How Tide is leveraging Containers and Structuring a Microservices Architecture

March 2, 2021
In this episode, we speak with Tide, one of the UK's fastest growing FinTechs, providing mobile-first banking services for small and medium-sized enterprises, about how they decided to structure their microservices architecture and the role containers played in their growth strategy. Tide will share how they leveraged a contrainerised environment to support recent acceleration and the increased need for compute.
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