Many financial institutions are adopting microservices in developing new applications as well as modernizing existing applications. Central to the design of microservices is the partitioning of a large application into a suite of small services, each with clear business capabilities and a defined boundary, running independently and communicating with each other using lightweight protocols such as RESTful APIs and events. Domain-Driven Design, with a set of concepts and patterns for designing and developing a domain model, has been made popular by the increasing adoption of microservices architecture in the industry.

Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) defines a component business blueprint…

Biao Hao

Lead Architect, Financial Services Market, IBM Global Solution Center in Dallas

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