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To realize the full power and potential of microservices, architects need to embrace both asynchronous and synchronous interactions, allowing solutions to use the combination that optimizes business value. Adopting a unified microservices platform provides the building blocks needed to create a microservices architecture that excels at synchronous and asynchronous microservices.
This white paper by Senior Architect Jesse Menning introduces the four building blocks of a unified microservices platform (management layer, distribution layer, service layer, and infrastructure layer), explains using open standards for asynchronous and synchronous communication, and the products you should consider before implementation.
As an architect armed with this knowledge, you will be able to help enable developers with the specialized tooling they need to be successful and accelerate, standardize and improve microservices adoption within your organization.