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Cutting Microservices with Domain-Driven Design

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Tuesday, October 8 2019
16:00 - 16:50
Room E+F

Microservices are built using great technologies, programming languages and tools. That’s good and right. But unfortunately, it is often lost from sight that the decisive factor is not the technology, but the domain. If we don’t cut our microservices according to the domain, then the Big Ball of Mud is simply created at the next higher level. In order to prevent this, I will show you in this lecture which concepts DDD has in store for us, so that our microservices form meaningful self-contained units.


Dr. Carola Lilienthal is managing director at WPS – Workplace Solutions GmbH and has been developing software architectures according to the principles of Domain Driven Design with her teams for more than 10 years. She is author of the book “Sustainable Software Architecture” and in 2017 she translated the book “Domain-Driven Design Distilled” by Vaughn Vernon into German.


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