Posts tagged with microservices
The More You Know: apiman microservices?
Let’s spend a bit of time learning more about one of the newer ways you can run apiman: as a set of microservices.
Running apiman in this way has several advantages, including (but not limited to):
Fast startup time
Easily debuggable from an IDE
Quick to test different configurations
Independently scale (esp. via fabric8/openshift/kubernetes)
Microservices Architecture Day Appearance
I had the pleasure of presenting on apiman at the recent Microservices Architecture Developer Day, with our colleague Kurt delivering a short demo of our software running within Fabric8. It was particularly enjoyable meeting developers who are interested in, or are already using, apiman - so, thank you for your insightful questions both during, and after, the presentation.
Given the packed schedule, there was a limited amount of time to explore apiman plus microservices, and hence this seems like a good opportunity to write a blog post expanding upon the themes I touched upon.
So, if you’re interested in understanding the value API management can have in a microservices architecture; please, read on!