Building distributed systems provides great benefits in terms of reliability, scalability, deployment flexibility, decoupling of disparate services and apps, and so on. Actually realizing these benefits can be a challenge. It requires architects and developers pay a lot of attention to app and service boundaries, messaging patterns, and data ownership. This session is an architecture-focused dive into distributed systems design, including the creation of microservices, apps, and the messaging patterns used to communicate between them.
You will learn:
- About the challenges you'll face when trying to realize the benefits of distributed systems
- How to manage service and app boundaries to achieve practical decoupling
- About messaging patterns that are key to successful interaction across the services and apps in a distributed system