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SkillsCast

So you broke it into tiny pieces. How should you put it back together?

28th March 2017 in London at CodeNode

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In this talk Peter Rodgers will discuss how you can learn important lessons from long standing experience of resource oriented architectures and shows how it is possible to tap the power of dedicated resource engines to deliver loosely coupled composite microservices.

Breaking down the monolith into microservices is a good thing. It lets you decouple the rates of change of our system, assign individual accountability, apply selective and appropriate scaling. But business isn't about atoms. Its about molecules. The value of combining two or more services together on-demand often delivers key business value that is greater than the sum of the parts. If you start writing lots of glue code to put these composites together we start to rebuild the monolith - surely that's not what was supposed to happen...

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So you broke it into tiny pieces. How should you put it back together?

Peter Rodgers

Peter Rodgers is the architect of NetKernel and the father of Resource Oriented Computing.

SkillsCast

In this talk Peter Rodgers will discuss how you can learn important lessons from long standing experience of resource oriented architectures and shows how it is possible to tap the power of dedicated resource engines to deliver loosely coupled composite microservices.

Breaking down the monolith into microservices is a good thing. It lets you decouple the rates of change of our system, assign individual accountability, apply selective and appropriate scaling. But business isn't about atoms. Its about molecules. The value of combining two or more services together on-demand often delivers key business value that is greater than the sum of the parts. If you start writing lots of glue code to put these composites together we start to rebuild the monolith - surely that's not what was supposed to happen...

Grab your tickets now to µCon: The Microservices Conference 2017!

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

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So you broke it into tiny pieces. How should you put it back together?

Peter Rodgers

Peter Rodgers is the architect of NetKernel and the father of Resource Oriented Computing.