Virtual Workshop: Architecture: The Hard Parts

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Software architects have no clean, easy decisions: everything is a terrible tradeoff. Architecture has lots of difficult problems, which this platform-agnostic deep dive workshop highlights by investigating what makes architecture so hard. This workshop focuses primarily on aspects of distributed architectures and on areas surrounding modularity versus granularity, the challenges of event-driven architectures (including difficult error handing issues), distributed architecture patterns and how to decouple services to achieve proper granularity.

 

This intensive deep-dive is divided into two parts - pulling things apart, and then putting them back together. Pulling things apart (Part 1) focuses on how to break up systems and identify levels of modularity. However, once you’ve broken apart your systems, how do you tie them back together? Putting them back together (Part 2) focuses on just this - the techniques of how to do stitch services back together through workflows, orchestration, and transactions, while keeping parts decoupled from one another. In Part 2 you will also learn some of the the patterns and solutions used within distributed architecture to keep everything loosely tied together and running smoothly.

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