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Are Microservices really something new and different, or is just SOA as it was intended or are they just distributed objects revived?
What are the qualities of microservices, how can we determine the right size for a service, what are the consequences of our service integration patterns, what's the difference between the logical and physical views of a service and how can avoid avoid the traps of yet another failed SOA?
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Microservices - SOA reminded of what it was supposed to deliver?
Jeppe is a seasoned architecture coach and software developer. He firmly believes that to stay effective as an architect you need to eat your own dog food by coding the architecture.