Last week I gave a keynote at Oracle Code 2017 in New York. The title of the talk was “There is no such thing as a microservice!”. The key points are:
A SD Times article summarized the talk.
Later that day I also did a Reddit AMA.
Here are the slides:
Here is the video starting at 14:20
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