The Computer Weekly Developer Network sat down with Mike Duensing, CTO at Skuid to discuss the state of the developer nation in microservices. In the article entitled, "Skuid CTO: there’s nothing fishy about microservices for mobile", Duensing contends that microservices can make data more accessible for developers to continuously iterate and deploy enterprise applications. Read the full article here.
A microservices architecture is very conducive to continuous development and deployment iterations. By breaking down a large suite of features into discrete functions, where each runs as its own service that is not tied to any specific server or dependencies, developers are able to create a loosely coupled system of independent functionalities.