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Chatting With the Cloudcast About Monoliths and Microservices [Podcast]

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Chatting With the Cloudcast About Monoliths and Microservices [Podcast]

2017 looks like it will be a year in which microservices and containers get pushed even further into the limelight.

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While we are now counting down the days until 2017, I was fortunate enough to reconnect with The Cloudcast team (Brian Gracely and Aaron Delp) for a rewarding chat on the topic of monoliths and microservices.

When people think about this evolving technology landscape, an immediate thought process surrounds the question of how to think about monolithic applications in today’s business context. This is why microservices are evolving as a pattern with the idea of dividing and conquering the construction and delivery of highly complex, distributed applications.

The prospect of implementing a modernized microservices architecture is, of course, not without its own challenges, which is why it was so awesome to have this chat with Brian. We discussed what those challenges look like, dove into some lessons learned from good CI practices, talked about different ways companies are “breaking up the monolith,” and highlighted some key emerging patterns to evolve existing applications.

2017 looks to be a year where microservices and containers get pushed even further into the limelight as companies continue to invest in software-driven innovation and technology. I look forward to what the New Year brings and hope you all enjoy this discussion on The Cloudcast as much as I did!

Listen to the full podcast here.

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microservices ,monoliths ,integration

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