Last week, I had the pleasure of giving a keynote at O’Reilly’s excellent software architecture conference in London. The talk covers several anti-patterns of microservices adoption that I’ve observed while working with clients around the world.
The anti-patterns are:
Chris Richardson details several anti-patterns of microservices adoption that he’s observed while working with clients around the world. You’ll learn the challenges that enterprises often face and how to overcome them as well as how to avoid the potholes when escaping monolithic hell.
Here is the video.
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