Microservice Migration Roadmap


Duration: 50 mins
Mike Amundsen
Author, Speaker, Trainer, Advisor at Amundsen.com

So you’re convinced that adding microservices to your IT organization’s offerings is a good idea. But how do you get there? What does it take to move from monolithic releases to microservice releases and how can you do this in a way that doesn’t disrupt your current business? In this talk, Mike Amundsen — noted author, speaker, and software architect — describes the STAR (Stabilize, Transform, Add, and Repeat) method for safely and effectively migrating your existing IT infrastructure to a microservice platform. All without interrupting your current IT services.

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