When I sent out a call for suggestions for podcast topics, one of the first to respond was Phil Wilkins, an Oracle ACE Associate and a senior consultant at Capgemini specializing in iPaaS. Among the list of topics Phil sent is the title you see above.
The panel for this program, which includes Phil, of course, tackles that question, discusses whether monolithic applications are really an anti-pattern, and also covers polyglot microservices, governance, and other issues. So, yeah, you really should listen. This program is ArchBeat podcast #343. It was recorded at 12:30pm EDT on Tuesday August 1, 2017.
(In alphabetical order)
- There's No Such Thing as a Microservice!
Chris Richardson's keynote from Oracle Code New York, March 2017
- API Management and Microservices: A Match Made in Heaven
Presentation by Luis Weir and Phil Wilkins at Oracle Code London
- Getting Started with Microservices
4-part article series by Boris Scholl
- 3rd-Generation API Management: From Proxies to Micro-Gateways
Article by Luis Weir
- Registries: Use Cases for API Management and Microservices
Article by Phil Wilkins
- Microservices: Getting Real
Podcast panel discussion featuring Chris Richardson, Adam Bien, Reza Rahman, and Karthik Gaekwad.
- Oracle API Management Implementation Case Study
Sample chapter from Oracle API Management 12c Implementation, (2015, Packt Publishing), by Luis Weir, Rolando Carrasco, Arturo Viveros, and Andrew Bell.
- Oracle Code: The Microservices Beat Goes On
More microservice-themed presentations and interviews.
In the next ArchBeat podcast Oracle ACE Leon Smiers of Capgemini, Matt Hornung from Fishbowl Solutions, and Martin Deh, a member of the Oracle Intelligent Bots Cloud Service (IBCS) team, discuss first steps and lessons learned in chatbot development. (Coming in Sept)