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Dear Architect,

Welcome back to our second issue!

This week, I want to share with you an interview to Sam Newman made by Martin Fowler on when to use Microservices (and when not), an article on continuous resilience by Adrian Cockcroft, an online Playbook on Architecture that can help you save time for establishing the architecture practice inside your organization, a podcast episode about the link between organisation's structure and architecture and finally a great article that provides a different angle for creating value inside an organisation.

I hope you will find them useful, enjoy the read!

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Microservices

When To Use Microservices (And When Not To!)

Resilience

Failure Modes and Continuous Resilience

A resilient system continues to operate successfully in the presence of failures. There are many possible failure modes, and each exercises a different aspect of resilience.
Podcast

ARCHITECTURE AS THE ORGANIZING LOGIC FOR COMPONENTS, AND THE MEANS FOR THEIR CONSTRUCTION

How we can enable thousands or even tens of thousands of engineers to work together toward common objectives
Books

Architecture Playbook

This interactive playbook you can create your IT architecture better and faster
Leadership

Why are CEOs failing software engineers?

New value is a function of failure, not success; and, much of software engineering is about discovering new value
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