Tuesday 5th April, 2016
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Microservices is an architecture style that is quickly gaining popularity in the industry. However, it is hard to apply this architecture style to traditional large-scale monolithic applications. In this session we will look at ways of creating hybrid service-based architectures that can be easily adopted to fit traditional large-scale business applications while still providing many of the benefits a microservices architecture provides. Between Service-oriented architecture (SOA) and microservices there is indeed a middle ground - and that middle ground is called service-based architecture.
Microservices architecture overview
Service-oriented architecture overview
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