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Recently we did some research into the intricacies of communications in a microservice architecture, and we want to share our insights with you!
For those who cannot wait for our findings, we are strong believers that asynchronous communication is the way to go. The use of synchronous communication should be limited to only specific use cases. If you want to know how we reached this conclusion you will have to read through the entire blog. But be aware that getting this aspect right in your architecture is crucial as a microservice architecture heavily relies on communication between its components (microservices).
On September 23rd, our API expert Edwin Hurst (Archers) and Integration Lead Jolien Jans (Fednot), were guest speakers at the 14th lunch session of the API community. Since we’re very proud of our team member and partner, a short recap of the session is written below!
Do you think integrating a SaaS application is easier than integrating a packaged (on-premise) application? Whatever your answer might be, it is probably not a simple yes or no answer and every integration has its own challenges. In this blog, we take a bite out of the challenges of integrating SaaS applications. We’ll be looking at specific integration capabilities that these applications offer and how we can best manage these integrations.