Top Technolgies To Pick For Microservices Architecture

by Smitesh Singh, on Jun 29, 2022 3:52:43 PM

Organizations today are creating highly-functional apps that serve multiple purposes simultaneously. This is making microservices development extremely popular. With the exponentially growing benefits of microservices, enterprises are actively embracing it often getting muddled between technologies and languages that are best for building a microservices-based architecture. With the growing popularity of microservices, many new tools, as well as technologies, have been developed. In this blog, we will take a look at the best available technologies that enterprises must choose to build a successful microservices-based app. 


Let’s explore the most powerful technologies for creating a microservices-based architecture:

Technologies To Pick For Microservices Architecture 

Docker and Kubernetes

Docker has been the most popular tools when it comes to containerization. Containerization is essential for microservices to execute specific development activities regardless of the runtime environment, platform or system. Docker aids in developing, testing, and running software as an independent package inside a container. Kubernetes, on the other hand is popular as a system that automates manual tasks related to deployment and management of containerized applications. Kubernetes also helps in scheduling and scaling of containers and many more activities that require automation.


REST also commonly known as Representational State Transfer, aids microservices development by enabling communication between existing microservices. It is an architectural practice that allows microservices to interact via HTTP. It handles the responses as well as the requests in suitable formats, like JSON, XML, HTML, etc. It is the right tool to build scalable microservices. It also enables the server as well as the client implementations in silos without needing to communicate.


Redis Enterprise allows developers to choose the data model best suited to the performance and data-access requirements of individual microservices. It’s a fast, smooth NoSQL database which supports elastic data formats and quick replies that helps in fixing coding issues through commands that are otherwise hard and complicated to fix. It can handle and thread millions of processes in minimum time possible. 


Consul is a unified solution for microservices self registration, health monitoring, discovery, key-value store, and load balancing. Consul setup is pretty simple and it takes less than 12 hours to set up the cluster for a few dozen nodes.  Moreover, installing the server agents as well as clients is extremely simple for clients as well as servers.


RabbitMQ is a message technology that facilitates communication between microservices. It is a central hub where you place all requests between the microservices and the corresponding service takes the request, processes it, and returns the result to the caller. When compared to other messaging brokers, it provides a multifaceted performance. It also enables fast clustering and is able to scale more than half million message bits in a single second.


If you have decided to take a step ahead with microservices, find a reliable partner that can complete your project. Get in touch with microservices development companies that can help you pick the right technology and language for building microservices architecture. Get in touch today.


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