The past few years have seen huge hype around distributed systems and microservices.
Pre-emptive implementation of a distributed architecture has led to many engineering teams struggling with vast complexity and sadly for many, the dreaded "Distributed Monolith".
Some teams are in such a pickle that they are even reverting their distributed applications back to a monolith.
I'm all for designing and developing for future growth, but there is a better way than diving straight into distributed architecture.
Behold, the Modular Monolith.
By design, the modular monolith is "distribu-ready" and in this session, we'll cover the design principles and implementations that make the modular monolith one of the best options for future-proofing your application whilst minimising complexity.
Layla is a Developer Advocate at VMware serving the .NET community. She makes videos and livecodes on YouTube. She is a Microsoft MVP, a GitHub Star, Progress Ninja, and the founder of the #WomenOfDotNet Initiative. Layla loves sharing knowledge whilst having fun. No question is stupid and beginners are always welcome.