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It's easy to see the appeal of microservices architecture. It makes maintaining code easier. It's easy to understand--in that the code is restricted to just one business function. Plus, it can make IT faster and more flexible.
However, it does pose some potential risks such as complicated implementation, increased overhead, and finding specific developer talent.
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Some CIOs may wonder if microservices can live up to its promises or is it a lofty dream?
What do you think? TechRepublic Premium is doing a survey to find out.
This survey will look at how familiar you are with your organization's microservices? Which application development practices and/or technologies do you currently use? Are you considering integrating microservices into the application development process? Do your application development teams have the necessary skills to use microservices? Tell us!
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You'll be asked six or fewer survey questions, plus a couple of demographic questions. Data from this survey will be used in an upcoming TechRepublic Premium report.
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