Skill Level Intermediate
- [Instructor] When creating a new application today, Microservices are the software architecture of choice and much has been said and written about it already. But what about existing applications? Don't they deserve some service architecture too? Does it make sense to split them into Microservices? And how can this work? I made this course to answer these questions and guide you through your Microservice migration journey. We won't talk about container on times or Kubernetes and it does not matter which programming languages you know. After taking this course, you will have a holistic general understanding of the technical and organizational challenges that you need to tackle to be successful. I am Daniel Khan for about 20 years. I've been working as a developer at Architecting Tech. Join me now on my LinkedIn learning course about splitting up one of these into Microservices. Let's get started.