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Measuring Microservices
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| by Richard Rodger Follow 0 Followers on Apr 29, 2015 |

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Richard Rodger discusses measuring the benefits of using microservices from a business perspective in order to evaluate their impact on an organization.

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Richard Rodger is the CTO of, a Node.js consultancy that builds large-scale microservice systems. Richard is the author of Mobile Application Development in the Cloud (Wiley 2012), and was formerly CTO of He is a regular contributor to the Sunday Business Post newspaper in Ireland, and holds degrees in Mathematics and Philosophy, and Computer Science.

Micro Services are a new paradigm for software architecture: small services in separated processes take the place of large applications. This way monolithic architecture can be avoided, and systems are easily scalable and changeable. The microXchg conference looks at a variety of aspects of Micro Services.

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