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August 24, 2021
Solo.io is among the service mesh vendors aligning the emerging tech with existing network management as enterprise adoption expands.
August 10, 2020
IBM's OpenAPI Comment Parser gives developers a new tool to simplify the process of documenting APIs, so that developers down the line will be able to use them with less effort.
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Despite the benefits, microservices will introduce profound security issues. We review the biggest microservices security challenges and eight strategies used to combat them. Continue Reading
IT pros and developers can secure applications with the open source IAM tool Keycloak. When you don't need to worry about passwords, it reduces the potential attack surface. Continue Reading
As we look toward the future of authentication, open source tools, such as Keycloak, provide companies a way to secure applications to its specific needs. Continue Reading
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Enterprises still rely on monolithic systems, but apps increasingly require speed, scale and flexibility. Here's how microservices and APIs achieve that, separately and together. Continue Reading
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Review these five common RESTful API HTTP methods that developers need to know. Use this guide to understand the differences and uses for each of the methods. Continue Reading
IT pros implement IoT devices to create and connect data; however, the lack of one IoT standard protocol counters the ability of IoT devices to work together. Continue Reading