Microservices AntiPatterns And Pitfalls Part 2

A session at NFJS Twin Cities Software Symposium

Friday 4th March, 2016

5:00pm to 6:30pm (CST)

Even though teams are gaining more experience in designing and developing microservices, nevertheless there is still a lot to learn about this highly distributed and somewhat complicated architecture style. Unfortunately, lots of microservices anti-patterns and pitfalls emerge during this learning curve. Learning about these anti-patterns and pitfalls early on can help you avoid costly mistakes during your development process. While anti-patterns are things that seem like a good idea at the time and turn out bad (see martinfowler.com/bliki/AntiPattern.html), pitfalls are those practices that are never a good idea at the time - ever. In part 2 of this 2-part session I will cover some of the more common anti-patterns you might encounter while creating microservices, and describe some of the ways of avoiding these anti-patterns.

Part 2 will focus on the following Microservices anti-patterns:

All The World's a Stage AntiPattern
Hop on the Bus AntiPattern
The Timeout AntiPattern
Reach-In Reporting AntiPattern
I Was Taught to Share AntiPattern
Data-Driven Migration AntiPattern
Give it a Rest AntiPattern

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Mark Richards

Hands-on Software Architect, Author of Software Architecture Fundamentals Video Series (O'Reilly) bio from Twitter

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Time 5:00pm6:30pm CST

Date Fri 4th March 2016

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