The Great Migration: from Monolith to Service-Oriented

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  1. The Great Migration: from Monolith to Service-Oriented

    Jessica Tai provides an overview of trade-offs and motivation for the SOA migration. She discusses Airbnb’s architectural tenets around service building and dives deep into lessons learned and best practices developed when undertaking the massive SOA challenge.

    https://www.infoq.com/presentations/airbnb-soa-migration#downloadPresentationMp3

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  2. Chaos Architecture

    Read the transcript of the presentation on InfoQ: https://bit.ly/2HBZ9UO

    Adrian Cockcroft takes a look at best practices and challenges in getting to a chaos architecture mindset.

    This presentation was recorded at QCon San Francisco 2017.

    The next QCon is QCon New York, June 27-29, 2018. Check out the tracks and speakers: https://bit.ly/2JFHitG

    For more awesome presentations on innovator and early adopter topics check InfoQ’s selection of talks from conferences worldwide http://bit.ly/2tm9loz

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  3. How to Build Observable Distributed Systems

    Download the slides & audio at InfoQ: https://bit.ly/2E81jKO

    Pierre Vincent covers key techniques to build a clearer picture of distributed applications in production, including details on useful health checks, best practices for instrumentation with metrics, logging and tracing.

    This presentation was recorded at QCon London 2018: https://bit.ly/2hxsoN1

    The next QCon is in San Francisco, Nov 5-7, 2018. Check out the tracks and speakers: https://bit.ly/2uYyHLb. Save $100 by using the discount code “INFOQSF18”

    For more awesome presentations on innovator and early adopter topics check InfoQ’s selection of talks from conferences worldwide https://bit.ly/2tm9loz

    Interested in Software Architecture? Follow the topic on InfoQ: https://bit.ly/2NmIOpa

    #SoftwareArchitecture #DistributedSystems #DistributedTracing #Performance #InfoQ #QCon #QConLondon

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  4. CRDTs and the Quest for Distributed Consistency

    Download the slides & audio at InfoQ: https://bit.ly/2P1IGJe

    Martin Kleppmann explores how to ensure data consistency in distributed systems, especially in systems that don’t have an authoritative leader. He explains how to sync data between a phone and a laptop without sending it via a remote server. He also explores algorithms that allow several people to collaborate on a shared document, communicating via a peer-to-peer network.

    This presentation was recorded at QCon London 2018: https://bit.ly/2hxsoN1

    The next QCon is in San Francisco, Nov 5-7, 2018. Check out the tracks and speakers: https://bit.ly/2uYyHLb. Save $100 by using the discount code “INFOQSF18”

    For more awesome presentations on innovator and early adopter topics check InfoQ’s selection of talks from conferences worldwide https://bit.ly/2tm9loz

    Interested in Software Architecture? Follow the topic on InfoQ: https://bit.ly/2NmIOpa

    #SoftwareArchitecture #DistributedSystems #CRDT #Consistency #InfoQ #QCon #QConLondon

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  5. Engineering Culture Podcast: Github’s Phil Haack on Moving from Engineering to Management

    In this podcast, Wes Reisz, chair of the QCon conferences in San Francisco, London and New York talks to Phil Haack, an Engineering Director at GitHub focused on software pushed mostly to the desktop.

    He’s shipping software like GitHub Desktop, GitHub Extensions for Visual Studio and the Atom text editor.

    Haack joined GitHub in 2011 and is a prominent member of the .Net community.

    https://www.infoq.com/articles/engineering-culture-phil-haak

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  6. Uber’s Chief Systems Architect on their Architecture and Rapid Growth

    In this week’s podcast QCon chair Wesley Reisz talks to Matt Ranney who is the Chief Systems Architect at Uber, where he’s helping build and scale everything he can.

    Why listen to this podcast:

    • The overall theme for C# 7 will be features that make it easier to work with data, including language level support for tuples. The release may also include pattern matching for type switching.
    • C# 7 is the first new release of the language to be completely built in the open.
    • Roslyn, the compiler and API, allows a much more agile evolution of the language.
    • The Omnisharp initiative aims to facilitate easier editing of C# code in other editors, including VS Code.
    • IoT and Artificial Intelligence are emerging as key disruptive trends.

    Notes and links can be found on InfoQ: http://bit.ly/1TH8app

    You can also subscribe to the InfoQ newsletter to receive weekly updates on the hottest topics from professional software development. http://bit.ly/24x3IVq

    Attend Matt Ranney’s session at QCon New York 2016, Jun 13-17: http://bit.ly/1TH75ht

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  7. Episode 213: James Lewis on Microservices : Software Engineering Radio

    Episode 213: James Lewis on Microservices

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    on October 29, 2014

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    Johannes Thönes talks to James Lewis, principal consultant at ThoughtWorks, about microservices. They discuss microservices’ recent popularity, architectural styles, deployment, size, technical decisions, and consumer-driven contracts. They also compare microservices to service-oriented architecture and wrap up the episode by talking about key figures in the microservice community and standing on the shoulders of giants.

    Recording venue: ThoughtWorks North Europe Away Day, Sherwood Forest, Newark, Nottinghamshire, UK

    Related Links

    Adrian Cockcroft (Groupon), Migrating to Microservices, QCon London 2014: http://www.infoq.com/presentations/migration-cloud-native

    Martin Fowler and Jim Webber (ThoughtWorks), Does My Bus Look Big in This?, QCon London 2008: http://www.infoq.com/presentations/soa-without-esb

    Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation by Jez Humble and David Farley

    Release It: Design and Deploy Production-Ready Software by Michael Nygard

    Hysterix (Circuit Breaker in Java): https://github.com/Netflix/Hystrix

    Conways Law–Paper: “How Do Committees Invent?”

    Inverse Conway Maneuver

    Pact: https://github.com/realestate-com-au/pact

    Pacto: http://thoughtworks.github.io/pacto/

    Microservices by James Lewis and Martin Fowler

    James Lewis Blog

    Building Microservices by Sam Newman

    The Netflix Tech Blog

    James Lewis on twitter: @boicy

    jalewis

    thoughtworks

    com

    GOTO Berlin 2014 Conference

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    http://www.se-radio.net/2014/10/episode-213-james-lewis-on-microservices/

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  8. Dan Ingalls on the History of Smalltalk and the Lively Kernel

    Dan Ingalls explains the ideas that went into Smalltalk, how it was developed at Xerox PARC, the ideas that went into Squeak, and his latest project the browser-based Lively Kernel.

    http://www.infoq.com/interviews/ingalls-smalltalk

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