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Mario Villamizar – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Cost comparison of running web applications in the cloud using monolithic, microservice, and AWS Lambda Architectures
    Service Oriented Computing and Applications, 2017
    Co-Authors: Mario Villamizar, Oscar Garces, Harold Castro, Mauricio Verano, Lorena Salamanca, Rubby Casallas, Angee Zambrano, Lina Ochoa, Carlos Valencia, Mery Lang

    Abstract:

    Large Internet companies like Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn are using the microservice Architecture Pattern to deploy large applications in the cloud as a set of small services that can be independently developed, tested, deployed, scaled, operated, and upgraded. However, aside from gaining agility, independent development, and scalability, how microservices affect the infrastructure costs is a major evaluation topic for companies adopting this Pattern. This paper presents a cost comparison of a web application developed and deployed using the same scalable scenarios with three different approaches: 1) a monolithic Architecture, 2) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud customer, and 3) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud provider. Test results show that microservices can help reduce infrastructure costs in comparison with standard monolithic Architectures. Moreover, the use of services specifically designed to deploy and scale microservices, such as AWS Lambda, reduces infrastructure costs by 70% or more, and unlike microservices operated by cloud customers, these specialized services help to guarantee the same performance and response times as the number of users increases. Lastly, we also describe the challenges we faced while implementing and deploying microservice applications, and include a discussion on how to replicate the results on other cloud providers.

  • Cost comparison of running web applications in the cloud using monolithic, microservice, and AWS Lambda Architectures
    Service Oriented Computing and Applications, 2017
    Co-Authors: Mario Villamizar, Santiago Gil, Oscar Garces, Harold Castro, Mauricio Verano, Lorena Salamanca, Rubby Casallas, Lina Ochoa, Carlos Valencia, Angee Zambrano

    Abstract:

    © 2017, Springer-Verlag London.Large Internet companies like Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn are using the microservice Architecture Pattern to deploy large applications in the cloud as a set of small services that can be independently developed, tested, deployed, scaled, operated, and upgraded. However, aside from gaining agility, independent development, and scalability, how microservices affect the infrastructure costs is a major evaluation topic for companies adopting this Pattern. This paper presents a cost comparison of a web application developed and deployed using the same scalable scenarios with three different approaches: 1) a monolithic Architecture, 2) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud customer, and 3) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud provider. Test results show that microservices can help reduce infrastructure costs in comparison with standard monolithic Architectures. Moreover, the use of services specifically designed to deploy and scale microservices, such as AWS Lambda, reduces infrastructure costs by 70% or more, and unlike microservices operated by cloud customers, these specialized services help to guarantee the same performance and response times as the number of users increases. Lastly, we also describe the challenges we faced while implementing and deploying microservice applications, and include a discussion on how to replicate the results on other cloud providers.

  • Infrastructure Cost Comparison of Running Web Applications in the Cloud Using AWS Lambda and Monolithic and Microservice Architectures
    Proceedings – 2016 16th IEEE ACM International Symposium on Cluster Cloud and Grid Computing CCGrid 2016, 2016
    Co-Authors: Mario Villamizar, Santiago Gil, Oscar Garces, Harold Castro, Mauricio Verano, Lorena Salamanca, Rubby Casallas, Lina Ochoa, Carlos Valencia, Angee Zambrano

    Abstract:

    Large Internet companies like Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn are using\nthe microservice Architecture Pattern to deploy large applications in\nthe cloud as a set of small services that can be developed, tested,\ndeployed, scaled, operated and upgraded independently. However, aside\nfrom gaining agility, independent development, and scalability,\ninfrastructure costs are a major concern for companies adopting this\nPattern. This paper presents a cost comparison of a web application\ndeveloped and deployed using the same scalable scenarios with three\ndifferent approaches: 1) a monolithic Architecture, 2) a microservice\nArchitecture operated by the cloud customer, and 3) a microservice\nArchitecture operated by the cloud provider. Test results show that\nmicroservices can help reduce infrastructure costs in comparison to\nstandard monolithic Architectures. Moreover, the use of services\nspecifically designed to deploy and scale microservices reduces\ninfrastructure costs by 70% or more. Lastly, we also describe the\nchallenges we faced while implementing and deploying microservice\napplications.(1)

