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Microservices


Microservices is a software architecture style. It is based on small building blocks that focus on a single responsibility and function and uses a modular approach to combine large complex applications.
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Signal Sciences
Signal Sciences
Signal Sciences is the fastest growing web application security company in the world. With its award-winning next-gen WAF and RASP solution, Signal Sciences protects more than 40,000 applications and over a trillion production requests per month. Signal Sciences’ patented architecture provides organizations working in a modern development environment with comprehensive and scalable threat protection and security visibility.
Waterstream
Waterstream
Waterstream is the first and the only MQTT platform on the market leveraging Apache Kafka as its own storage and distribution engine. Every incoming MQTT message is immediately available in your Microservices architecture or your analytics platform without any further processing. Vice-versa, every message written on a Kafka topic it’s sent to MQTT clients. All the necessary MQTT state, like subscriptions and QoS message status is also stored in Kafka—no need for additional storage.
Lightbend
Lightbend
Lightbend removes the architectural hurdles associated with globally distributed, cloud-native application environments. We equip development teams with the technology and expertise to build Microservices that are resilient to failure, scale effortlessly, and instantaneously process data for in-the-moment business critical decisions and hyper-personalized customer experiences. Eliminate the barriers of back-end complexity and long lead-times that prevent business from moving forward quickly.
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