Practical Operations Podcast

A pragmatic podcast discussing Systems, Operations and Scaling with a focus on real world use cases and solutions to common problems.

Episode 7 - Breaking Up The Lumbering Monolith

January 20, 2016

Where we discuss why to break large monolith applications into smaller pieces, and Breandan goes on for far too long about the ELK stack and Jack can’t stop talking about Graphite Storage. Jarod speaks to the frustrations of being an Operations Engineer supporting an application that can’t be broken up any time soon, and talks about realistic load balancing options.

Comments for the episode are welcome - at the bottom of the show notes for the episode there is a Disqus setup, or you can email us at [email protected]. Apologies for the heavy-handed and sometimes inexplicable editing - we all were recovering from various illnesses and travel. Additionally, we didn’t have followup organized into notes.

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