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March 28, 2018By Christian Beedgen

Microservices for Startups Explained

Microservices have undoubtedly become mainstream as the market continues to shift toward building agile and scalable modern architectures. Transitioning from traditional monolithic applications architectures to microservices can not only positively impact the productivity and collaboration between IT departments such as development, security and operations, but also deliver tangible business benefits and ROI across the entire organization. So what’s the secret to successful implementation?

Our very own Christian Beegden, CTO at Sumo Logic and Stefan Zier, chief architect at Sumo Logic, sat down with Jake Lumetta, the CEO of ButterCMS to discuss the history and evolution of microservices adoption within Sumo Logic for the Microservices for Startups ebook.

Interested in reading more about what Christian and Stefan had to say about the strategy behind and implementation of moving from a monolith to microservices architecture across Sumo Logic?

Read the in-depth interview for more.

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Christian Beedgen

Christian Beedgen

As co-founder and CTO of Sumo Logic, Christian Beedgen brings 18 years experience creating industry-leading enterprise software products. Since 2010 he has been focused on building Sumo Logic’s multi-tenant, cloud-native machine data analytics platform which is widely used today by more than 1,600 customers and 50,000 users. Prior to Sumo Logic, Christian was an early engineer, engineering director and chief architect at ArcSight, contributing to ArcSight’s SIEM and log management solutions.

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