Martin Wilson, Asset Bank co-founder
It's clear that microservices are set to change the face of software development. That being the case, digital asset management will be no exception. But what are microservices, how can they benefit DAM and, most importantly, how will they shape its future?
What is a microservice?
Benefits of microservicesDAM systems can definitely benefit from the scalability, reliability, maintainability and reusability of microservices.
Before long, the idea of buying a single DAM application will seem quaint
Microservices and the future of DAMBefore long, the idea of buying a single DAM application will probably seem quaint. That's because organisations will become more modular and process-orientated in their DAM strategy.
Martin Wilson, 24th August
This is a shortened version of a longer article written for DAM News. Read the full article 'How Microservices and Cloud Services are Changing DAM'.
Written by Martin Wilson
Martin Wilson is co-founder of Bright, an agile software company behind Asset Bank and Dash, leading Digital Asset Management solutions. He is particularly interested in applying lean principles to software development, through use of agile and lean startup techniques. He refuses to say whether he likes strong coffee or can do the Rubik’s Cube in less than a minute.