A healthy monolith

At Saint P RubyConf, in Saint Petersburg, Russia

While there is a trend of transition from the monolithic to microservice architecture, Nikolay Sverchkov talks about why monoliths can be great, actually—and how to live with them.

Supporting massive, legacy projects, so-called Monoliths shaped according to the tenets of the “Rails way”, is a usual problem for our community. Many developers blame Rails for the fact that it allows, and even promotes, this way of building projects, and that there are no tools available out of the box to make this growth healthier.

I’ll tell you how Evil Martians live with their own Monolith and demonstrate that the Monolith is not, in fact, a problem—it’s an opportunity.


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