Welcome back to our weekly issue!
This week we have in our spotlight an implementation of Data Mesh by Intuit. Data Mesh is getting a lot of attention nowadays thanks to the great work done by Thoughtworks on the topic, I'm sure this case study will provide some useful insights to work with this architecture.
This week I was listening to a podcast where the author of Flow Architectures was sharing his view on event-driven architectures and I found quite interesting his prediction that in 5 years many architectures will switch to streaming. In the meanwhile we are waiting to see if James prediction will be true, we can read his book on this topic.
I like sharing articles that bring different perspectives to the table. Microservices are great but they have their pitfalls, after several articles on distributed systems I found one that is going on the other side of the spectrum, moving back from microservices to a monolithic architecture. Architecture is always a trade-off and this post will highlight it once again.
I found fascinating the interview with Linda Nichols about her career and her perspective of serverless.
She loves the community and sharing knowledge and I think is a great characteristic that everyone should embrace. If you are like her, I'm sure you will enjoy this episode.
Finally, O'Reilly released a report based on how their users are accessing the content in their platform, it's obviously a small portion of people but a significant one.
In the report, you will find why everyone is learning observability (128% growth) and how much traction Kubernetes is gaining.
Enjoy the read and see you next week!