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Microservices Matters

The SOA blog with observations and commentary for software architects, developers and application development managers.

Recent Posts

  • Readers, say hello to SearchMicroservices.com

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 16 Jan 2017
  • SearchSOA.com will soon be known by a new moniker: SearchMicroservices.com. Learn about the upcoming changes and what to expect from the new site.

  • Looking back: SOA Talk in 2016

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 17 Dec 2016
  • As we get closer to the year's end, let's take a look at some of most popular topics we've covered on SOA Talk in 2016. Based on your readership, here are the top five most popular posts this year: ...

  • Web vs. native: The debate rages on

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 28 Oct 2016
  • Web vs. native may be one of the biggest debates in the software development community. From a cost perspective alone, it seems like web will always win, but there are a lot of factors to consider ...

  • When BPM and the government collide

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 25 Oct 2016
  • There’s plenty of evidence that BPM technology and government agencies are getting along better than ever.  This article from Government Technology talks about some of the ways the governments can ...

  • Should we say hello to DBPM?

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 18 Oct 2016
  • If there's one thing the business tech community is fond of, it's adding letters to acronyms. We've seen it with things like iBPM, MBaaS and DevSecOps. It looks like we may have a new one in our ...

  • What's the pulse on the BPM world?

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 10 Oct 2016
  • Here at SearchSOA, we've got an eye on BPM. And this month, that's our editorial theme. In light of that, here's a look at a few interesting developments in the BPM world that have occurred ...

  • To pair or not to pair (program)

    Fred Churchville - TechTarget 30 Sep 2016
  • Is programming in pairs really a desirable alternative to solo work? While arguments seem to lean in favor of pair programming, there are still those who question the value of forcing programmers ...

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