Many DevOps transformations fail because organizations approach them with the wrong attitude.
Choosing the right application architecture depends on both technical and business requirements. For the first part, let’s check out an overview of application architecture.
We may claim that the majority of legacy apps are monolithically implemented when it comes to legacy applications. An application is "monolithic" when all its functionalities are contained within a single code base. In the second part of this series, let’s take a dive into Monolithic architecture.
Each service in an SOA architecture offers a particular business capability, and services can also interact with one another across various platforms. In the third part of this series, let's dive into Sevice-oriented architecture.
Applications could be scaled more quickly and easily attributable to microservices architectures, which can minimize the duration necessary to market new features. In the fourth part of this series, let's dive into Microservices architecture.