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Let’s meet at AWS Public Sector Summit

We are looking forward to meeting public sector employees in Washington, DC. and hearing about their specific device detection needs. For information on attending the AWS public Sector Summit June 20-21, 2018, please visit this site.

 

For more information on our WURFL Microservice for AWS products, please visit: https://www.scientiamobile.com/page/wurfl-microservice-aws-device-detection.

 

To meet for a demo or to learn more about our AWS solutions, please get in touch with us.

Enterprises Can Simplify Device Detection Deployment and Scaling with WURFL Microservice for Docker

Accurate Device Detection Now Available for Java, Golang, .NET (C#), PHP, and Node.js Through Docker Containers

RESTON, Va., Feb. 1, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ScientiaMobile launches WURFL Microservice for Docker to support enterprises that deploy device detection services using Docker containers. These enterprises can easily integrate WURFL into their microservice architecture and seamlessly deploy to servers using Docker’s container framework.

“Docker has grown over 40 percent during the last year among firms that require scalable production environments. ScientiaMobile is rapidly growing its customer base among these types of organizations. We see a great opportunity in the industry, and particularly in the advertising and eCommerce sectors,” says Krishna Guda, Chief Executive Officer, ScientiaMobile.

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Introducing WURFL Microservice for Docker

Luca Passani, CTO @ScientiaMobile

 

The golden rule: can you make a change to a service and deploy it by itself without changing anything else?

― Sam Newman, Building Microservices

 

Today, we launched WURFL Microservice for Docker, an extension to the WURFL Microservice product line that we already have for AWS. If you are not familiar with microservices, I recommend that you read this post to make sense of why a WURFL REST API server may be a good idea and why Docker can be a great option for deploying it. In extreme synthesis, adopting a microservice architecture is about splitting up complex systems into software components that speak to one another, with each component only concerned about delivering a coherent set of functions. This is the alternative to old-style “monolithic” applications that depend on a complex “omniscient” database at the center of everything (and, as such, also prone to represent a bottleneck at different levels).

In this context, WURFL Microservice is the evolution of WURFL that turns it into an independent component with a single concern: delivering device information to other components in the system.

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Introducing WURFL Microservice for AWS

Luca Passani, CTO @ScientiaMobile

The golden rule: can you make a change to a service and deploy it by itself without changing anything else?

― Sam Newman, Building Microservices

 

Boy. How can I explain to readers what a microservice architecture is in just a few words? If you already know what Microservices are, and I am sure most of you do, please bear with me for the first part of this post. If you don’t, you’ll want to do a lot more reading than this post. This, this and of course Wikipedia are all good starting points.

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