When and Who Is Microservice Architecture Appropriate For?
Microservice Architecture has been the hottest topic in software design, for the past couple of years. Thus far the mainstream guidance has been that it is only cost-effective for large enterprises. Many even go so far as to suggest that you should "always start with a monolith". And yet, there are enough stories of Microservices success at startups to question whether this guidance is evidence-based or not.
In this talk Irakli Nadareishvili, CTO and Co-founder of a NYC-based healthcare startup ReferWell, will present a dissenting opinion that Microservices are not for just large organizations. Irakli is currently leading build-out of a successful Microservices ecosystem at ReferWell and has advised some of the largest global brands on their Microservices strategy, before joining ReferWell. He is a co-author of the book Microservice Architecture, recently published by O'Reilly.
Fixing US healthcare one microservice at a time