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Microservices: the Polyglot of Technical Architecture


According to Gartner, there are 4.9 billion connected devices in the world today, and that number is expected to reach 25 billion by 2025. Customers expect service at their fingertips. Even when it comes to traditional industries like banking, retail, finance, government and telecommunication, consumers want to engage in the personal and seamless ways they engage with social media and e-commerce. They rely on social ratings, peer views and online research, and expect to engage via different channels. They are concerned about the “experience” in the decision journey, and this changing nature is forcing enterprises to transform from the conventional IT organization to a real time, data-driven, customer-centric, performance-intensive agile business.

Additionally, the “Internet of Things” has also disrupted the business model with value-chain extending to non-human customers and practically “everything” blurring the physical and digital divide.

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