Tagged: architecture


Distributed Monolith

How can a microservices based architecture, that looked great on paper, turn into a system that is a nightmare to maintain? Let’s have a look how well intended systems turn into a distributed monolith....


Priority Queues – Interceptors

In the previous articles, I demonstrated why there is not really a need for priority queues. That is because the different messages likely need to be handled differently, both from the business- and infrastructure...

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Business Components as mini systems

In my High Availability article I mentioned business components and questions were asked in the comments, what these business components actually are. This post is a follow up to my previous post about the autonomy of...