Modular Monolith Architecture .NET Core

Code: NET-arch-monolith
Category: .NET Architecture
Format: 30% lecture / 70% workshop
Duration: 3 days
Target audience: developers
architects
Enrollment: Groups, companies
Venue: Client's office.

The Modular Monolith training is dedicated to people and teams who are looking for techniques and patterns supporting the logical division of a monolithic solution into independent modules, ensuring a compromise between the advantages of developing a single application and the modularity and autonomy of independent services in the microservices approach. During the training, participants will learn the techniques and challenges related to the division of a monolith into independent parts (so-called vertical slice) and will focus on an example module implementation in a dedicated project. .

It's all about the content.

  • Pragmatic modularisation
  • Microservices-ready arch
  • Healthy modules boundaries

Training Program

The content of our program can be customised during pre-training analysis.

  1. Theory
    1. Division of systems in terms of modularity and dispersion
    2. "Classic" vs. modular monolith
    3. Advantages of implementing a modular monolith
  2. Application architecture
    1. Clean architecture
    2. Basic building blocks from Domain-Driven Design
    3. CQS/CQRS
  3. Implementation
    1. Application overview, structure of files / directories / projects in a walkthrough.
    2. Implementation of the new module as a vertical slice.
  4. Communication between modules
    1. Ways of communication between modules
    2. Local contracts vs. shared contracts
    3. Implementation of a modular communication mechanism
  5. Integration between modules
    1. Synchronous integration (write transactional)
    2. Asynchronous integration between modules. Discussion of advantages and disadvantages (fire and forget vs async / await)
    3. Implementation of the modular integration mechanism
    4. Shared infrastructure and error handling
  6. Distributed business processes
    1. Overview of existing solutions
    2. A practical application of the Saga pattern
  7. Testing
    1. Unit tests
    2. Integration tests
    3. End-to-end tests
    4. Contract tests
    5. Performance tests
  8. Deployment strategies
    1. Overview of mechanisms provided by the framework
    2. Dynamic implementation of modules
  9. Optional 4th day Day - Extraction of a microservice from the module
    1. The challenges of microservices architecture
    2. Refactoring modular communication to HTTP communication
    3. Replacing modular integration with communication using a message broker
    4. Adaptation of the monolith's infrastructure to support two types of communication, i.e. inside and outside the process


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