How to Successfully Migrate Applications from Monolith to Microservices

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Successful migration models for monolith to microservices

When too many people are working on a single tightly coupled codebase, as is normal in monolithic applications, bottlenecks are a usual challenge together with reliability and scaling problems. This is why, a Statistics survey says that 85% of respondents of large organization have migrated to a loosely coupled microservices architecture. While this could be interpreted as bigger organizations are the ones gaining benefits from microservices, this is far from the truth. Smaller companies can also benefit from a microservices architecture and in fact many already do so. If you are not sure whether your business is a good candidate for migrating to microservices, then this article provides a checklist.

If your organization is planning to start migrating partially or wholly from monolith to microservices then this article is for you. Here is an insight on what iTech advices our customers when it comes to a successful migration.

Incrementally extract modules out of the monolith – Strangler Pattern

Microservices-based apps uses business logic to divide the components into a single purpose, stand-alone units. To