Angee Zambrano – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Cost comparison of running web applications in the cloud using monolithic, microservice, and AWS Lambda Architectures
    Service Oriented Computing and Applications, 2017
    Co-Authors: Mario Villamizar, Oscar Garces, Harold Castro, Mauricio Verano, Lorena Salamanca, Rubby Casallas, Angee Zambrano, Lina Ochoa, Carlos Valencia, Mery Lang

    Abstract:

    Large Internet companies like Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn are using the microservice Architecture Pattern to deploy large applications in the cloud as a set of small services that can be independently developed, tested, deployed, scaled, operated, and upgraded. However, aside from gaining agility, independent development, and scalability, how microservices affect the infrastructure costs is a major evaluation topic for companies adopting this Pattern. This paper presents a cost comparison of a web application developed and deployed using the same scalable scenarios with three different approaches: 1) a monolithic Architecture, 2) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud customer, and 3) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud provider. Test results show that microservices can help reduce infrastructure costs in comparison with standard monolithic Architectures. Moreover, the use of services specifically designed to deploy and scale microservices, such as AWS Lambda, reduces infrastructure costs by 70% or more, and unlike microservices operated by cloud customers, these specialized services help to guarantee the same performance and response times as the number of users increases. Lastly, we also describe the challenges we faced while implementing and deploying microservice applications, and include a discussion on how to replicate the results on other cloud providers.

  • Cost comparison of running web applications in the cloud using monolithic, microservice, and AWS Lambda Architectures
    Service Oriented Computing and Applications, 2017
    Co-Authors: Mario Villamizar, Santiago Gil, Oscar Garces, Harold Castro, Mauricio Verano, Lorena Salamanca, Rubby Casallas, Lina Ochoa, Carlos Valencia, Angee Zambrano

    Abstract:

    © 2017, Springer-Verlag London.Large Internet companies like Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn are using the microservice Architecture Pattern to deploy large applications in the cloud as a set of small services that can be independently developed, tested, deployed, scaled, operated, and upgraded. However, aside from gaining agility, independent development, and scalability, how microservices affect the infrastructure costs is a major evaluation topic for companies adopting this Pattern. This paper presents a cost comparison of a web application developed and deployed using the same scalable scenarios with three different approaches: 1) a monolithic Architecture, 2) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud customer, and 3) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud provider. Test results show that microservices can help reduce infrastructure costs in comparison with standard monolithic Architectures. Moreover, the use of services specifically designed to deploy and scale microservices, such as AWS Lambda, reduces infrastructure costs by 70% or more, and unlike microservices operated by cloud customers, these specialized services help to guarantee the same performance and response times as the number of users increases. Lastly, we also describe the challenges we faced while implementing and deploying microservice applications, and include a discussion on how to replicate the results on other cloud providers.

  • Infrastructure Cost Comparison of Running Web Applications in the Cloud Using AWS Lambda and Monolithic and Microservice Architectures
    Proceedings – 2016 16th IEEE ACM International Symposium on Cluster Cloud and Grid Computing CCGrid 2016, 2016
    Co-Authors: Mario Villamizar, Santiago Gil, Oscar Garces, Harold Castro, Mauricio Verano, Lorena Salamanca, Rubby Casallas, Lina Ochoa, Carlos Valencia, Angee Zambrano

    Abstract:

    Large Internet companies like Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn are using\nthe microservice Architecture Pattern to deploy large applications in\nthe cloud as a set of small services that can be developed, tested,\ndeployed, scaled, operated and upgraded independently. However, aside\nfrom gaining agility, independent development, and scalability,\ninfrastructure costs are a major concern for companies adopting this\nPattern. This paper presents a cost comparison of a web application\ndeveloped and deployed using the same scalable scenarios with three\ndifferent approaches: 1) a monolithic Architecture, 2) a microservice\nArchitecture operated by the cloud customer, and 3) a microservice\nArchitecture operated by the cloud provider. Test results show that\nmicroservices can help reduce infrastructure costs in comparison to\nstandard monolithic Architectures. Moreover, the use of services\nspecifically designed to deploy and scale microservices reduces\ninfrastructure costs by 70% or more. Lastly, we also describe the\nchallenges we faced while implementing and deploying microservice\napplications.(1)

