O'Reilly: 3 Pillars of Microservices Culture

Create the right culture for a successful microservice architecture

Technology is only part of the puzzle when it comes to assembling a successful microservice architecture. Companies that are good at microservice implementations also spend time architecting their company culture. And while every company approaches the challenge of crafting microservice culture slightly differently, there are three aspects of organizational design that are keys to success: communication, teams and innovation.

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