This SkillsCast is currently only available to registered attendees of Software Architecture Gathering Digital 2021
It will be freely available to all Skills Matter members once the Software Architecture Gathering Digital 2021 early-access window expires on January 14, 2022.
Rapid, reliable, frequent and sustainable software development requires an architecture that is loosely coupled and modular. Teams need to be able complete their work with minimal coordination and communication with other teams. They also need to be able keep the software’s technology stack up to date. However, the microservice architecture isn’t always the only way to satisfy these requirements. Yet, neither is the monolithic architecture.
In this talk, I describe loose coupling and modularity and why they are is essential. You will learn about three architectural patterns: traditional monolith, modular monolith and microservices. I describe the benefits, drawbacks and issues of each pattern and how well it supports rapid, reliable, frequent and sustainable development. You will learn some heuristics for selecting the appropriate pattern for your application.
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Architectural Patterns for Rapid, Reliable, Frequent and Sustainable Development
Chris Richardson is a developer and architect. He is a Java Champion, a JavaOne rock star and the author of POJOs in Action, which describes how to build enterprise Java applications with frameworks such as Spring and Hibernate.