Vancouver Tech Podcast Ep.83: Eventide Project’s Nathan Ladd on Monoliths vs. Microservices

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Special guest Nathan Ladd, co-creator of the Eventide Project joins host Drew Ogryzek for a discussion around monolithic software architecture versus microservices, what that means, and what the informed CEO should know when a team is considering tackling this type of software design shift.

What is a monolith? What does microservices architecture bring to the table? What should we consider when determining what makes sense for the software that drives our business?

“The database layer; how you arrange your bits on disk, is one of the biggest factors in terms of the plyability of a monolithic codebase to become services, if not the biggest,” said Ladd. “I happen to think it is the biggest.”

Samantha Ming from the Events Podcast gives a review of the Unbounce Call to Action Conference that happened last week, and fills us in on the upcoming events of the week.

Follow Nathan Ladd on Twitter at @realntl and Samantha Ming at @EventsPodcast.

Theme music by A Shell In The Pit from the game Parkitect

The Vancouver Tech Podcast is a weekly show focusing on the growing tech industry in the city of Vancouver. Get caught up on the events and meetups around town, startups, new businesses, developers, designers, community programs, and news. Each episode includes an interview with an outstanding member of our community.

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Drew Ogryzek

As a software developer, lead organizer of HackerNest Vancouver, organizer of the Vancouver Tech Meetup, and founder of the Vancouver Tech Podcast, Drew is very active in Vancouver's tech community. Find him on Twitter at @drew_bro

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