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Microservices and REST APIs: the key to digital transformation

Microservices and REST APIs: the key to digital transformation
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In the rapidly evolving digital ecosystem, the faster you can move from an executive business decision to a product launch, the greater the chances of success. One of the main reasons for the immense popularity of microservices is the short time to market.

Through the microservices architecture, business functionality and capabilities are decomposed into individual modules. It is a decoupled architecture that facilitates the continuous deployment of new functionality and the upgrade of existing functionality in a rapid turnaround time.

With microservices, it is much easier and natural to follow DevOps principles and maintain an agile software development lifecycle (SDLC).

Each microservice has its database, communicates with other microservices through REST APIs like endpoints, and can be developed independently. Because they are small entities and contain weak coupling, they are easier to develop and update. This means that developers can quickly build a microservice around a business capability and make it available for users to test.

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Ezequiel Llarena

Ezequiel Llarena

Ezequiel Llarena Borges is a Technical Engineer in Computer Management and an expert in Information Technology (IT) and Agile practices such as Scrum, Kanban and DevOps. His professional beginnings go back to the world of software development with Java and JavaScript and, for the last 15 years after being accredited in teaching methodology by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and in emotional intelligence by the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, he has focused his professional career as a trainer, tutor and coordinator of various projects and training specialties in the field of IT for major public and private organizations. In 2015 he published his first technical programming book "Creating a website with PHP and SQL," as co-author. Ezequiel has been part of the Netmind team since 2018 as Lead Instructor Full Stack Development in companies in the financial and public sectors. He currently develops his work as a consultant in the IT and Agile areas.

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