Database development and management are changing dramatically, as microservices gain wider use in the enterprise. That’s according to Zhamak Dehghani, principal consultant at Chicago-based ThoughtWorks, a global technology consulting firm specializing in Agile methods, distributed systems and open source software adoption. The firm has been active in bringing together microservices and big data.
Microservices bear some resemblance to a once-pervasive industry trend called SOA, or service-oriented architecture. Both capitalize on a general move away from monolithic computer architecture. While it is still early, microservices are expected to make continued inroads. By 2022, according to analyst firm IDC, 90% of all apps will include microservices architectures.
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