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Microservices Transition with Cassandra Shum

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Many companies are transitioning from a monolith to microservices architecture. Tools for cloud computing, containerization, and continuous delivery are making this easier. But there are still technological and organizational challenges that a company will encounter while making this transition.

Cassandra Shum is an engineer with ThoughtWorks. She has worked with major financial institutions and other large companies to architect their migrations from monolith to microservices. Also, she regularly puts on workshops to engineers who are seeking to make this migration at the company they work at.

In this episode, she describes some of her experiences and recommendations around transitioning from a monolith to microservices.

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