Migrating from a monolith to a microservice can be tricky. It’s not enough to just run your application in a container: it needs to be redesigned as lightweight, independent, and scalable services. Otherwise, you might end up with a dreaded distributed monolith.
In this webinar, we explain what a distributed monolith is, why they’re undesirable, and how you can avoid this anti-pattern by using Chaos Engineering.
Migrating from a monolithic application to a microservice isn’t always straightforward. To get the most out of a microservice architecture, applications should be rearchitected with independent services, loose coupling, and scalability. If you deploy your monolith without considering these architectural differences, you’ll end up with a distributed monolith.
Explore what a distributed monolith is and how it negatively impacts microservice deployments
Discover how to determine whether you have a distributed monolith
Learn how to run chaos experiments that can detect whether you’re running a distributed monolith
Gremlin empowers you to proactively root out failure before it causes downtime. See how you can harness chaos to build resilient systems by requesting a demo of Gremlin.Get started