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Sam Newman - Author of "Monolith to Microservices"
Martin Fowler - Chief Scientist at ThoughtWorks
Upgrade your microservices knowledge by listening to a spirited conversation between two living legends: Sam Newman and Martin Fowler. The two touch upon the main reasons for using or not using microservices, and, if you decide to do use microservices, what else you should change along the way to fully benefit from the switch, plus much more. The interview is based on Sam Newman's new book "Monolith to Microservices": https://amzn.to/2Nml96E
00:50 Series introduction
01:25 Why a new book about microservices?
03:50 When to use microservices
06:14 Don't use microservices as a default option?
08:35 Top 3 reasons to introduce microservices
11:00 How to avoid a distributed monolith
14:49 Why strive for independent deployment?
20:09 Organizations & teams
22:51 Handling data
31:57 Handling people
Read the full transcription of the interview here:
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