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As Microservices have grown in popularity in recent years and quickly became the preferred method for many developers, more and more teams are facing difficulties integrating and extending them with the high cadence promise they initially delivered.
That was the case a few years ago at Fiverr, the world's largest marketplace for digital services. After adopting a Microservices architecture, development was a breeze compared to the mighty monolith... but once the honeymoon period was over thier progress was slowing down as they encountered issues such as:
- Losing transactionality inside a service boundar
- Unclear data ownership
- Intertwined and non business focused services
- Dependency graph for deployments
If you feel you are approaching the end of your Microservices honeymoon period, then this talk is for you!
Erik will explain what DDD's Strategic Patterns are and how adopting them helped them to better align their tech with the business, facilitate team autonomy and ownership and most importantly deliver high quality products faster!
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Erik is an IDF Programming School (Mamram) honour graduate with 10 years of experience in software development, project management and architecture with a proven record of leading product development in startup and growth companies.