Microservices in a small development organization: An industrial experience report

G. Buchgeher, M. Winterer, R. Weinreich, J. Luger, R. Wingelhofer, M. Aistleitner. Microservices in a small development organization: An industrial experience report. volume 10475, pages 208-215, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-65831-5_15, 9, 2017.

Autoren
  • Georg Buchgeher
  • Mario Winterer
  • Rainer Weinreich
  • Johannes Luger
  • Roland Wingelhofer
  • Mario Aistleitner
BuchSoftware Architecture - Proc. ECSA 2017
TypIn Konferenzband
VerlagSpringer
SerieLecture Notes in Computer Science
Band10475
DOI10.1007/978-3-319-65831-5_15
ISBN978-3-319-65830-8
Monat9
Jahr2017
Seiten208-215
Abstract

 

Microservice architectures promise high flexibility and sustainability in system development. Multiple principles have emerged for the successful adoption of microservices, principles which impact not only the technical but also the organizational levels of a development organization. This paper reports our experiences introducing microservices in a company with a small development organization and a customer-solution-oriented business model. Our experiences show that the company can benefit from using microservices on a technical level but requires adaptations at the organizational level.