[Webinar] Successful Migration to Microservice - Why, When and How?
Optimizing Microservices implementation for resilient operation
Microservices are key for designing scalable, easy-to-maintain applications. Migrating current on-premise software systems to Microservices provides plethora of benefits including, the ability to have differentiated availability and scalability considerations for different parts of the system, the ability to utilize different technologies and avoid technology lock-in, reduced time-to-market, and better comprehensibility of the codebase. The principles of Microservice Architectures are a great fit for dealing with a monolithic system, splitting it up into tiny manageable blocks and utilizing the advantages of Microservices. Although various approaches exist to migrate a legacy system, it always depends on the motivation of leaving the legacy environment and how the cost and time constraints impact the migration move.
The most challenging aspects of moving from monolithic systems to Microservices are the organizational changes required, such as building services teams that own all aspects of their Microservices. This requires creating multi-disciplinary units which include developers, testers and operations staff, among others. Alternatively, more sophisticated teams can simply mandate that all new functionality must develop as a Microservice. The major challenge is to design and develop the integration between the existing system and the new Microservices.
This webinar will help you understand how to implement Microservice-based systems from scratch. We will start by understanding the core concepts and framework, before focusing on the high-level design of large software projects. Additionally, you will introduce the best patterns, practices, and common principles of Microservice design that will help you to understand how to troubleshoot and debug the issues faced during development. We’ll discuss how to move from monolithic application architecture to a Microservices-based architecture with its pros and cons and consider the technical aspects and learn common pitfalls to avoid.
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