At the current churn rate, about half of S&P 500 companies will be replaced over the next 10 years, according to a study by the strategy consultants Innosight. Disruptors like Amazon, Uber and Netflix have taught customers to expect sophisticated, seamless and above all fast experiences that feel almost like magic. Thanks to them, even well-established companies will struggle to keep up with what their customers want, and how fast they expect it.
Managers can make a huge difference in the fate of their businesses. The ability to incorporate and use technological advancements is becoming the decisive factor in company success.
Microservices are part of a powerful constellation of tools that allow managers to consistently experiment their way into the future, learning as they go—and without trading speed for stability, or quality for reduced risk. Combined with a culture of continual learning, microservices can lead directly to improved business performance—and the creation of magic for customers.
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