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About the event
So your microservice system has been up and running for a while. You know you’ve diligently employed every ounce of your experience and knowledge over time to design a sensible application architecture, with hopefully sensible boundaries.
But time is now throwing new questions your way:
Are my boundaries still sensible?
Have any anti-patterns crept in, have I inadvertently created the dreaded distributed monolith?
This talk explores how network science and graph theory techniques can be applied to help gain insight into, and explore questions about your microservices architecture.
About the speaker
Nicki Watt is the Chief Technology Officer for OpenCredo responsible for the overall direction and leadership of technical engagements. A techie at heart, her core expertise lies in problem solving and enabling pragmatic, practical solutions. Over the years at OpenCredo Nicki has worn many hats which have included the development, delivery and leading of large scale platform and application development projects involving Cloud, DevOps and Data. Nicki is also co-author of the book Neo4J in Action.
This is an online event starting at 12.30pm BST. Attendees will be sent a link on or before the day of the event.
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