During the past several months, InfoQ has talked with some of the most well-known and respected figures in the field of software architecture with the goal of identifying new emerging trends and also discussing the evolution of existing topics that have gained wider adoption. In order to cover a range of important topics, from fundamental principles such as domain-driven design (DDD) and refactoring, to early adopter topics like microservices, service meshes, and site reliability engineering (SRE), we sat down alongside people like Martin Fowler, Tanya Reilly, and Vaughn Vernon in an effort to share their knowledge and empower the wider community to innovate faster and build better software.
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The core idea of refactoring hasn't changed: a sequence of small things allows you to make a big change. Many of those "small things" are still the same, such as Extract Function.Listen now with shownotes
The role of SRE is to define how to do things in a really reliable way. The focus is to make the majority of the operations work go away, and, for the things that can’t go away, it’s as easy as possible.Listen now with shownotes
I was working on a Vlingo like vision seven years ago, and I was speaking at SpringOne, and I gave a talk on DDD along with talks on reactive.Listen now with shownotes (Recorded on SEP 14, 2018)
There is a dream of a transparent distributed systems layer that sits like an operating system above everything.Listen now with shownotes
It's very important when getting started with a service mesh to understand both the data plane and the control plane. Consul is trying to solve the control plane problem. While there is an included proxy, that's only for the getting started experience.Listen now with shownotes