Microservices architecture: is it the right choice to design long-living systems?

by Mauro Servienti

Microservices English

Microservices all the thing! they say. Nowadays it seems that if architectures are not microservices based they are not worth the name. Is it really true? Do we really need a (micro)services based architecture? We should design our systems with longevity, manutenability, and evolution simplicity in mind. Not hype. Long living systems are our primary goal. We'll analyze most common errors and we'll see how architecture can be a game changer in systems design. Join Mauro in a journey that aims to disclose what it means to build a distributed system based on a (micro)servicesoriented architecture.

Mauro Servienti
Solution Architect, Particular Software

Mauro is a Solution Architect in Particular Software, the makers of NServiceBus, and longtime Microsoft MVP. He spends his time helping developer building better .NET systems leveraging Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles and message based architectures. When he is not busy with distributed systems he loves to go back to one of his first loves: rich client development using XAML based technologies. Mauro usually writes about technology, but not only, on his blog at //milestone.topics.it. He is also passionate about skiing, classical dance and music, in general.