The Role of the System Analyst in the Transition from Monolith to Microservices

  • Easy
  • 40 min

In this presentation, we will examine the pressing issue of modernizing banking systems with outdated architecture.

We will discuss how to combine two massive projects: software import substitution and transition to Microservice Architecture (MSA). We will also talk about what is more important, where to start the working out, and what to pay attention to, whether to preserve the current architecture or start from scratch.

Furthermore, we will discuss the role of the system analyst in this process and share life hacks on how to combat the stereotype that “The developer knows better what and how to do in an existing system.”

This presentation may be beneficial for system analysts and architects who want to better understand the complexities and prospects of transitioning from an inflexible monolith to more modern and flexible architectural solutions, as well as for software developers.

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