


Can microservices benefit my enterprise architecture?

Microservices development requires organizations to abandon the monolithic models they are familiar with. But what can an enterprise architecture gain from microservices?


Quiz yourself on today's enterprise architecture trends

Trends surrounding today's enterprise architecture models seem to change at a head-spinning rate. See what you know about these modern architecture trends.


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As the mobile industry is maturing, so is the way apps are being designed. Learn about the latest tools and software updates to help support and build mobile apps.

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    O'Reilly keynotes focus on people, performance

    The dream of distributed computing has clearly become a reality for many -- a reality that has forced development teams to think hard about how they manage their resources.

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    A conference for architects, even 'accidental' ones

    The O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference kicks off in New York City on Sunday, and organizers are looking to help both career architects and 'accidental' architects.

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    An inside look at NGINX Plus R12

    NGINX Plus is now available and brings notable changes to the functionality it provides for both app development and operations teams. Here, we look at five major changes.