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Category: Cloud

Doug Norton-Bilsby

Author: Doug Norton-Bilsby

The New Retail: Examples of Adaptable Commerce Platforms in Action

Dec. 5, 2017

In my previous posts, I’d explored the future evolution of ecommerce, and why DevOps, microservices and identity will be cornerstones of the flexible and agile retail platforms of the future. One factor compelling this movement is how monolithic platforms present increasing issues, particularly as more applications are deployed in the Cloud. The difficulties of scaling…

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Doug Norton-Bilsby

Author: Doug Norton-Bilsby

In The Future, Retail Commerce Platforms Will Be Built With DevOps, Microservices and Identity

Nov. 8, 2017

In my previous post, I discussed the state of retail commerce platforms and why adaptability is the single most important attribute for long-term success in the retail industry. As leading mega-retailers like Amazon, Rakuten and Alibaba have proven, building your own commerce infrastructure offers flexibility and agility unmatched by the traditional platform providers. Once thought…

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Joachim Andres

Author: Joachim Andres

ForgeRock Service Broker 2.0 – Powerful, Centralized Security for Microservices and Applications on Cloud Foundry

Jun. 12, 2017

Today we announced general availability of the ForgeRock Service Broker 2.0 for Cloud Foundry. This update to our Cloud Foundry integration capabilities will make it easier for developers to identity-enable their Cloud Foundry applications. The new service broker takes advantage of Cloud Foundry Route Services. In their documentation, Cloud Foundry describes Route Services as “a kind…

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Javed Shah

Author: Javed Shah

Introducing ForgeRock Identity Microservices

Jun. 12, 2017

Microservices are becoming a favorite architectural choice to build and deploy applications as groups of modular, composable services. This progress is reinforced with the rise of the container technology Docker, which offers a lightweight form of virtualization, making applications easily portable across a variety of infrastructures. This growing popularity is illustrated in recent surveys of…

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Mike Ellis

Author: Mike Ellis

Talking Trends of Today and Thinking of Tomorrow (Part 1)

Jun. 9, 2017

The annual KPCB Internet Trends report by Mary Meeker and team was released last week and as usual, it’s the buzz of the tech world. Filled with interesting insights, I think the report gives a good snapshot of the state of the technology sector today – especially around what’s happening with the Internet, digital advertising,…

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