Microservices primer with Azure Service Fabric

Not so long ago I've written a post about motivation for transforming traditional monolithic architectures into microservices. I've touched upon key characteristics of microservices and things to look out for when building them. Today I want to do a more hands-on post on turning an existing application into a microservices application. Existing solution I'm going to use my playground solution »

Splitting a monolith into microservices

It's all about change. Business wants to try out things and back off on unsuccessful attempts as soon as possible to minimize loss. Customers expect software to constantly evolve and better solve their problems. And developers want to be able to incrementally make changes to the system and have those changes rolled out to production fast. Monolith Traditionally, we've been »