Microservice Catalogs Explored
A microservice catalog simplifies cloud-native architecture by displaying all services in one place. A microservice catalog facilitates collaboration across organizational siloes, saves money by encouraging reuse, and tames the difficulty common to a shared service architecture.
As you mature in your microservice journey, the need to manage microservices from a central location will become clear. Part of the complexity of a microservice implementation is understanding who uses them, where they are running, and their impact.
This whitepaper explores the use of a microservice catalog. It covers the data managed, who uses it, and the different players in the market.
A Catalog to Version Your Microservice Supply Chain
Have you thought about what your future looks like when you’re managing hundreds of containers with microservices that make up a single version of your software solution? Let’s just say, you’re going to need more than an Excel spreadsheet to track large numbers of microservices.
Microservices at scale offer new challenges in managing your software supply chain. Read out DeployHub is solving the challenge through microservice versioning.
Know Your Microservice Blast
Your microservice ‘blast radius’ shows how an update to any independently deployed service impacts the consuming applications across your clusters.
Knowing your blast radius can increase microservice sharing by as much as 50% and substantially cut your development cost by facilitating a service-oriented architecture and improving your application’s quality.
This whitepaper outlines how DeployHub can help you understand a microservice’s blast radius before you deploy. DeployHub can show you what ‘product’ teams will be impacted when a shared services is update, across all clusters.