Rubby Casallas – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Cost comparison of running web applications in the cloud using monolithic, microservice, and AWS Lambda Architectures
    Service Oriented Computing and Applications, 2017
    Co-Authors: Mario Villamizar, Oscar Garces, Harold Castro, Mauricio Verano, Lorena Salamanca, Rubby Casallas, Angee Zambrano, Lina Ochoa, Carlos Valencia, Mery Lang

    Abstract:

    Large Internet companies like Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn are using the microservice Architecture Pattern to deploy large applications in the cloud as a set of small services that can be independently developed, tested, deployed, scaled, operated, and upgraded. However, aside from gaining agility, independent development, and scalability, how microservices affect the infrastructure costs is a major evaluation topic for companies adopting this Pattern. This paper presents a cost comparison of a web application developed and deployed using the same scalable scenarios with three different approaches: 1) a monolithic Architecture, 2) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud customer, and 3) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud provider. Test results show that microservices can help reduce infrastructure costs in comparison with standard monolithic Architectures. Moreover, the use of services specifically designed to deploy and scale microservices, such as AWS Lambda, reduces infrastructure costs by 70% or more, and unlike microservices operated by cloud customers, these specialized services help to guarantee the same performance and response times as the number of users increases. Lastly, we also describe the challenges we faced while implementing and deploying microservice applications, and include a discussion on how to replicate the results on other cloud providers.

  • Cost comparison of running web applications in the cloud using monolithic, microservice, and AWS Lambda Architectures
    Service Oriented Computing and Applications, 2017
    Co-Authors: Mario Villamizar, Santiago Gil, Oscar Garces, Harold Castro, Mauricio Verano, Lorena Salamanca, Rubby Casallas, Lina Ochoa, Carlos Valencia, Angee Zambrano

    Abstract:

    © 2017, Springer-Verlag London.Large Internet companies like Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn are using the microservice Architecture Pattern to deploy large applications in the cloud as a set of small services that can be independently developed, tested, deployed, scaled, operated, and upgraded. However, aside from gaining agility, independent development, and scalability, how microservices affect the infrastructure costs is a major evaluation topic for companies adopting this Pattern. This paper presents a cost comparison of a web application developed and deployed using the same scalable scenarios with three different approaches: 1) a monolithic Architecture, 2) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud customer, and 3) a microservice Architecture operated by the cloud provider. Test results show that microservices can help reduce infrastructure costs in comparison with standard monolithic Architectures. Moreover, the use of services specifically designed to deploy and scale microservices, such as AWS Lambda, reduces infrastructure costs by 70% or more, and unlike microservices operated by cloud customers, these specialized services help to guarantee the same performance and response times as the number of users increases. Lastly, we also describe the challenges we faced while implementing and deploying microservice applications, and include a discussion on how to replicate the results on other cloud providers.

  • Infrastructure Cost Comparison of Running Web Applications in the Cloud Using AWS Lambda and Monolithic and Microservice Architectures
    Proceedings – 2016 16th IEEE ACM International Symposium on Cluster Cloud and Grid Computing CCGrid 2016, 2016
    Co-Authors: Mario Villamizar, Santiago Gil, Oscar Garces, Harold Castro, Mauricio Verano, Lorena Salamanca, Rubby Casallas, Lina Ochoa, Carlos Valencia, Angee Zambrano

    Abstract:

    Large Internet companies like Amazon, Netflix, and LinkedIn are using\nthe microservice Architecture Pattern to deploy large applications in\nthe cloud as a set of small services that can be developed, tested,\ndeployed, scaled, operated and upgraded independently. However, aside\nfrom gaining agility, independent development, and scalability,\ninfrastructure costs are a major concern for companies adopting this\nPattern. This paper presents a cost comparison of a web application\ndeveloped and deployed using the same scalable scenarios with three\ndifferent approaches: 1) a monolithic Architecture, 2) a microservice\nArchitecture operated by the cloud customer, and 3) a microservice\nArchitecture operated by the cloud provider. Test results show that\nmicroservices can help reduce infrastructure costs in comparison to\nstandard monolithic Architectures. Moreover, the use of services\nspecifically designed to deploy and scale microservices reduces\ninfrastructure costs by 70% or more. Lastly, we also describe the\nchallenges we faced while implementing and deploying microservice\napplications.(1)