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Vladik's been lucky to be able to apply DDD not only on a greenfield project but on a greenfield company. During those 7 years, he has tried quite a few approaches to decompose a system into Bounded Contexts: he has built enormous monoliths, decomposed them into Microservices and ended up trapped in distributed monoliths. And of course, he looked for the balance - Bounded Contexts that are neither too big, nor too small.
In this session, Vladik would like to share his story with you. He'll describe decomposition strategies that he's tried and the results that he's achieved. In the second half of the presentation, he'll share what he's learned the hard way - how on earth to find those boundaries that are just right - the decomposition strategy that worked best for his company.
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Bounded Contexts, Microservices, and Everything in Between
Having over 15 years of experience in the software industry, Vladik has worked across multiple business domains, including advertisement, healthcare, telecommunications, and customer acquisition. Currently Vladik serves as the Chief Architect for Internovus, where he is in charge of large-scale projects, and an international developers team. Vladik’s main areas of interest are Domain-Driven Design, Distributed Systems, Cloud Computing, and building effective teams. When he's not geeking out, Vladik reads lots of books, photographs nature, and repairs his r/c aircrafts.