The topic of microservices continues to get significant buzz as businesses build more and more complex solutions. There are many advantages to microservices, and this paper aggregates them into six buckets to discuss why a microservices architecture can work well for you.
Innovation is not limited to software technologies, the Intel Optane technology which introduces us to a new level of hardware performance. Leveraging in-memory RAM has, in the past, been an expensive proposition, so with Optane, in-memory speeds are more economically accessible. In volatile memory mode, Optane behaves like RAM with comparable speeds (depending on the workloads and data models), but at approximately half the cost. This encourages more businesses to turn to in-memory technologies to accelerate application performance. Not all in-memory technologies can take advantage of Optane off-the-shelf, but you should consider the Hazelcast suite of technologies (Hazelcast IMDG and Hazelcast Jet) which are certified to use Optane (along with other Intel technologies) for much higher-speed processing compared to your disk- or SSD-based systems.
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