By Paul T. Preiss Abstract: There are many traits that make a great architecture leader, but with 40-50% of architecture teams failing, it may be time we begin learning how to make them succeed. While so much has been written on this subject that is should go without saying, there is much to be said
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Paul: Micro-services. Venky: Micro-services. Okay. Micro-services is the definition and the way they are implemented. They do a very specific function that can be completely contained and packaged. They will never give you something that an end-user can really make use of. Paul: Can you give me an example of that? Is Calculate Premium a
Phil Helm: There are lots of ways to do microservices architecture. The way we're doing this POC right now is we've got a bunch of VMs that sit out. This is Azure, for us, and then inside these VMs, we've got a jar. This could be a business capability, this could be ... This would
Paul Preiss: SOA contrast, just a contrast. Your physical reaction, I think, was a good start. I'm just asking for your basic contrast for the- if we're in a conference and I'm another architect, I don't understand the difference between Microservices and SOA. Venky: The SOA, it gives a more structural layered approach to doing
Iasa CEO and Founder, Paul Preiss, gives a great white board session to help visualize some aspects of Agile.