Microservices Architecture: A Realistic Guide (Part 1)

A typical microservices image of how microservices look like
This is a context map, one of the most important types of models when planning your microservices architecture

Domain-Driven Design

This is an example of an event storming meeting result: a context map with clear intersections between bounded contexts

Distributed Systems / Cloud Computing

These are the three types of cloud deployments
  • Relational Databases
  • Key-Value Stores
  • Columnar Databases
  • Document Oriented Databases
  • Graph Databases
  • Time Series Databases
  • Probabilistic Databases
CAP theorem can be thought as a venn diagram for distributed systems choice tradeoffs

Security

DevOps is dead! Long live DevSecOps!

BizOps

This is TOGAF, the most relevant enterprise architecture framework out there

Now what?

Source

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Douglas Rocha

Douglas Rocha

Amazonian • Hacker • Former CTO at InvestPro • Cloud solutions expert • Enterprise Architect • Loves his wife, family and maths.