Microservice Application Decomposition Patterns
3 hour online training
How to migrate the application tier of your monolith to microservices
You can’t afford to rebuild entire systems from scratch—nor should you. Many people interested in adopting microservice architectures already have lots of valuable working software that uses different architectures. Rather than throwing all that away and undertaking a "big bang" rewrite, you can save time, headaches, and money by adapting what you already have and incrementally adopting a microservice architecture. You just need to build up a toolbox of appropriate refactoring patterns.
Expert Sam Newman leads a deep dive into patterns related to breaking apart the code tier of existing monolithic systems. You’ll explore patterns like branch by abstraction and the strangler fig in depth, as well as a host of techniques around progressive delivery that will help you phase the deployment of such an application.
What you'll learn-and how you can apply it
By the end of this live online course, you’ll understand:
- How architectural refactoring patterns allow you to roll out a change in architecture in incremental steps
- The importance of progessive delivery techniques (parallel runs, canary releases) in derisking the rollout of architectural change
- Learn how and where to use patterns like UI composition, decorating collaborator, branch by abstraction, and the strangler fig
And you’ll be able to:
- Use a variety of migration patterns in different contexts to make adopting microservices easier
- See architecture less as a static, non-changing entity and more as something you must continuously change to make sure it’s fit for its purpose
- Understand how to get the most out of the system you already have
This training course is for you because…
- You're currently struggling with a large monolithic system.
- You have a big COTS product you want to replace with your own solution.
- You want to incrementally migrate to a microservice architecture.