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This orchestra plays out of tune - microservice reality

This orchestra plays out of tune - microservice reality

By reading this article you'll learn that ... orchestra (like Emperor) is naked, easy problems sometimes get far more sexy solutions than the hard ones (so screw those), SOA is not dead, microservices in the wild tend to be grotesque &…

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The awesomeness of Modular Monolith

The awesomeness of Modular Monolith

TL;DR Deploying 100 times per day is impressive, so is having 5k devs working in parallel on the same codebase, serving hundreds of thousands different API consumers around whole globe or handling fluently interest spike of several millions of…

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You probably shouldn't be turning everything into SPAs

You probably shouldn't be turning everything into SPAs

TL;DR Modern JS app-building frameworks & libs share one quality - they are component-based. Why not use this (high) granularity to bundle components into small, user journey-focused micro-apps instead of building humongous, complex SPAs. Such model, if applied properly,…

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Sensational comeback of stateful services

Sensational comeback of stateful services

There's nothing permanent in software engineering. Consider building services for Internet applications - for the last few years service design principles were quite straightforward: stateless >>> stateful sticky session (& session affinity) are made of suck if you…

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IODA Architecture - naming actual problem with Microservices

IODA Architecture - naming actual problem with Microservices

Few days ago I've run into this article on InfoQ: http://www.infoq.com/news/2015/05/ioda-architecture I found it amusing enough to dive deeper here (link taken from the article): http://geekswithblogs.net/theArchitectsNapkin/archive/2015/04/29/…

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Micro-service ain't a micro-app

Micro-service ain't a micro-app

The concept of Microservices, even if a bit ephemeral, gets a lot of love nowadays. Reasons are quite straightforward, so I'm not going through that once again - what bothers me is some kind of misconception / overinterpretation I've already encountered…

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