Microservices: A Role Player in the Cloud-Native Architecture

Taking a parallel approach to digital transformation

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While network architectures are top of mind in the current transformations of Communications Services Providers (CSPs), operations and monetization software is undergoing its own architectural transformation—to a microservices architecture. Microservices will play an important role in how new services are created and fulfilled.

This paper focuses primarily on Amdocs’ approach to building (or unbuilding, to be more specific) microservices, and where the architecture fits along the transformation continuum. The report will also look at other changes CSPs must adopt for microservices to deliver on their potential, such as Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) and DevOps.

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Microservices: A Role Player in the Cloud-Native ArchitectureSPIE 2017 #35 - October 6/2017IntroductionMicroservices: the Key to Complex TransformationMaturity ModelsAmdocs Microservices: One Step on the Transformation Journey, But Not the First StepTaking its Own JourneyReady for MicroservicesMicroservices in ActionStratecast - The Last WordAbout ODAMAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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