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From Monoliths to Microservices: A Tale of Migrations (Part 1)


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Sponsored by lightstep

Wednesday, March 25, 2020
1pm EST

Monoliths. They often naturally form as a result of product velocity, and are not always "bad" despite the stigma. In this 3-part webinar series, we'll discuss the benefits, drawbacks, and implications of migrating your system from a monolith over to microservices. We will cover understanding when it's time to split a monolith apart and tips on how to do this effectively.

Join LightStep Sr. Solutions Architect, Stephanie Baum to learn about:

  • The pros and cons of microservice vs monolithic architecture and recognizing when to split a monolith apart;
  • The tactical process of splitting a monolith apart into microservices - including walking through examples of technical stack choices;
  • Maintaining a deep system - including fostering ownership of services, facilitating onboarding onto a microservice architecture, and keeping your microservices healthy.
Stephanie Baum
Sr. Solutions Architect - LightStep
Software Engineer

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