Airbnb: The Great Migration: From Monolith to Service-oriented

During my last Qcon San Francisco i attended a talk with Jessica Tai, she provided a detailed overview regarding the migration of Monorail, The Ruby on Rails Monolith at Airbnb to Service oriented migration Architecture.   

The Why…

Jessica explained the Why the decision was taken, which made the presentation really interesting. She explained the million-mile journey, migrating from the monolith to microservices.

The Solution… 

She explained about the solution that was found for the why… service-oriented architecture, or SOA, as a possible solution to help alleviate our pain. SOA seemed to be a promising solution to the pains that Airbnb was feeling.

Watch the talk live at InfoQ!

You will love it! 
Gabriel Ajabahian
Software Engineer Freelance
I am a Freelance consultant, I’m passionate about creating dynamic applications. With 10+ years technical experience as well as working on major application systems for top down. I have extensive software engineering experience, recently I focus on Scala/Java and JavaScript. On the other hand, I have experience with C# and .net framework/core. I focus on integrating applications that are built against different frameworks and can run on different platforms. Scalability, efficiency and performance are key topics for any software, that’s why I keep track of the newest technologies, I never underestimate the power of the cloud, that’s why I do believe in using this power with “edge applications” to expand software’s and solutions to a new level. Being a software engineer who understand the business as well as my team, looking at things from different perspectives. Being open and honest and investing in relationship makes a big difference. Specialties: Software development, Scrum/Agile, Process and Problem management. https://www.openprogrammer.info/