Creating a modern microservices platform within an organically developed infrastructure is no easy task, either in theory or in practice. That such a project can not only succeed, but can also turn the division involved into a kind of role model is demonstrated by a joint project undertaken by 1&1 Mail & Media GmbH and inovex in which a 1&1 infrastructure was deployed on modern Kubernetes clusters in just a few months.Read the '1&1 Case Study'
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References & Case Studies
In optimising the group’s supply chain, inovex has worked with REWE’s IT subsidiary, REWE Digital. This arm of the company is responsible for all the REWE Group’s strategic online activities and aims to become the leading provider of online solutions in all REWE’s associated supermarkets and supply warehouses. These include those distribution warehouses that REWE set up specifically for their home delivery service, as well as the group’s in-store delivery and collection points all over Germany.Read the 'REWE digital Case Study`
The IT subsidiary of dm, the chain of cosmetics and healthcare stores with the biggest sales in Germany, has more than 800 employees focused on digitalising the company’s retail operation. The emphasis is on the development of innovative solutions: for the online shop and customer and employee apps as well as for the IT infrastructure in the dm stores, distribution centres and headquarters. With a number of innovations, a key role is played by the efficient handling and analysis of large amounts of data in order to produce added benefits from the combination of data sources (Big Data).Read the 'dm TECH Case Study'
D. Schreier, G. Brehmer | 20.01.2020
Microservice architecture is one of the buzzwords that has notably influenced software development in recent years. This influence went as far as basically branding the term ‘monolith’ as a bad practice. Monoliths seemingly have to be avoided at all costs and microservices, therefore, appear to be inevitable. That’s why many projects start with this architecture from the very beginning if they have the possibility. Some longer living systems are being rebuilt or restructured to follow this approach as well. But this process is often more difficult by quite a lot. [...]Blog-Artikel lesen
Meliha Müller | 13.01.2020
Die Idee für das Projekt „Foodicious“ wurde während meines Studiums in Kopenhagen geboren. In einem Single-Haushalt lebend hatte ich zwar viel Spaß am Kochen, jedoch einige Herausforderungen beim Einkauf und der Zubereitung: Aufgrund von zu großen Packungsgrößen, dem Wunsch nach Abwechslung oder schlechter Planung blieben Lebensmittel leider zu oft ungewollt übrig und mussten entsorgt werden. Und wenn ich unter dem Kilo Karotten noch rechtzeitig die halbe, nahezu abgelaufene Paprika entdeckte, dann fiel mir das Verwerten dieser und der übrigen Reste im Kühlschrank nicht immer leicht. [...]Blog-Artikel lesen
Robin Otterbein | 07.01.2020
This blog post investigates how deep learning models can be optimized and deployed on edge devices for parking guidance systems. I will present two different approaches I focused on in my bachelor’s thesis.
Edge or Cloud Computing? The domain of deep learning is particularly characterized by complex models with huge amounts of parameters which require high computational resources. [...]Blog-Artikel lesen