Nieuwegein, Netherlands. February 2015. My former employer Ordina is organizing an nightly free event with agile architecture as the main topic. During this event, which will take place February 5, I will do the closing talk, taking about an hour to discuss microservices.
Read more and register at: http://www.ordina.nl/nl-nl/evenementen/20150205—sa-kennissessie-agile-architectuur/
Ttitle an topic for my talk will likely be the following.
Designing and building a micro-services architecture. Stairway to heaven or a highway to hell?
Micro-services and micro-services architecture are the next hype in software development. Websites and blogs are full of introducing posts, the first books are being written and the first conferences organized. There’s big promises of scalability, flexibility and replaceability of individual elements in your landscape. However, when you are knee deep in the mud as a software architect at an insurance, it is very hard to find help on how to design applications and components in a micro-services architecture. During this talk Sander Hoogendoorn, discusses the long and winding road the insurance company where he’s acting as the lead software architect has taken to implement their business processes in a micro-landscape. Sander will show how this company is modeling requirements in a micro-landscape using smart use cases, and will explain the difficulties and the lessons learned, using many real-life examples.
Will likely use (I only have about an hour) a subset of this deck.