Because Pivotal works side-by-side with customers, we think it’s important to share best-practices knowledge and lessons learned from real-world, large customer projects and hope you find these case studies informative.
Brad Miller, Head of Global Digital and Cloud Technology at Citi, says, [Pivotal helped] develop the skills that we needed to start building microservices and thinking about transitioning our existing architecture.
Thousand of applications and services, built by hundreds of developers, supporting tens of millions of transactions—Pivotal solutions help Comcast go from idea to feature in days not weeks, driving competitive differentiation.
Committed to using technology to drive business forward, Allstate engaged with Pivotal to innovate and scale services at a speed and level of effectiveness that would have once been unimaginable.
Microservices Next Steps
Microservices, like all cloud-native technologies, is rapidly evolving. Our team stays current and recommends that you do, too. If you’re looking for more microservices-related information, here are some of the resources we’ve found useful.
When you adopt a microservices architecture, you’ll find the need for new machinery to support it. Register for the new on-demand Pluralsight course, Java Microservices with Spring Cloud: Developing Services by Pivotal's Richard Seroter to hear why microservices matter and how to build them. Understand the supporting capabilities you need and how Spring Cloud provides a straightforward on-ramp.
This session includes:
- Diving deep into creating a git-backed Configuration Server
- Creating short-lived microservices
- Securing distributed services
- Tracing calls between services
If you want hands-on experience building modern microservices, this course is for you.
Implementing Domain-Driven Design
Building Microservices: Designing Fine-Grained Systems