SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022: From monolith to decoupled…wait, why is that one getting bigger?!
SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022 is just around the corner! D-45!
As this event approaches we are proud to announce you the next speaker:
Shawna Spoor, Platform Engineer at Platform.sh, will talk about "From monolith to decoupled…wait, why is that one getting bigger?!":
Monolithic apps are getting broken down left and right into dedicated services and teams, all under the banners of separating concerns, higher efficiency, and more. The strategy that is implemented will be crucial to ensure decoupling is a beacon of efficiency and not a migration nightmare.
In this talk, we’ll discuss how decoupling following the strangler fig approach will seem counter-intuitive, as your monolith continues to grow alongside your new decoupled architecture. But this approach, when done right, makes dismantling a monolith a process that is structured and safe, slow but agile, and without major service interruptions or massive interface changes that shock and discombobulate users. We will look at the experience of Platform.sh’s customer experience engineering team who are midstream on moving from a monolith to a decoupled suite of mircroservices that support every aspect of user interaction with our products.
Are you ready to attend SymfonyCon? Let's have a look on the agenda:
November 15-16: Participate in hands-on workshops. Have a look on the different topics! Seats are limited, don't wait to register!
November 17-18: Take part of the conference organized around 3 tracks with Fabien Potencier, Sebastian Bergmann, Marion Hurteau, Diego Aguiar, Ondřej Mirtes, Titouan Galopin, Pauline Vos, Tomas Votruba, David Buchmann, Alexander M. Turek, Isabel Garrido Cardenas, Stefan Koopmanschap, Mathieu Santostefano, Camille Jouan, Florent Destremau, Fred Plais & Leah Goldfarb, Christopher Hertel, Łukasz Chruściel, Ivo Lukač, Tomasz Kowalczyk, Robin Chalas, Kévin Dunglas, Ryan Weaver, Claudio Zizza, Nathalie Harper, Erik Evrard, and Mary Thomas.
The detailed program is fully available online!
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