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Towards a technique for extracting microservices from monolithic enterprise systems

Alessandra LevcovitzRicardo TerraMarco Tulio Valente

The idea behind microservices architecture is to develop a single large, complex, application as a suite of small, cohesive, independent services. On the other way, monolithic systems get larger over the time, deviating from the intended architecture, and becoming tough, risky, and expensive to evolve. This paper describes a technique to identify and define microservices on a monolithic enterprise system. As the major contribution, our evaluation demonstrate that our approach could identify good candidates to become microservices on a 750 KLOC banking system, which reduced the size of the original system and took the benefits of microservices architecture, such as services being developed and deployed independently, and technology independence.

http://www.lbd.dcc.ufmg.br/colecoes/vem/2015/013.pdf

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