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Follow these 10 fundamental microservices design principles

The right design principles enable microservices adopters to build an application from autonomous, cohesive components that can scale seamlessly. Here are 10 to follow.

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How to improve API documentation with Swagger and OpenAPI

Discover why developers should take advantage of Swagger tooling and the OpenAPI specification to streamline API design, documentation and management, especially for RESTful APIs.

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GraphQL vs. REST choice steers microservices development

GraphQL vs. REST: That is the question as teams tackle microservices architecture design, and at Pantheon, the choice came with both business boons and technical debt.

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3 event sourcing patterns that ease app processing

Examine the pros and cons of three event sourcing patterns that solve certain problems but can introduce new ones in an event-driven architecture.

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    GraphQL vs. REST choice steers microservices development

    GraphQL vs. REST: That is the question as teams tackle microservices architecture design, and at Pantheon, the choice came with both business boons and technical debt.

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    Pivotal tools tackle Kubernetes complexity

    Pivotal has released several tools to help developers and operators address Kubernetes complexity, as enterprises increasingly adopt the popular container orchestration system.

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    Netflix taps GraphQL for content engineering

    When the Netflix content engineering team chose a data query language for a new system to pull data from a variety of back-end services, they passed over REST to go with GraphQL.

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