White Paper – Microservices vs. Serverless: The call for new architectures

Trends in application development and deployment support organization-wide transformation but which type of architecture is right for you?

White Paper - Microservices vs. Serverless: The call for new architectures

Today’s business environment has become acutely competitive. The pressure to innovate continually and deploy fast changes is intense and critical. The push to become agile is a complex transformation that takes place on many levels, from the human to the digital. But the fundamental disruption that CIOs and other IT leaders are facing today is how they will future-proof their enterprise applications.

Meeting this challenge means drilling down deep into the very foundations of their digital estates. From retail to health care and beyond, CIOs and other leaders are compelled to reexamine how their IT systems support the modern-day apps their companies require to conduct business. These are the applications, the software, and the mobile apps that serve the essential business goals of engaging users, improving the customer experience, and forging a way to the future.

As a result, the development world now finds itself in the early stages of a dramatic shift. In response to the urgent call for continuous innovation and in the face of widespread disruption, software developers and IT leaders alike are increasingly using different software system architectures to build and deploy the apps of the 21st century.

We are in the nascent stages of architecture transformation, where only the most forward-thinking organizations have made steps towards modernization. Companies who are successfully incorporating continuous innovation into their business practices have changed the way their enterprise software is deployed.

This paper aims to examine the new architectures that are on the rise today: Microservices and Serverless and help organizations to keep the path of innovation and make the necessary changes to supports their goals.

White Paper

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