The movement towards microservices is driven primarily by the need for agility and scale in modern businesses.
With the widespread adoption of containers, micro-services, and multi-cloud application design model, new challenges have risen in designing and managing these modern applications.
When Prabakar Sundarrajan and I left Juniper after the acquisition of Ankeena, we wanted to continue our entrepreneurial journey. The rapid adoption of cloud, mobility, and IoT technology provided an opportunity to disrupt the infrastructure industry. The idea of providing an ecosystem for entrepreneurs and investors to come together and create new companies was appealing to us, but we didn’t want to simply provide funding, office space, and access; we wanted to actively collaborate with entrepreneurs and co-create The Fabric’s startups.