Microservices are a practical way to create scalable and maintainable software systems via modularisation and modernisation. The poster with its many diagrams provides a detailed explanation of the aspects of “architectural principles”, “polyglot persistence”, “integration on two levels”, “scalability” and “quality assurance” among others.
How can software systems and architectures be designed to ensure that they are maintainable and scalable? The answer is microservices, which impress primarily thanks to their modularity and flexibility of use. bbv’s DIN A1 poster addresses architectural principles, deployment criteria and success factors, looks specifically at aspects such as polyglot persistence, quality assurance and scalability and shows the latest trends such as “serverless computing”.
Those still weighing up the decision to migrate their software architecture to microservices will find a comprehensive overview in the poster as well as many advantages and disadvantages of this modularisation technology. You can order the poster free of charge here in DIN A1 format.
The PDFs download is currently only available in German language.